Alfred Music Publishing Teaches Guitarists to Play Their Favorite Songs with New, Interactive DVDs
LOS ANGELES, CA
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Alfred Music Publishing, the leader in educational music publishing since 1922 and the official print publisher of thousands of popular artists, is proud release the iVideosongs DVD series, which teaches guitarists how to play their favorite songs by popular artists through personal, interactive instruction.
iVideosongs DVDs are a low-cost, cutting-edge alternative to expensive private lessons and the inaccurate TAB, unreliable tips, and fragmented lessons scattered throughout the Internet. Designed for any guitarist from beginner to advanced, each DVD contains accurate, step-by-step video lessons that guide you through playing your favorite songs from beginning to end.
Featuring instruction by both the original guitarists as well as studio musicians, iVideosongs lessons include tricks, tips, and techniques to play in the exact style of the artist. In addition, many of the DVDs also include exclusive interviews with the original bands’ guitarists who teach you some of the songs.
Rock guitarists can play their favorite songs from various decades in three exciting iVideosongs DVDs: '70s and '80s Rock Hits, Vol. 1, '90s Rock Hits, Vol. 1, and 2000s Rock Hits, Vol. 1. From classic to modern rock, guitarists will enjoy personalized instruction to playing favorite songs such as “Carry On Wayward Son” by Kansas, “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper” by Blue Oyster Cult, “3 A.M.” by Matchbox Twenty, “Yellow” by Coldplay, “All for You” by Sister Hazel, and more.
Also available are genre-specific iVideosongs DVDs, including Southern Rock Hits, Country Rock Hits, and Singer-Songwriter Hits. Guitarists will learn to play all-time hits such as “Sweet Home Alabama” by Lynyrd Skynyrd, “Ramblin’ Man” by the Allman Brothers Band, “Friends in Low Places” by Garth Brooks, “Fire and Rain” by James Taylor, “Pencil Thin Mustache” by Jimmy Buffett, and more.
iVideosongs DVDs are now available for $19.99 each. Pick up your copies at a local music retail store, or buy them today at alfred.com.