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***This issue will receive bonus distribution at the Winter NAMM Show!*** On the Cover Johnny Gandelsman Special Focus: Delving into the Panormo Dynasty Examining the Legacy of the Panormo Family Features and Departments Johnny Gandelsman’s Approach to Bach Augustin Hadelich Tackles Paganini Seattle Symphony Gets a New Music Director Keys to Overcoming Stage Fright Meet […]
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On the Cover: Shawn Colvin **Special Advertising Section: Holiday Gift Guide** Special Focus: Accompaniment Techniques and Next Gen Artists Writing and Playing the Talking Blues Serve the Song: Five rhythm masters share tips on how to create compelling guitar parts Accompaniment Toolbox: How to take one or two basic chord progressions and apply them to […]
On the Cover Newman & Oltman Duo Special Focus: Duos, Trios, and Quartets Aquarelle Quartet Writing for Duos, Trios and Quartets Features and Departments Chet Atkins and Classical Guitar Sharon Isbin Album View From the Front Row: Lukasz Kuropaczewksi Reverberations: New Barrios Transcriptions Fretwork: Manuel Rodriguez Guitars Stage & Studio: Notation Software Reviews: Kenny Hill Key Dates Advertising […]
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