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Single-Note-C. Rose for Guitar for Advanced Students

Single-Note-C. Rose for Guitar for Advanced Students


This text contains 21 clarinet studies by C. Rose transcribed for guitar for students who are in year three or beyond.


Single-string studies is an important part of guitar education.  Students frequently learn note reading and note placement through playing single-string studies.


This volume is the third in a series of single-string studies intended to assist in improving sight reading and finger placement.  After your students have completed the 24 First Position Studies and the 36 Wohlfahrt Studies, they will be ready for  these 21 Clarinet Studies by C. Rose.


These studies cover up to five sharps and three flats, and utilize the full range of the guitar with arpeggio studies and string crossings.  These studies may be played with a pick or finger-style.


These studies been tested repeatedly with advanced high school students.  The guitar class as a whole will become better at ensemble playing as students extend their playing range and improve sight reading.


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