Minuet in G - Christian Petzold — NBN Guitar
Minuet In G is a beautiful yet simple baroque period piece written by Christian Petzold around 300 years ago. For many years it was thought to have been composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. This is a great piece for an advanced beginner to show off their skills. My arrangement has complete fingering suggestions for both hands and video tutorial(s) to guide you through the piece from beginning to end.
Examining World-Music Scales Used in Metal Soloing, Part 1
This month I’d like to introduce to you a few scales that originate from different parts of the world, specifically from the eastern hemisphere, and have been incorporated into the sound of heavy metal.
Big Bill Broonzy’s Spirited Blues
Big Bill Broonzy, born Lee Bradley in 1893, switched from violin to acoustic guitar and moved from his native Jefferson County, Arkansas, to Chicago by the early Twenties, where he began carving a unique musical niche that melded folk, country blues, ragtime, spirituals and “hokum” (a style of “comedic” blues spawned in the late Twenties).
Video Lesson: Learn JS Bach’s ‘Bourrée in E Minor’ for Guitar
by Teja Gerken For many classical-guitar students, tackling the “Bourrée in E minor” by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750) is a rite of passage from playing mere exercises to playing mus…