This French Lullaby appears in Christopher Parkening’s Guitar Method Vol. 2 on page 25. It’s a piece written by David Brandon and recorded for his “Legacy” album. Probably not my best recording, but it’s one of those times that I’m ready to move on with my life. Hope you enjoy it…
I thought it would be a good time for a little Interlude….so here it is. You can find it in Christopher Parkening’s Guitar Method Vol. 2 on page 24.
Canción is a nice little piece from the Christopher Parkening Vol 2 book, page 22. It kinda sounds like “Dream On” by Aerosmith at the beginning, but I’m sure it was written a years before that song became popular. Anyhow, hope you enjoy it.
The last song in my project of going back and playing the simpler songs. The point of the project was to “learn how to learn” and play the songs all the way through with minimal mistakes. Please forgive one mistake here as I was ready to be finished with the project.
Second to last song in my project, Bourrée in A Major by Bach can be found on page 89 of Christopher Parkening’s Guitar Method, Vol. 1. I actually love some of Bach’s simpler pieces and this is one of them. It was very easy to learn. Now, on to the last song and then to a new project.
Another study from the Christopher Parkening Guitar Method, Vol. 1. “Italian Dance” by Hans Neusiedler (1508-1563) can be found on page 88. I’m glad to be done with this one. The middle section was giving me fits, mostly because I tried to take on a couple of extra projects.
March of the Ants was a tune that I had in my head for 15 years or so and didn’t really know what to do with it until I took up classical guitar. Then it took another year or so to complete it and write it down. Now, a few years later, I finally recorded it. It is based on Proverbs 6:6-8, “Go to the ant, O sluggard, Observe her ways and be wise, Which, having no chief, Officer or ruler, Prepares her food in the summer, And gathers her provision in the harvest.”