Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Sign In   |   Register
Community Search
Soundboard Scholar: Digital Back Issues
Share |

Home | Download | Copublished material | Submissions | Advertise | Contact

Downloads

Purchase PDF Copies of Soundboard Scholar

No. 1 (2015) | No. 2 (2016) | No. 3 (2017) | No. 4 (2018) | No. 5 (2019)

After purchase your copy will be downloaded directly to your computer

All PDFs of Soundboard Scholar are copyrighted. Copying, reselling, or distributing Soundboard Scholar PDFs without the written consent of Guitar Foundation of America is prohibited by law.

Payment is via PayPal. By purchasing, you agree that the journal will be used only for personal, non-commercial purposes. GFA reserves its right to take appropriate action to recover any losses arising from any conduct in violation of these terms.


Soundboard Scholar No. 5 (2019)

$15


 

Contents

  • Stefan Hackl, “Mauro Giuliani and Austrian Folk Music”
  • Richard T. Pinnell, “The Early Guitar in the New World: Its Route from Seville to Santo Domingo, Puerto Rico, and Cubagua (1497–1550)”
  • Featured Facsimile: Mauro Giuliani’s Zwölf neue Wald-Ländler (Twelve New Forest-Ländler), Op. 23
  • Book Reviews by Richard Long
    • Clark, Walter Aaron Clark, Los Romeros: Royal Family of the Spanish Guitar
    • Ian Gammie, Nineteenth Century Guitar Songs: An Idiosyncratic Survey
  • CD Review Article by Nathan Cornelius
    • 21st Century Spanish Guitar. Adam Levin. Volumes 1–3
  • CD Reviews and a Web-Audio Review by Ellwood Colahan
    • Izhar Elias, Corbetta: La Guitarre Royalle
    • William Carter, Francesco Corbetta: La Guitarre Royalle
    • Lex Eisenhardt, Works from La Guitarre Royalle (1671) and Italian Guitar Music of the Seventeenth Century, Battuto and Pizzicato (online)

Soundboard Scholar No. 4 (2018)

$15


Contents

  • Damián Martín, “The Guitarist Behind La Guitaromanie: Charles de Marescot,” with a Checklist of Works by Charles de Marescot
  • Kenneth Sparr, “Barthélemy Trille Labarre: Professeur de Guitare et Compositeur, Élève d’Haydn”
  • Featured Facsimile: Two Arrangements for Five-Course Guitar, the first by Trille Labarre (1787)
  • Reviews by Richard Long
    • Brian Jeffery, España de la Guerra: The Spanish Political and Military Songs of the War in Spain,1808 to 1814
    • Nicoletta Confalone, Un angelo senza paradiso: La chitarra alla ricerca di Schubert
  • CD Review Article by Nathan Cornelius
    • “New Chamber Music with Guitar: The Aleph Gitarrenquartett, Gubaidulina, and Plucking”
  • CD Reviews and an AV Review by Ellwood Colahan
    • Simone Vallerotondo with the ensemble I Bassifondi, Alfabeto falso
    • Bernhard Hofstötter, François Campion: Music for Baroque Guitar
    • Jocelyn Nelson, Ma Guiterre je te chante: 16th Century Guitar Solos and Chansons
    • Christopher Page, Men, Women and Guitars in Romantic England, a six-lecture video series (2014–2015) produced by Gresham College

Soundboard Scholar No. 3 (2017)

$15


Contents

  • Erik Stenstadvold, “A Newly Discovered Letter of 1827 by Fernando Sor”
  • Andreas Stevens, “Andrés Segovia’s Unfinished Guitar Method: Placing His ‘Scales' in Historical Context”
  • Ellwood Colahan, “Guitar Music in Collections: A New Web-Based Index is Launched.” Copublished with “The Way We Were: A Review of Early Efforts to Find Classical Guitar Music in Collections
  • Ricardo Aleixo, “Guitar Music Manuscripts in the Senate Library of Madrid: The Canción patriótica de la alianzaand its Experimental Notation”
  • Reviews by Richard Long
    • Ari Van Vliet, Napoléon Coste: Composer and Guitarist in the Musical Life of 19th-Century Paris
    • Luigi Boccherini, Sinfonia concertante (G. 523), ed. Matanya Ophee
    • Panagiotis Poulopoulos, New Voices in Old Bodies: A Study of “Recycled” Musical Instruments with a Focus on the Hahn Collection in the Deutsches Museum
    • Daniel Sinier and Françoise de Ridder, La Guitare = The Guitar = La Chitarra, Paris, 1650-1950, Addendum
  • Review-Article by Stanley Yates
    • Oleg Timofeyev and John Schneiderman (guitars) with Etienne Aberlin (violin), Anne Harley (soprano), Dan Caraway (guitar) and Kenneth Slowik (fortepiano), The Russian Guitar 1800–1850

Soundboard Scholar No. 2 (2016)

$12


Contents

  • Featured Facsimile: Henry Worrall’s Spanish Retreat, with an introduction by Robert Ferguson
  • Andreas Stevens, “The Life and Times of Josef Kaspar Mertz: New Biographical Insights”
  • Nicoletta Confalone and Grégory Leclair, “Giuliani’s Naples: A Walking Tour,” with a Genealogical Appendix
  • Reviews
    • Christopher Page, The Guitar in Tudor England: A Social and Musical History
    • John Schneiderman and Hideki Yamaya (guitars), John Adam Darr (1811–1866): German Romantic Guitar Duets (sound recording)

Soundboard Scholar No. 1 (2015)

$12


Contents

  • Panagiotis Poulopoulos, “The Guitar as an ‘Open-Air’ Instrument in the Romantic Era”
  • Erik Stenstadvold, ”Fernando Sor on the Move in the Early 1820s” 
  • John Schneider, “The Microtonal Guitars of Harry Partch”
  • Ricardo Aleixo, “An Uncataloged Piece by Fernando Sor?” 
  • Facsimile: Emil Heerbrugger’s Grand Grecian Military March, with an introduction by Robert Ferguson
  • Thomas Heck, ”Guitar Research Resources – An Update”
Membership Management Software Powered by YourMembership  ::  Legal