Dario Lapenna's improvisation treatise is a great little novelty on the world guitar teaching scene. This book explores topics generally neglected or never addressed in the field of improvisation, clike the counterpoint with two or three voices, the Albertine bass, the melody accompanied by broken chords and theo study of parallel harmony, harmonic melody, contrapuntal melody and the use of open strings.
The manual la guitar improvisation represents an attempt to reconcile techniques from the classical guitar tradition with jazz improvisation. It proposes a series of mechanisms and examples that will lead the student to develop his own harmonic ear and to master advanced polyphony techniques. Thus discovering how much more our beloved stringed instrument has to offer us.