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Guitar Technique : Intermediate to Advanced
CG World Mourns Passing of Hector Quine
The classical guitar world lost one of its most distinguished and accomplished educators and advocates when Hector Quine passed away on January 1, , two days after his 88th birthday. Born in London in , his interest in classical guitar was piqued after he got out of the British Army in He purchased a guitar from a friend for two pounds and began taking lessons from a Russian teacher in London named Alexis Chesnakov, and through him, Quine encountered Dr. Bream taught Quine much about technique and theory, and also inspired his older pupil to get into making guitars—indeed, at his Wigmore Hall debut in , Bream played the second guitar Quine built, and also used one on his album , Sonatina By Turina.