Francisco Tárrega – Free Sheet Music and Tab PDFs

Francisco Tarrega Francisco Tárrega – Free PDF Sheet Music and Tab for Classical Guitar. Modern and public domain sheet music PDF’s by Francisco Tárrega (1852-1909) for classical guitar from easy to advanced. “Historically Francisco Tárrega is of immense significance in the development of the guitar over the last two centuries, in terms of both technical innovations and compositions… Francisco Tárrega was the most influential Spanish virtuoso performer of the nineteenth century. His output was modest, with just 78 original scores and 120 transcriptions—mostly for his own use—of the great classical compositions. Tárrega was also the first great arranger for guitar, transcribing works from composers such as J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Berlioz, Chopin, Grieg, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Schumann, and Wagner, as well as pieces from Albéniz and Malats and other Spanish contemporaries.” (Bio via Naxos)

Free from This is Classical Guitar – These are free scores by this site and are highly recommended quality-wise. These links also include videos. Tab can also be purchased. The “Gr.” stands for Grade level on a scale of 1-10.

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Free Public Domain Scores
These come from the IMSLP archive. These are free PDF’s to download and all are public domain PDFs. These are often historical publications so, although old and sometimes outdated, they are good sources to research and play/check.



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