Early Guitar Anthology
Vol. 3 Vol. I: The Renaissance
Vol. 2 Vol. II:The Early Baroque
Vol. 1 Vol. III: The Late Baroque

About the Author:
Charles Wolzien is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Colorado College of Music in Boulder. He immigrated to Canada in 2007 and now works out of his oceanside studio next to Rathtrevor Beach Park on Vancouver Island in British Columbia.
Dr. Wolzien served as a guest lecturer at Australia's Sydney Conservatorium of Music during April of 1995; has conducted master classes in the US, Canada, China, and Argentina; and is included in the 60th edition of Marquis's Who's Who in American Education. He has written articles on Renaissance guitar repertoire and proportional notation and is the author of a performance edition of Adrian Le Roy's 1555 Voix de ville (Doberman YPPAN Press). For nineteen years he wrote about early guitar repertoire as a columnist for Soundboard magazine and critiqued the music of many contemporary composers as a reviewer for both Soundboard and Guitar Review magazines. His arrangements for flute and guitar are published by Shawnee Press and Southern Music Company.
As a soloist and ensemble performer, Wolzien has presented hundreds of programs throughout the continental United States and Hawaii, including appearances at Carnegie Recital Hall and the Los Angeles Bach Festival. He toured for Columbia Artists Management in Canada and the U.S. and has given concerts in South America, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, North Africa and at numerous European conservatories, including the American Academy in Rome.

About the Music Editor:
Frank Bliven, following graduation from The San Francisco Conservatory of Music in 1972, moved to Bellingham Washington and started the first undergraduate Classical Guitar program at Western Washington University. Following completion of a Masters degree in classical guitar performance in 1976, he headed undergraduate and graduate guitar studies at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. He immigrated to Canada in 1990 and taught guitar at Trinity Western University: he now teaches privately in his studio in Kamloops, British Columbia. 
Frank Bliven specializes in Renaissance guitar, Renaissance lute, Baroque guitar, Baroque lute and early 19th-century classical guitar performance. He has edited music for the London College of Music Classical Guitar Series; served as the first North American classical guitar examiner for music examinations in Canada; and is active as an adjudicator for music festivals in both the U.S. and Canada. As a soloist and early music specialist he has given master classes, lectures and solo recitals throughout the U.S. and Canada.