Easy Classical Guitar Songs

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Many readers come to my site looking for easy classical guitar sheet music and other materials so I’ve decided to offer a few items here. When I refer to beginners I am thinking of a player who has completed an introductory method books and figured out basic first position notes, simple rhythms, and key signatures. I’ll include material from this site but also from other sites on the web.

Also see:  Sheet Music Archive or the Lesson Archive

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Classical Guitar Sheet Music For Beginners (from elsewhere)

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This is the introductory book from the Royal Conservatory of Music. If you don’t have many books in your music library the RCM books are a good place to start. You’ll have a variety of works right at your own level. Innovative in its structure, Bridges® supports students from the beginner to advanced levels with carefully sequenced repertoire, etudes, and technique. Each of the Repertoire and Etudes books in the series spans all major style periods and a variety of genres, presenting an organized compilation of pieces appropriate for that level of technical development. Nine progressive levels of Repertoire and Etudes scaffold student learning at every stage of musical development. Each book contains a balanced and representative selection of works from the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and contemporary style periods.

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3 Comments

  1. I can’t find a “contact spot” so I guess this is it. I am looking for a piece written by Paganini. I believe its called “Sonatina .” It starts with a eighth note c on the eighth fret followed by a C major chord on the same fret then G on the third fret followed by a G major chord then an e followed by another C major chord in the first position. All the single notes are on the first string. It’s all on one page without repeats. It’s a lively piece but one of his nicer ones. Do you think you could put me on to it, please.

    Thanks,
    Ray Crist

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