Fingerstyle guitar virtuoso plays an original piece on her 20-string harp guitar.
by Teja Gerken
April 05, 2016
Muriel Anderson is well known as a fingerstyle guitarist and as the force behind the long-running All Star Guitar Night concert series. She was also the first woman to win the Walnut Valley fingerstyle guitar championship in Winfield Kansas (in 1989) and she has released more than a dozen CDs. While on a recent tour, Muriel stopped by the Peghead Nation video studio to record a segment for Advanced Fingerstyle Workshop, in which she teaches artificial harmonic techniques and her piece “Two Shores.” In this video, she performs her composition “A Baker’s Dozen” on her 20-string Doolin harp guitar. The song is featured on her latest album, Nightlight Daylights.
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