Articles about the work of EGTA
Grade Examinations Working Party Report by EGTA UK
Detailed suggestions for the technical requirements on each grade, with special emphasis on the apparently small increments of difficulty that are crucial at the elementary stages.
The EGTA Series: realising new aims in educational guitar music by Richard Wright
The EGTA Series comprises solo and teacher–pupil duo books for the first few years of study. This article is a talk on the series given by Richard Wright at the First International Congress of EGTA in Berlin, 1996.
Directions by Chris Kilvington
I HAVE NEVER had much time for institutions whose sole functions seem to be self-perpetuation; you know the kind of thing, meetings arranged to discuss the last meeting and to arrange a date for the next. Perhaps such groups symbolize the price we pay for living in a (relatively) civilized country, bound up with democracy, diplomacy and the like.
In the Beginning by RICHARD WRIGHT
OF ALL the interesting sessions and seminars that took place at the first EGTA UK conference at Girton College in 1990, the most memorable was the one in which Jean Harvey, the Chief Examiner of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, and Keith Stent, her opposite number at Trinity College of Music, talked about the grade examinations for guitar