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Los Angeles, CA — November 7, 2011

Alfred Music Publishing now offers From Liverpool to Abbey Road: Standard Notation Edition, a unique beginning guitar method featuring Lennon and McCartney classics, arranged by L.C. Harnsberger and Ron Manus.

Perfect for first-time guitar players, From Liverpool to Abbey Road: Standard Notation Edition is  an easy-to-use method that teaches everything needed to start playing  right away. Featuring 33 of the best-loved Lennon & McCartney songs,  the method includes expert arrangements of their hit songs including “All My  Loving,” “Eleanor Rigby,” “Hey Jude,” “Norwegian Wood,” “Penny Lane,”  “Revolution,” “Yesterday,” and many more. This edition features only  standard music notation to help you greatly improve your music reading skills. The arrangements in the book are carefully  designed to reinforce new techniques, and include photos that clearly  demonstrate proper finger position. The included CD features recordings  of songs and exercises in the book, performed by Grammy® award-winning guitarist Adam Levy.
The songwriting of Lennon & McCartney is regarded as one of the most  successful collaborations in music history. The pair wrote and recorded  over 175 credited songs, mainly with The Beatles, their iconic English  rock band from 1962-1970, earning them inductions into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1987. Their songs have grown to be  some of today’s timeless classics, sparking a wide range of covers  including "Yesterday," which has been recorded by more artists than any  other song according to the Guinness Book of World Records.   

As part of Alfred’s ongoing commitment to improving the environment, the contents are printed on 100\% recycled paper.

From Liverpool to Abbey Road: Standard Notation Edition
Book & CD (00-38641) is now available for $24.99 at music retail stores and at alfred.com/guitar. Also available is From Liverpool to Abbey Road: TAB Notation Edition, Book & CD Set, and CD sold separately.

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