Guitar & Voice

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Catalogue Number
Title and description
491-00443 (DTMO-1)


James Flint, Jr., A Selection of Popular Sacred Songs Arranged with accompaniment for the Spanish Guitar. Reprint edition with an Introduction by Peter Danner. 11 pp.


G.J. Webb: How Cheering the Thought (string (6) in F!); G. Kingsley: I Would Not Live Alway; Vesper Hymn (original words by Thomas Moore); G.J. Webb: Weep Not for Me; O. Shaw: Mary's Tears Come Ye Disconsolate; Go Let Me Weep; Jephta's Daughter; Mozart: The Saffron Tints of Morn Appear (From La Clemenza di Tito); Haydn: Westborough ((Being none other that the famous Kaiser theme, with English words....)

Press Reviews.

491-00444 (DTMO-2)


Richard Pick (b. 1915) 12 Christmas Carols With traditional lyrics (In a separate booklet). Chord symbols for an additional rhythm guitar are provided. May be also used as a guitar solo, guitar duo and guitar with another melody instrument. Includes: “Auld Lang Syne,” “Good King Wenceslas,” “God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen,” “Hark! the Herald Angels Sing,” “Deck the Halls,” “It Came Upon a Midnight Clear,” “Joy to the World,” “Little Town of Bethlehem,” “O Come All Ye Faithful,” “The First Nowell,” and “We Three Kings of Orient Are.” Press Reviews. $9.95
491-00445 (DTMO-4)


Richard Pick 14 Songs of Love. Arranged with practical contemporary guitar accompaniments by Richard Pick. For guitar and voice or guitar with melodic instrument. Includes: Anon.: I Will Give My Love An Apple; Go ’way From My Window; Martini: Plaisir d’Amour; Purcell: What Shall I Do? from Dioclesian; Music for a While from When I Have often Heard from The Fairy Queen; Dido’s Lament from Dido and Æneas; I Attempt From Love’s Sickness to Fly from Indian Queen; Dowland: Awake, Sweet Love; If My Complaints Could Passions Move, Come Again, His Golden Locks, Think’st Thou Then By Thy Feigning?; Campion: When laura Smiles. The selection of these specific songs was occasioned by singers who brought them for performance, desiring guitar accompaniments. The main thrust of these arrangements is to provide practical accompaniments to be used on the modern classic guitar. Performed with other instruments (such as flute or violin) as purely instrumental works, these pieces are thus uncommonly useful. 36 pp. Press Reviews. $12.95
491-00446 (DTMO-3)


Charles Dvorák, (b. 1953) The Bones Of The Greeks for soprano and guitar. Composed 1984. Modern Greek poetry by Yorgis Manousakis and Dimitris Papaditsas, set to music, with extensive guitar solo interludes. 16 pp. $7.95
491-00465 (DTMO-5)

Cover of 12 Canzonette Italiane.


Vicente Martín y Soler 12 Canzonette Italiane With guitar accompaniments by John McCormick.

24 pp.




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