Opus 48 No 16 by Mauro Giuliani

Opus 48 No 17 by Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)

Mauro Giuliani Mauro Giuliani was an italian guitarist and composer, and is considered by many to be one of the leading guitarist virtuosos of the early nineteenth century. He was a prolific composer, writing over 150 pieces for the guitar, as well as many chamber compositions for the violin, voice, flute, piano, and chamber orchestra.

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Opus 48 No 17 by Mauro Giuliani

Opus 48 No 17 by Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)

Mauro Giuliani Mauro Giuliani was an italian guitarist and composer, and is considered by many to be one of the leading guitarist virtuosos of the early nineteenth century. He was a prolific composer, writing over 150 pieces for the guitar, as well as many chamber compositions for the violin, voice, flute, piano, and chamber orchestra.

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Opus 48 No 7 by Mauro Giuliani

Opus 48 No 7 by Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)

Mauro Giuliani Mauro Giuliani was an italian guitarist and composer, and is considered by many to be one of the leading guitarist virtuosos of the early nineteenth century. He was a prolific composer, writing over 150 pieces for the guitar, as well as many chamber compositions for the violin, voice, flute, piano, and chamber orchestra.

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Opus 48 No 4 by Mauro Giuliani

Opus 48 No 4 by Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)

Mauro Giuliani Mauro Giuliani was an italian guitarist and composer, and is considered by many to be one of the leading guitarist virtuosos of the early nineteenth century. He was a prolific composer, writing over 150 pieces for the guitar, as well as many chamber compositions for the violin, voice, flute, piano, and chamber orchestra.

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Estudio Sencillos No 20 by Leo Brouwer

Estudio 20 by Leo Brouwer (1939)

Leo Brouwer Juan Leovigildo Brouwer Mezquida is a Cuban composer, conductor and guitarist. He is the grandson of Cuban composer Ernestina Lecuona Casado. Brouwer is best known for his performances and guitar compositions of modern music.

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Etude No 24 Metodo Primera by Dionisio Aguado

Etude 24 Metodo De Guitarra (Primera Parte) by Dionisio Aguado (1784-1849)

Dionisio Aguado Dionisio Aguado was a Spanish classical guitarist and composer. Born in Madrid, he studied with Miguel Garcia. In 1825, Aguado visited Paris, where he met and became friends with lived with Fernando Sor. Aguado’s major work Escuela de Guitarra was a guitar tutorial published in 1825. Dionisio Aguado has attained lasting fame through his method for guitar, which is still in print today.

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Opus 50 No 22 by Mauro Giuliani

Opus 50 No 22 by Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)

Mauro Giuliani Mauro Giuliani was an italian guitarist and composer, and is considered by many to be one of the leading guitarist virtuosos of the early nineteenth century. He was a prolific composer, writing over 150 pieces for the guitar, as well as many chamber compositions for the violin, voice, flute, piano, and chamber orchestra.

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Opus 50 No 10 by Mauro Giuliani

Opus 50 No 10 by Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)

Mauro Giuliani Mauro Giuliani was an italian guitarist and composer, and is considered by many to be one of the leading guitarist virtuosos of the early nineteenth century. He was a prolific composer, writing over 150 pieces for the guitar, as well as many chamber compositions for the violin, voice, flute, piano, and chamber orchestra.

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Estudios Sencillos (Study No 18) by Leo Brouwer

Study No 18 (Estudio Sencillos) by Leo Brouwer (1939)

Leo Brouwer Juan Leovigildo Brouwer Mezquida is a Cuban composer, conductor and guitarist. He is the grandson of Cuban composer Ernestina Lecuona Casado. Brouwer is best known for his performances and guitar compositions of modern music.

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Etude 7 by Antonio Cano

Etude 7 by Antonio Cano (1811 – 1897)

Antonio Cano is a classical guitarist, teacher and composer. Cano composed about a hundred pieces and exercises for the guitar. It is probable that he gave lessons to Francisco Tarrega and contributed to the development of the technique of the tremolo. His main contribution is his guitar tutorial: ‘M├ętodo de Guitarra’.

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