Performance of material from Country Guitar Styles, including single-note solos, pedal steel style, folk fingerpicking, and western swing.
Study and performance of guitar riffs, leads, and grooves as recorded by Harrison, Lennon, and McCartney.
A continuation of ILGT-221 using standards that present greater challenges. Tunes are prepared (melody, chords, bass line, and improvisation) for critiqued performance on a weekly basis.
A lab for guitar principals continuing the development of harmonic and voice-leading concepts introduced in ILGT-223.
A systematic technique developing a complete rhythm section style of accompaniment playing, ideal for duo and trio situations.
Development of ensemble group-playing skills, focusing on the roles of the guitarist.
Performing groups for guitar principals.
This ensemble will aid the student in performing in a jazz trio setting of guitar, acoustic bass, and drum set.
An ensemble for aspiring classical guitarists of all levels, based on the traditional repertoire class, where standard and lesser-known works of guitar literature are performed, coached, and discus
An intermediate level ensemble focusing on the rehearsal, recording, and performance of literature written or transcribed for classical guitar.
In-depth approach to guitar performance, with each section of the course dedicated to signature repertoire and vocabulary of specific artists.
Sight-reading and performing more advanced literature written or transcribed for classical guitar.