The house and jam band for Quiet Waters Park in
APG II is branching out into new realms, getting
out of the solo guitar shtick and loosening up with jamming and singing!
I'll be putting together more links for Bluegrass, New Grass, Folk, etc.
and hopefully will develop a few mandolin arrangements of Trad songs which
are not available elsewhere. A sampler of websites includes:
In this Home Page I will be focusing on solo acoustic guitar in the
style known as "American Primitive Guitar" (thanks to
Fahey) and acoustic music in the Baltimore/Washington area. References
to the works of other guitarists as well as my own in various tunings are
provided for the guitar student's consideration. I am also hoping to develop
a tape swapping "club" for like-minded guitarists.
See The Fahey Files from
the International Fahey Committee for quotes, album art, LOTS of info and
Since summer of '96 I've been arranging Americana standards and posting
them to newsgroups in APG form, including soundfiles of many songs in RealAudio.
Also, let me know if you have any Americana or traditional favorites you'd
like to see in tab. LW
OLGA Site at MIT
- The original OLGA site may be shut dowwn but this and many other mirror
sites keep the tablature library available.
Al Petteway's Home Page - Al's
fingerstyle guitar recordings have been a great resource and inspiration
including traditional and modern compositions in varied tunings.
Maggie's Music Celtic Recordings
- Highly recommended recordings of tradiitional forms by acoustic instrument
ensembles. Music books for hammer dulcimer, harp and other instruments
House of Musical Traditions Home Page
- Takoma Park, MD home for one of the moost comprehensive collections of
recordings and sheet music in all traditional, ethnic and acoustic forms.
The Institute of Musical Traditions hosts regular concerts in the Washington,
El McMeen's Home Page - I've greatly
enjoyed El's recording of religious and Christmas music with many arrangements
in "low C" tuning. He has some sample tablature available on his page,
as well as info on instruction books, recordings, etc. An active RMMGA
correspondent and contributer to guitar on-line.
Don't just be a lurker! Join with APG to expand guitar music on the