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Ryan, Gary - Scenes From The Wild West
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Scenes from the Wild West

by Gary Ryan

Gary Ryan's compositions for guitar have been exceptionally well received during the past few years. His groundbreaking Scenes from The Wild West (2003) for solo guitar is a six movement work that is widely acclaimed as one of the most original and entertaining compositions written for solo guitar in many years. The suite explores and blends a wide range of techniques used in the many different styles of guitar playing and American music that exist today. There are musical references to steel, slide, plectrum, rhythm, electric and flamenco guitar as well as to the mandolin and banjo, country and western, gospel, jazz, rock, electronic dance music, film soundtracks, classical, TV, nursery rhymes and even incidental music to cartoons! Scenes from The Wild West portrays the guitar in a new light, transcending the standard guitar repertoire in such a refreshing way that it never fails to entrance audiences.

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