Transcribed and Arranged by Manley Mallard
This collection contains fourteen suites and six separate stand-alone movements not included in any suites. The transcriber and editors of this collection have endeavored to make this substantial music available to guitarists for study and performance and to expand the collection of Baroque music for guitar. (154 p.)
Halloween Trilogy by Keith Calmes ($8.00)
Includes: “Transylvania and Beyond”, “Pit and the Pendulum” and “Parade of Skeletons”.
To “Transylvania and Beyond” sounds happy and innocent, but also hints at a darkness and East European exoticism. The “Pit and the Pendulum” was written after watching the 1961 movie of the same name, which was based on Poe’s book. “Parade of Skeletons” was inspired by reading a children’s book about the Day of the Dead. It depicts a band of skeletons approaching and then retreating from the listener.
Parade of Skeletons by Keith Calmes ($3.00)
Three Songs Without Words by Ruben Delgado ($12.00)
These three melodic songs for solo guitar are written in a popular, tonal style. They are appropriate for concerts/recitals, encores or casual gigs.
Four Introspections were composed to be short exercises for the mind and ear. They are intended as an introduction to early twentieth century compositional techniques for those unfamiliar with them. Yet, they are quite easy on the listener. They offer new eye pictures, finger formations, and sounds. without the substantial technical difficulties often encountered in modern music. These pieces may be played singly or as a group in any order desired by the performer.
Three Character Pieces by Glenn Caluda ($8.00) The three pieces in this collection portray the varying and interesting personalities of three individuals.