Item description for The Book of Six Strings The Six Fold Path of Zen Guitar (National Guitar Workshop) by Philip Toshio Sudo & Tobias Hurwitz...
Philip Toshio Sudo, founder of the Zen Guitar movement, and guitarist and educator Tobias Hurwitz present this follow-up to the best-selling book Zen Guitar. Inside are musical examples that help bring the Zen philosophy to life on anyoneA's guitar. Learning these ancient ideas can help guitarists become more "in the moment" in their musical approach.
The Book of Six Strings helps guitarists break out of a creative rut and take playing to the next level. This book's centerpiece is "One Sound One Song," composed by Philip Toshio Sudo as a musical launching pad for Zen Guitar exploration. Included are inspirational quotes, philosophical concepts and historical facts mixed in with the musical examples. Also included is a CD demonstrating all of the examples in the book. This book is the ideal choice for those looking to be inspired and to deepen their spirituality and musical understanding.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 9" Height: 12" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2007
Publisher National Guitar Workshop
ISBN 1929395493 ISBN13 9781929395491 UPC 630746711351
Availability 0 units.
More About Philip Toshio Sudo & Tobias Hurwitz
Sudo is a Japanese-American musician and author.
Philip Toshio Sudo currently resides in Maui, in the state of Hawaii.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Book of Six Strings The Six Fold Path of Zen Guitar (National Guitar Workshop)?
Zen is Life: May 18, 2008
I have been drawn to Philip Sudo's origional book for many years. I actually got to correspond with him a bit before he passed away. So it was obvious to me that I needed to get the next book by Sudo and Horowitz. You are asking for a review, but I am in the middle of College and have not really comminted myself to the book yet, this summer I will. I can only assume that this will be as thought provoking as his previous work.