Play-along files of Dad’s Army Theme for NBHS WW2 Cabaret are now on the Guitar Group Midis Page
Play-along midi files are now available for all Showcase 2017 tunes on the Guitar Group Midis page – also for Spring Concerts
Showcase tickets should be on sale at Brunton Box Office very soon – book early to avoid disappointment: 0131 665 2240
…have now been added to the Guitar Group Midis page.
Looking for something illustratively ‘flamenco’ I chanced upon this live gig by Vicente Amigo and friends in Córdoba – astonishing playing:
The complete range of play-along midi files for our Showcase Concert can be found here. We will be playing them in the same order.
Play-along midi files of Gymnopédie No. 1 have been posted on the Guitar Group Midis Page.
A play-along midi file of Oblivion (for East Lothian Guitar Ensemble) has been added to the Guitar Group Midis Page
Play-along midi files for Natalia from Natal have been added to the Guitar Group Midis Page (scroll down till you see East Lothian Showcase).
These words from psychologist William James (brother of The Turn of the Screw author, Henry James) got me thinking about the importance of embodying good habits and avoiding bad ones when learning instruments:
”Could the young but realize how soon they will become mere walking bundles of habits, they would give more heed to their conduct while in the plastic state.”
This quote came from an article on one of my favourite websites, Brainpickings. You can read the full article here: http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/09/25/william-james-on-habit/
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Here’s a link to all their grammatical matters
and, like, finally – here’s one for our times….