Roland Dyens Sheet Music for Classical Guitar

Roland Dyens Sheet Music for Classical Guitar. This page lists classical guitar sheet music and tab editions for Roland Dyens. Roland Dyens (1955–2016) was an influential French classical guitarist, composer, and arranger. Know for his amazing performance flare and abilities as well as his numerous compositions and arrangements. Dyens released several volumes of arrangements that included not only the classical music but also of Brazilian music, jazz standards, French pop, and the Gypsy jazz. Tango en Skaï (1985), is one of his best-known pieces, but also widely played is the more extended Libra Sonatine (1986). He taught at Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique. He died on October 29, 2016 at the age of 61. I had the privilege to play for Dyens in a masterclass and hang out with him after and he was a joy to be around and ready to pick up the guitar and play in any style at anytime.

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