This is a teaching video I did on my easy arrangement of Egyptian Dance by Camille Saint-Saëns. You can see the full video at my guitar school.
This is a short etude by Dionisio Aguado. Perfect for the guitarist who has been playing for a short time. You can watch the full video at my guitar school on my website.
This is a teaching video of my arrangement of The Ants Go Marching One by One. The melody comes from an old Civil War song called, When Johnny Comes Marching Home. You can see the full video at my guitar school on my website.
I made an easy arrangement of the classic Richard Wagner piece, The Ride of the Valkyries. You can see the full video at my guitar school on my website.
Tango Under the Moonlight is a piece I composed 5 or 6 years ago. Score/tab is free at my website.
Twilight Turns to Night is an etude I composed for my guitar school. It utilizes the same arpeggio pattern (with variations) throughout the piece. You can learn this piece here.
Sometimes it is fun just to play and not think about right/wrong notes.
In this video I talk about three practice techniques that will help guitarists (or any musicians) to overcome obstacles.
I’ve always loved this melody. If you haven’t heard Vaughn William’s Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis I would totally check it out.
You can see the rest of this video at my guitar school on my website.
This is one if two arrangements I have made of the famous Ode to Joy melody found in the 9th Symphony by Beethoven. This is the harder of the two to play but, to me, it is more fun. You can see the full video at my guitar school on my website.