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We're a website run by classical guitarists for classical guitarists. If you have any interesting news on anything classical guitar-related, please let us know by sending us an email here. Concerts, festivals, summer schools new DVD or CD releases, new guitar books, methods and more, then we'd like to here from you.

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Did you attend a summer school this summer?

If yes or if you know of others who did, we'd also love to hear from you and your thoughts. Your inputs will be used in our summer school review project we'll be starting later this year in readiness for the 2010 season. You tell us as much or as little as you like and if you'd wish to remain anonymous when attributing comments back. To help us formulate our reviews we'd like to get some information regarding your playing standard, years of playing as well as the obvious questions around the summer school(s) you attended. To send us your feedback, simply click on the link below to create your email. We look forward to hearing from you. There's no closing dates as we intend to add to the reviews as and when new feedback becomes available, so keep them coming in!

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The Classical Guitar News Team


Here's a selection of Top Tips from David Russell's website:-
Practice Sheet-always know where you are with your pieces
Play or not to play-ensure you select the music you'll enjoy the most
Damping basses-how to ensure you control that elusive baseline!
Trills-an essential but sometimes tricky part of guitar playing covered
Unusual Barrees-when conventional barrees just won't work

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