Guitarra Acústica, Vol 1: ¡Tú Puedes Tocar La Guitarra Ya! (Spanish Language Edition) (DVD)
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Learn how to play acoustic guitar the fast and easy way with this best-selling course! Highly acclaimed guitar instructor Rogelio Maya will guide you step by step as you learn how to strum and begin playing Latin rhythms and melodies right away! You'll learn all the fundamentals, including how to hold the guitar, tuning, your first notes, chords, scales, and more.
¡Aprende a tocar la guitarra acústica de manera rápida y sencilla con este exitoso curso! El reconocido instructor de guitarra Rogelio Maya te llevará paso por paso mientras aprendes como rasguear las cuerdas de la guitarra y empezar a tocar ritmos latinos y melodías ¡inmediatamente! También aprenderás fundamentos básicos que incluyen desde cómo sostener la guitarra, su afinación, tus primeras notas, acordes, escalas, y más.
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Rogelio Maya has been a music instructor, vocal coach, arranger, composer and producer for over 25 years in Los Angeles, California. Rogelio Maya ha sido maestro de música, instructor de canto, arreglista, compositor y productor por más de 25 años en Los Ángeles, California.See all Editorial Reviews
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I know who's going with me,"
A young lady (Windy Hiller) pretty much knows what she wants in life. On her way to her wedding on a remote Scottish island she is delayed long enough to experience a different way of life and a reality that she was never exposed to. Here she finds different values and the difference between real nobility and the early version of plastic money. She is overwhelmed by her new discovery and the man (Roger Livesey) who introduced her to it. Now she must desperately escape or be lost forever in this different world.
I was surprised to find that a young girl in the movie was Petula Clark.
There are advantages to having a movie with a story that is not based on a book. You can enjoy the story for what it is and not have to compare. However this may make a good play. In the Criterion extras you will find speculation on the pro's and con's of remaking the movie.
This film is impressive on its own but the Criterion treatment adds many fascinating dimensions that make you have to re-watch the film just to se the parts that you missed while paying attention though the plotline and scenery.
There is a commentary track that covers the entire film. A behind the scenes stills that even has a commentary. Home movies add to the information about the designers of the story and producers. There is a section from "The edge of the World." A great insight and a different way off looking at the story are found in "I Know Where I'm Going! Revisited" a 30 minute making of. The location photo essay allows you to see if the color is what you imagined (maybe better).
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Shows the Brits were not always elegant
and surely did not know how to pace a film.
“I KNOW WHERE I’M GOING!” *****
(1945, UK, 87 min, b/w, English subtitles, Aspect ratio: 4:3, Audio:...Read more