Tag Bradford Werner

Fuga by Gaspar Sanz (PDF)

Fuga by Gaspar Sanz (1640-1710). This is a sheet music reference video for my new PDF eBook. I’ll be making videos for each one as promo material and of possible help to students. You can follow the link below to…

Villanos by Gaspar Sanz

Villanos by Gaspar Sanz (1640-1710) for classical guitar. Check out the sheet music and tab edition below. Gaspar Sanz Collection  Arranged & Edited by Bradford Werner PDF includes two editions. Notation Only followed by Notation + Modern Tablature. These popular…

Classical Guitar Weekend in Calgary

Over the weekend I was honoured to be able to adjudicate the MRU Fall Guitar Festival, a program presented by the Mount Royal University Conservatory as well as the Classical Guitar Society of Calgary who combined the weekend with their concert…

Victoria Guitar Trio plays Temporal Waves by Nobles

Victoria Guitar Trio with Adrian Verdejo, Michael Dias and Bradford Werner perform Temporal Waves by Vancouver composer Jordan Nobles. As I prepare for a trio concert in Vancouver this weekend I thought I’d share one of the pieces we are playing…

Bradford Werner Plays Passacaille by Weiss

Hey it’s me! A first try playing this piece, I still need to smooth it out a bit and add some definition to the voices but here it is for now. Bradford Werner plays Passacaille by Sylvius Leopold Weiss (1687–1750)…

Bradford Werner plays Weiss

I thought I would share these videos since it cut into my blogging time. These are just a test run. I was trying out some new gear and a beautiful chapel near my house. I plan to record there but…

Basic Left Hand Technique Tips for Classical Guitar

Basic Left Hand Technique Tip for beginner and intermediate classical guitarists.This is a video I made for my beginner students. It includes multiple camera angles. The left hand position in classical guitar is not that dissimilar to the right hand…

Basic Right Hand Technique for Classical Guitar

This is a video I made for my beginner students. It includes multiple camera angles and, more importantly, the viewing perspective of the player. I thought this would be more helpful than trying to imitate a teacher from across the…