The Classical Guitar: Its Evolution, Players and Personalities since. Presentation copy inscribed, dated & signed by the author on the. Half-title page thus: To William Lyne, With sincere appreciation and.Summerfield February 2003; October 2002 Revised &. Expanded Fifth Edition published by Ashley Mark Publishing Company. With a Foreword by David Russell, 371pp. Order albeit with slight browning to page edges & small creases to the. Bottom corner of the latter pages as a result of heavy bumping to the. Rear bottom left hand corner, staining to the page extremities at the. Very top, slight bumping & rubbing to board corners at the top, very. Heavy bumping & rubbing to those at the bottom, bumping & rubbing to. The top, bottom & sides of boards - heavier to the top of the spine &. Heavier still to the base, bumping & rubbing to the front bottom left.
Hand side - much less so to the rear bottom right hand side, elsewhere. Both boards a bit marked, the dust jacket has slight internal &. External browning, & is rubbed, creased & marked especially on the.Book = good; jacket = acceptable. Presumably Australian William Lyne, who ran the London's Wigmore Hall. The revised and expanded fifth edition of Maurice J.
Highly acclaimed ultimate reference book on the classical guitar. Latest edition features all the original biographical entries updated. With new photographs where applicable, plus 100 new biographical.
Entries in the players, composers and makers section for a total of. This new edition gives the reader a full and clear picture. Of the classical guitar's development since the beginning of the 19th.
Also included are informative sections on composers. Scholars, flamenco guitarists and guitar makers. Of several hundred photographs is the most complete to be published in.
There are extensive listings of the most important classical guitar. The final section, Sources of Information and Supply. Guides readers to where they can obtain the books, recordings, music. And magazines listed in the book.Without a doubt, this new edition. Will be the essential work of reference on the subject of classical. Guitar for years to come. My sincere congratulations to Maurice Summerfield.