Our publishing company, Guitar Solo Publications, was conceived in 1985 and has since grown and gained worldwide recognition for a unique range of guitar sheet music and books. Many of our printed editions are now used by teachers and universities as part of their standard teaching repertoire. Composers, arrangers, and transcribers we represent include Ralph Towner, Andrew York, Roland Dyens, Paulo Bellinati, Marco Pereira, William Kanengiser, Carlos Barbosa-Lima, Hubert Kappel, Dusan Bogdanovic, Adam Del Monte, Philip Hii, Eliot Fisk, Michael Lorimer, Baden Powell, Sergio Assad, Garoto, Dilermando Reis, Paulino Nogueira, Julio Cesar Oliva, David Tanenbaum, Laurindo Almeida, Rico Stover, Brad Richter, Julio Cesar Oliva, Stephen Funk Pearson, Richard Yates, Lawrence Ferrara, Matt Dunne, and Brian Head, among many others.
Started in 1989, our GSP Recordings catalog consists of fine recordings by some of the world's finest guitarists. Our artists include Andrew York, Adam Del Monte, Paulo Bellinati, Marco Pereira, Dusan Bogdanovic, Cristina Azuma, Eliot Fisk, Philip Hii, Hubert Kappel, Stephen Funk Pearson, Alieksey Vianna, Minneapolis Guitar Quartet, David Tanenbaum, Jeff Linsky, Jim and Morning Nichols, John Stowell, Bruce Forman, Xuefei Yang, Lubambo and Drummond, and Raphael Rabello. Coming soon are recordings by Antigoni Goni, and Carlos Barbosa-Lima.
Above all, we constantly strive to publish and record interesting, new music for the guitar repertoire. We welcome your feedback.
"This company (GSP) seems to be one of the few publishers who is offering new solo guitar transcriptions as well as new music. They are taking a risk that we in the guitar world should reward."
— Bryan Johanson, Soundboard Magazine
"This series (The Great Guitarists of Brazil) is a superb group of publications, carefully researched and beautifully presented. This represents a very important addition to the available literature of Brazilian guitar music."
— David Grimes, Soundboard Magazine
"Guitar Solo Publications is a firm to keep your eye on. Not since Segovia's push more than half a century ago to make the great composers accessible to the guitarist has so much top-notch music become available for our instrument."
— John Minahan, Guitar Review Magazine
"GSP, quite rightly, has a reputation for top quality production of interesting pieces."
— Chris Dumigan, Classical Guitar Magazine
"May this recording (Mysterious Habitats) be the occasion to salute the admirable work of GSP, which has to this day, produced only high quality recordings, while seeking to create an original repertoire."
— John-Christophe Hoarau, Les Cahiers de la Guitare
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