Jerusalem of Gold

I was asked to do a custom arrangement of this piece for a wedding. The melody has really grown on me. This is a good piece for a first or second year guitar student.

I produced the arrangement by modifying a midi file of the song I found on the internet. I edited and revised the music with guitar notation software. My goal was to make the piece sound good and be easy to play on the guitar.

The video is done with my mini dv camera and edited with final cut pro.  This is one of the first videos I have done utilizing 16:9 format (wide screen). I spent a lot of time getting the lighting right.  I used a black curtain for background and a single light box that I built myself.  Enjoy!

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Classical and Spanish Guitar the Album

Classical and Spanish Guitar

This CD, “Classical and Spanish Guitar” is my first album in this genre.  I put it together very quickly in 2005. I originally intended it to be a hold-over until I got a full-length album out.  However, it continues to sell and get positive feedback. I do plan on re-doing most of the songs on this CD for a future album. None of the songs on “Classical and Spanish guitar” are included on the ablum “Acoustik Guitar

Here is the track listing as printed on the CD:

  1. Work 2
  2. Work 3
  3. Prelude (BWV.846)
  4. Tempestad
  5. Spanish Romance
  6. Work 4
  7. Work5
  8. Prelude (BWV.999)
  9. Work 6
  10. Lagrima

Since the time of original printing I have renamed a few of the songs.  The tracks entitled “Works” are my own compositions.  I am notorious for having writers block when it comes to naming things–especially pieces of music.  But that is a whole other subject, for another day, and another blog entry.

  • “Work 2” has been renamed “To Live”
  • “Work 3” has been renamed “Fuerte”
  • “work 4” doesn’t have a new name yet.
  • “work 5” has been renamed to “Sentinel”
  • “work 6” has been renamed to “Revolution”

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John H. Clarke: Classical and Spanish Guitar