Study in C by Francisco Tárrega (PDF)

Study in C by Francisco Tárrega (1852–1909)
PDF Sheet Music for Classical Guitar
Notation or Notation + TAB, Video Lesson, Fingering
Easy with some 3rd position work and Barres (RCM Grade 3)
Youtube Performance & Lesson Video (HD)

Here’s a free sheet music edition of one of Francisco Tárrega’s (1852–1909) easy etudes or studies (estudios). This is a great work for classical guitarists who getting ready for intermediate repertoire as this one involves some barres and easy third position playing. Make sure to shape the melody that is embedded into the arpeggios. Get the free sheet music and follow the video lessons.  I’ve made a free copy to attract guitarists to the site and a tablature (tab) version for those who need it. This is a nice short work that is often played by students and professionals. You can also find the tab as a hardcopy in my Classical Guitar Tab book on Amazon. Join the Email Newsletter to get updates on free sheet music and more. Please consider donating to the site to keep the free sheet music coming.

Free Notation Edition: PDF

TAB Edition (PDF Download): $2.99

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2 Comments

  1. Larry Wilburn on

    Nicely played and good tone. What brand guitar is this? Also, not to be picky, but the proper pronunciation of Tarrega’s name is to stress the first syllable (where the accent mark falls) TAR-rega. Thanks.

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