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The final volume in Frederick Noad’s Guitar Anthology series brings us up to the Romantic period, with works by Jose Ferrer, Napoleon Coste, Francisco Tarrega . The Romantic Guitar by Frederick M. Noad, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Like the other books in the series, the romantic guitar anthology is an . My first guitar books were Frederick Noad’s “Solo Guitar Playing” (book.

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He was a prof at Cal State Fullerton, and always added a little something in the way of background and performance notes. Ben Jarrett rated it really liked it May 15, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Madeleine marked it as to-read Jan 19, Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website. The Romantic Guitar by Frederick Noad.

The Romantic Guitar Contents

To ask other readers questions about The Romantic Guitarplease sign up. In business for over 30 years. Fauxfox rated it really liked it Apr 07, Published January 1st by Amsco Music first published December 31st Though all the pieces in the anthology are in the PD somewhere, some are hard to find, like a couple of Broca pieces, some are actually to my knowledge to be found elsewhere except in vrederick Noad Romantic Anthology.

What I remember, before looking at it, was all the same ol’ Tarrega, Coste, Mertz, and Arcas pieces I have seen a million times on every guitar website out there.


The pieces are graded in difficulty, including pieces for beginners as well as others suitable for the concert stage. Forgot your login information? There is also a great duet of La Maja de Goya by Granados arr.

Plus as a bonus there is an option to buy the book with a CD, or cassette! Taken from original sources, and carefully fingered for guitat modern player, the transcriptions are as faithful as possible to the original while at the same time offering a practical performing score.

I’d like to complete the anthology, but I’m wondering if it has anything that I can’t just find for free on the interweb. Deb rated it it was amazing Apr 08, Return to Book Page. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Over 50 pieces for all levels include Fantasia, Greensleeves, La Rossignol and many more.

Chester rated it liked it Nov 25, Paperbackpages. Diana marked it as to-read Jan 22, If one has money and is planning to become more educated, I know I would and eventually will purchase the book for myself, because you never know what you may or may not learn from one that spent years studying the classical guitar and repertoire, as well as some of the standards that are out there after all, they are probably standards for a reason.

Refresh and try again. You can only learn so much from simply playing music; when you learn the purpose, structure, and elements found within almost any given piece, it makes it much more enjoyable to play and effective to the listener, especially if you share those bits of history with them.


Don’t show me this again. I’m mostly insterested in the Tarrega stuff in it, although there are always other “hard to find” gems that appear in Noad’s books.

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Coffeemachtspass added it Dec 30, Noad, though that may be streatching it a bit to label Granados as “romantic. Michael marked it as to-read Feb 28, Superspink added it Jan 05, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Noad’s program notes are within the pages as usual, but the pieces, IMHO, are not virtuosic concert works from the 19th century. nkad

The introductory text and study notes accompanying each piece give a wealth of biographical, technical, and stylistic information. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. In the song list I see that it’s got Albeniz’ “Sevilla”, which could make it worth it all by itself.

I regularly sight read pieces in the first three but really haven’t found this one to be as interesting or enjoyable.