World Wide Wednesday – May 25, 2011

by guitarkadia on May 25, 2011

in World Wide Wednesday

On The Path is an iPad app featuring lessons by teachers from Scott Tennant to Richard Thompson.

‘Rare’ interview from 1970 with Robert Plant and John Bonham.

This site listed several performing arts documentaries. However, how many are kosher to be on it? I couldn’t tell you.

Eric Clapton‘s Crossroads Guitar Festival 3 will air on PBS on June 6th at 9pm.

Parkinson’s Choir: Speech therapist Merrill Tanner works with people suffering from Parkinson’s disease, a disease that robs people of their voices. Singing helps them get their voices back.

Jazz guitarist Lionel Loueke explains his tuning and style. (must watch)

19-year old Sean Shibe won the Royal Over-Seas League Contest. Here’s Shibe performing Malcolm Arnold‘s Fantasy Op. 107.

Matthew Fagan plays Ernesto Lecuona’s ‘La Malaguena’ on his 10-string guitar.

A piece on guitar player/folk singer Rahul Dixit from India.

Leo Kottke tells the story of an exchange he had with Pepe Romero.


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