Pieces for Classical Guitar and The Rosewood Book (duets for flute & guitar) acquaint the student with the mainstream of classical music from the 18th to the 20th centuries—Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin, Debussy, Ravel, Stravinsky and others. Both are comprised entirely of transcriptions from keyboard works and both contain brief essays that introduce the cultural, artistic and musical spirit of the baroque, classical, romantic and modern periods.
The master composers of the last 3 centuries, from Bach to Stravinsky, wrote no music for the guitar. But they did write easy pieces for the harpsichord and piano that adapt well to the guitar.
Shown here are 4 excerpts from the forthcoming Meet the Masters, a collection of 20 pieces by Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Granados, Satie, Stravinsky et al transcribed for the guitar by Peter Greenwood. This music introduces guitarists, beginning to advanced, to the masters of the baroque, classical, romantic and modern eras.
Guitar Journey/Finding Your Own Way, a book on being with the guitar will soon be available as a PDF.
Several volumes of classic Argentine tangos, waltzes & milongas—El Choclo, Desde el Alma, Milonga de Mis Amores, La Cumparsita, Gallo Ciego, El Apache Argentino, Adios Muchachos, etc.—for solo guitar. (Available soon as a PDF)
Background music from Peter Greenwood's album Sola