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All receive the special touches of John's unique playing, and are explained in detail with the help of split-screen video techniques that allow the student to clearly see and study what each hand is doing. John Renbourn is a giant of English folk gutiar. This lessons covers some of his best known pieces. Teriffic arrangements, taught by the man himself. Some knowledge of basic fingerpicking methods and the fretboard will help you assimilate what JR has to say.
John RIP was an affable chap, he walks you through the phrases clearly enough but he moves quickly and did not, for me, really explain what he's doing in a musical sense. But if you have the chops and like the music, then this is for you. View Cart Register Login My account. Add to Wish List. Description In this lesson, John Renbourn presents a wide variety of fingerstyle arrangements from traditional ballads to country blues, from a Booker T.
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John Renbourn – Folk, Blues And Beyond
I was born in Marylebone, London in , right at the end of the War. My Mother played light-classical pieces on the piano, which also served as the family bomb-shelter during the air raids. I recall her playing with great fondness and still play an arrangement of Schumann's "Im Wunderschonen Monat Mai" on the guitar. Later on, at school, I took music lessons with a patient man named John Webber who introduced me to Early Music which had yet to become part of the curriculum. At the same time I sat my grade exams on classical guitar at the Guildhall, presided over by Adele Kramer. An interest in Early Music has remained with me, not least in my approach to arrangement.
Folk, Blues and Beyond