This second volume of graded repertoire for guitar continues the goal of providing students a stylistically comprehensive collection of attractive and inspiring music which also meets the pedagogic needs of teachers. While some of this music is very well known, much of it is not to be found in similar repertoire collections. Includes Foreword and Didactic Index: Easy music by Aguado, Ali, Bach, Calvi, Carcassi, Carolan, Carulli, Cutting, Dowland, Fuhrman, Garcia, Giuliani, Houghton, Hudson, Koshkin, Kuffner, Mertz, Murcia, Nava, Rak, Ribayez, Seth, Shand, Sor, Tesar, Visee,Yates, York and Zenamon.
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Stanley Yates enjoys an accomplished career as a virtuoso performer and recording artist, arranger, scholar, and teacher.
A past prize-winning performer in such prestigious competitions as the Myra Hess (London) and the Guitar Foundation of America, Stanley is regularly invited to present concerts, masterclasses, and lectures at leading music schools and festivals in both the United States and Europe. He has been dedicatee and/or first performer of music by such leading guitar composers as Stepan Rak, John Duarte and Angelo Gilardino, and has given first modern performances of such rediscovered works as the Premier Concerto by Ernest Shand and the Valsa Concerto by Heitor Villa Lobos. His recordings for Reference Recordings, Heartdance Music and Aeolian Recordings include chamber music, his arrangements of the Bach Cello Suites, and premiere recordings of music by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, John Rutter, and other contemporary composers.
His performance articles dealing with the music of such composers as J. S. Bach and Heitor Villa-Lobos have been published internationally, in six languages, in such journals as Il Fronimo, Gitarre & Laute, Gendai Guitar, 8 Sonoro, Soundboard and Classical Guitar.
Stanley currently directs the guitar program at Austin Peay State University, home of Tennessee's Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts.
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