Andante Grave by Antonio Cano

Andante Grave 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: ‘Método de Guitarra’.

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Estudio de Concierto by Antonio Cano

    Estudio de Concierto 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: ‘Método de Guitarra’.

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Un Recuerdo by Antonio Cano

Un Recuerdo 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: ‘Método de Guitarra’.

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Etude 11 by Antonio Cano

Etude 11 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: ‘Método de Guitarra’.

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Etude 8 by Antonio Cano

Etude 8 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: ‘Método de Guitarra’.

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Etude 10 by Antonio Cano

Etude 10 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: ‘Método de Guitarra’.

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Etude 9 by Antonio Cano

Etude 9 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: ‘Método de Guitarra’.

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El Eco by Antonio Cano

El Eco (Das Echo) 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: ‘Método de Guitarra’.

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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: ‘Método de Guitarra’.

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Etude 6 by Antonio Cano

Etude 6 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: ‘Método de Guitarra’.

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