Ensemble Music for Sept. 11th Meeting

Below are the music scores for the ensemble session at the upcoming Corvallis Guitar Society meeting on Monday September 11th. Please download the scores, decide which parts you wish to play, and bring them along with your guitar and music stand (if you have one). It’s all about having fun so simplify your parts if you wish – no pressure! Two of the scores are from our good friend in Ashland, James Bishop Edwards, who is pleased to have us play his arrangements. Thanks James. See you all on the 11th.

Two rounds Arr James Bishop Edwards
Ruby Tuesday Arr James Bishop Edwards
Habanera Quartet
Carolans Welcome


Ensemble Music for June 5th Guitar Society Meeting

Here are the music scores and parts for the open ensemble music session for the upcoming Guitar Society meeting on Monday June 5th. Please take a look at the music, download the parts you wish to play, and bring them along with your guitar and music stand to the meeting. You can play as much or as little as you want, and feel free to simplify your parts if you wish. The goal here is just to join in and have fun!

Water Is Wide

My Loves an Arbutus

Maria gtr 1 pg 1
Maria gtr 1 pg 2
Maria gtr 2
Maria gtr 3
Maria gtr 4


Spanish_Harlem Arr Bill Tyers

Mysterious Barricades

Noches de Luna

Carolans Welcome

Carolans Welcome Bass Part


Ensemble Sheet Music for May 1st Meeting

Here is the music we will be playing during the open ensemble session at the May 1st meeting. Please download the scores, take a look at which parts you would like to play, and try them out. Then bring a copy of your parts along with your guitar and music stand to the meeting, join in, and have some fun! You can always simplify your part if you find it too much to deal with.

Never Weatherbeaten Sail
El Testament d Amelia

La Paloma

Mysterious Barricades

I recommend you practice your parts for both La Paloma and Mysterious Barricades ahead of time. To help with this I have posted an MP3 file of La Paloma and a YouTube video of a trio performing Andrew Forrest’s arrangment of Mysterious Barricades. Try playing along with the recordings to give yourself a sense of how the part you selected to play fits in with the others. But don’t worry too much – just come along and give it a try!