Articles about Repertoire
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.
The Guitar and the Musical Canon by STEPHEN GOSS
IN A PHRASE, the musical canon is the body of ‘great’ works from the past, which form what is often termed ‘the standard repertoire’.
Nineteenth-Century Guitar Music: the type of edition we should play from by Robert Spencer
Thoughts not only on the problems of editions but also the issues involved in style-conscious interpretations. The article is followed by the obituary which Stephen Kenyon wrote in 1997