Bach's Guitar: Master Chords and Unlock Your Right Hand

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Do you want to know how to play any chord on the guitar? When you understand and master the steps in this book you will have unlocked the ability to play any chord on the guitar using the powerful techniques of Simple Presentation and Mixed Presentation. More
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About Peter Inglis

Peter is the Principal of the Inglis Academy in Sydney, Australia, where people come to develop their literacy in art and music.

For over four decades Peter Inglis has performed music professionally in Rock, Jazz and Classical music. He performs with orchestras and with string quartets and jazz bands as well as doing solo guitar concerts. Audiences enjoy his work in venues ranging from the Sydney Opera House and the Art Gallery of N.S.W. to open air concerts in the Australian outback.

His Art workshops use accelerated learning techniques to enable beginners to paint masterworks by Van Gogh and Monet in their first lesson!

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About the Series: Inglis Academy: Keys to Guitar
Books which explore the fundamentals of guitar performance. Use these books to sharpen your basic skills and solve technique problems.

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Reviews of Bach's Guitar: Master Chords and Unlock Your Right Hand by Peter Inglis

Frank David reviewed on April 17, 2015


I have now personally hard tested this guide book with my guitar students here in Scandinavia.
We have discussed how this guide is so very practical - and we all like like the intelligent
approach of the Australian author, Peter Inglis, all the way to the smallest details - and in
Bach's music small details are the place where God is.

This book has many of these shimmering details

The musical scores are clear, we can see them rather far away on out iPads, also for older eyes.
Personally I like the good quality of the interesting text, the very wise step by step explorations.
Most we liked, however, the accuracy of the musical analyses - they are all very exact and
correct - also the most comlicated modern jazz chords we to our positive surprise
find in JS Bach's music.

This is perhaps the most well crafted and most rewarding guitar guide I have worked with for years.
I warmly recommend it for all levels of guitar players.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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