Brushing Up Your Guitar Playing

Guitar Tracks

If you enjoy classical guitar music and want to brush up on your playing this summer, check out this page:

Student Resources and Music for Classical Guitar

These are some of the exercises and pieces I give to my guitar students at FSW. The pieces are arranged from easiermore challenging, to even more challenging.

New this summer: STUTTGART: A Study in Counterpoint

This study uses the hymn tune STUTTGART and includes playing music in two-parts (bass and melody together), playing tremelo (with melody on top), and playing two-parts with added harmony.

You can download this study or all of the resources for free.

Explore the site for more Music for Classical Guitar.

A Word about Practice

barbell and guitar

This post is for friends who are musicians, especially those who play guitar.

One of my life’s joys is teaching music theory and classical guitar at Florida Southwestern State College. I have recently expanded my website to include more resources that I have shared with my students. These include:

A Word About Practice

How often should you practice? What is the best way to structure your practice time? Here are some encouragements on how to get the most out of your practice.

Student Exercises, Scales and Arpeggios

These exercises for Classical Guitar are designed to help you acclimate your hands to the guitar, learn the fretboard, and develop good technique and tone. I will be adding more to this page in the days ahead.

For additional music, visit:

Student Resources and Music for Classical Guitar 

Hymns for Classical Guitar

Music of Bach for Classical Guitar

Wedding Music for Classical Guitar

Christmas Music for Classical Guitar