Mulberry Boogie; Shaky; Totem Pole; Buzzing Bee; Spanish Bee; Open All Strings; Big Blue Bear; Easy Bees; The Dance Of The Clowns; Blues 'n' Shoes; Walking In The Rain; Groovy; On 'n' Off; Reggae GAGA; The Irish Washerwoman; Joe Cool; The House Of Doom; Spooky; I Spied A Spy; Mild Thing; Salsa Verde; Bees At Sea; Turkish Delight; The Soldier's March; The Finger Song; Rhyme Time; Hear The Train A-Comin'; Up And Down The Ladder; Rock The Boat; The Windmill Song; Hi D Hi; Chunk Of Funk; Batman; Falling Leaves; Canon; Sunday Morning; Run, Don't Walk; La Colombina; The Star; Beware Of Bears; It's So Easy; Calypso; Push And Shove; Bossy Nova; Easy Peasy; Safari; Cool Cat; Hannah's Mouse; My Grandad's Dog; Brother John's A Miner; Blue Who?; Scaly Fish; Skater Kid; Swing The Cat; In The Bleak Midwinter; Melody's Song; High In The Rockies; Up, Down, Flying Around; E For Elephant; Rock E And A; LemonADE; Rock School; Smoke On The Water; The Keystone Cops; Zoo Blues; Chinatown; D Rex; Hannibal's Elephants; The Lonesome Cowboy; The Irate Pirate; Shark Attack; Cool Cat; Turn It Up; Batman Riff; Tango Hideaway; Meet The Flintsones; James Bond Theme; Giulini And Aunty; Pig Jig; Fiesta; Guitar Basics.
Describing yourself as 'landmark', as this edition does, might seem presumptuous - but there is much to recommend this new book. It is full of effective graphics, songs and clapping games, jokes that work and well-known movie and rock tunes (some using tab); in short, it does everything to engage the young pupil.
Music Teacher, July 2010
Touted on the cover as a 'landmark method for individual and group learning' and aims to take young learners from absolute beginner to initial/preparatory grade for classical guitar. The book, which is attractively illustrated and moves with ease through the lessons, getting to grips with rhythm and then simple notation, building to the beginnings of repertoire, featuring original and selected tunes.
MI Pro Magazine, May 2010