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Adelita (Mazurca) by Tárrega (Free PDF or TAB)

Adelita (Mazurca) by Francisco Tárrega (1852–1909) Free Sheet Music for Classical Guitar in Notation or Notation + Tablature (TAB) Edition. Intermediate Level (RCM Grade 6). Here’s a free sheet music edition of one of Francisco Tárrega’s (1852–1909) most famous works. It…

“24 Preludes” for solo guitar by Bryan Johanson

This is a guest post by composer Michael KarmonVisit his site for great info, free scores, and more! First, a disclaimer: I’m a composer. I do play classical guitar, but all my training and experience is in composition. Also, I’m…

Wilson’s Wilde, Anonymous (Free PDF)

Wilson’s Wilde, Anonymous Renaissance Lute Work Arranged for Classical Guitar. Free PDF sheet music and video performance. Beginner to Early Intermediate. Here’s a free sheet music PDF of a really nice lute work arranged for guitar.  I’ve made a free copy…

Assad Brothers and Romero Lubambo play Influencia do Jazz

The Assad Brothers and Romero Lubambo play “Influencia do Jazz” at One World Theatre on February 21, 2015. The concert was part of Austin Classical Guitar‘s annual Guitars Under The Stars fundraising gala to support guitar education programs in Austin,…

Grisha Goryachev plays Montiño by Paco de Lucia

Some flamenco to start your day! Russian born guitar star Grisha Goryachev plays Montiño (fandangos de Huelva) by Paco de Lucia at the 10th International ‘Guitar Virtuosos’ Festival, Moscow, Tchaikovsky hall. March 25th, 2015. This comes via the Russian Guitar…

Calata ala Spagnola by Dalza for Guitar (Lesson & PDF)

Calata ala spagnola [No.6] by Joan Ambrosio Dalza (fl. 1508) – Includes Two Editions: Notation Only & Notation+TAB. Sheet Music for Classical Guitar, PDF Download. Level: Intermediate (Grade 5 or 6). I love this simple yet beautiful music. Joan Ambrosio Dalza flourished around…

Student Warm-up for Classical Guitar

Here is a basic warm-up for beginner to early intermediate classical guitarists. I made this with some of my students in mind who might rebel if it was longer than one page! I recommend that teachers get their students to…

SoloDuo play Prelude & Fugue No. 4 by Tedesco

SoloDuo (Lorenzo Micheli and Matteo Mela) play Prelude and Fugue No.4 in E from Les Guitares bien tempérées (The Well-Tempered Guitars), Op. 199. We’ve been seeing these Tedesco duos pop up more often these days which is great. They’ve been…

Review: Music of Bret Williams

Music of Bret WilliamsBuy from Artist Website: bretwilliamsmusic.comBuy or listen on Amazon: Music of Bret WilliamsCopyright: 2014 Bret Williams Musicians:Bret Willaims (guitar)Mark Dover (clarinet)Matt Aprea (violin)Marc Schmeid (Bass) Track Listing:  The Gravity of Ms. Peters You’ll Tear Your Dress African…

Victoria Guitar Trio Play Godin

Some clips from a recent concert I played in with my buddies from the Victoria Guitar Trio on March 22, 2015. These movements are from a multi-movement work named On Poetics written for us by Scott Edward Godin. This is just four of…

The Vihuela: History and Style by Clive Titmuss

This is a guest post by Clive Titmuss  Previously published on Classical Guitar Canada. Make sure to visit his website to see more of his work and recordings. All images provided by Clive Titmuss (click to enlarge). See image credits at end.…

Guitar as Choir by Frank Wallace

This is a guest post by composer & guitarist Frank Wallace. In my article Loud, or Robust?, I mentioned performing Narváez in a 12th century church. It was magical. It was transformative. I heard every voice of a four-part texture as…