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Estudio Sin Luz Study Without Light by Andres Segovia

Estudio Sin Luz Study Without Light by Andrés Segovia (1893-1987)

Andres Segovia Andres Segovia wrote this piece while recuperating from eye surgery. He dedicated the piece to his surgeon Jose Rubio. The title translates as “Study without Light”. This is a beautifully sad piece and one can imagine the great Segovia playing with his eyes bandaged as the feeling pours from his guitar. Andrés Segovia was a virtuoso Spanish classical guitarist from Linares, Jaén, Andalucia, Spain.

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Mala Variacia by Johann Kaspar Mertz

Mala Variacia by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Johann Kaspar Mertz János Gáspár Mertz was born in Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary, now Bratislava (Slovakia). A virtuoso, he established a solid reputation as a performer. Mertz’s guitar music, followed the pianistic models of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann, rather than the classical models of Mozart and Haydn (as did Sor and Aguado), or the bel canto style of Rossini (as did Giuliani).

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Peacherine Rag by Scott Joplin

Peacherine Rag by Scott Joplin (1867-1917)

Scott Joplin Scott Joplin was an American composer and pianist. Joplin achieved fame for his ragtime compositions, and was later dubbed “The King of Ragtime”. During his brief career, Joplin wrote 44 original ragtime pieces, one ragtime ballet, and two operas. One of his first pieces, the Maple Leaf Rag, became ragtime’s first and most influential hit, and has been recognized as the archetypal rag.

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Etude in G by Johann Kaspar Mertz

Etude in G by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Johann Kaspar Mertz János Gáspár Mertz was born in Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary, now Bratislava (Slovakia). A virtuoso, he established a solid reputation as a performer. Mertz’s guitar music, followed the pianistic models of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann, rather than the classical models of Mozart and Haydn (as did Sor and Aguado), or the bel canto style of Rossini (as did Giuliani).

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Funf Walzer No 5 by Luigi Rinaldo Legnani

Funf Walzer No 5 by Luigi Legnani (1790-1877)

Luigi Rinaldo Legnani was an Italian guitarist, singer, composer and luthier. He is perhaps best known for his 36 Caprices for the guitar, which cover all the major and minor keys, and which were probably inspired by Paganini’s 24 Caprices for the violin.

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Funf Walzer No 4 by Luigi Rinaldo Legnani

Funf Walzer No 4 by Luigi Legnani (1790-1877)

Luigi Rinaldo Legnani was an Italian guitarist, singer, composer and luthier. He is perhaps best known for his 36 Caprices for the guitar, which cover all the major and minor keys, and which were probably inspired by Paganini’s 24 Caprices for the violin.

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Funf Walzer No 3 by Luigi Rinaldo Legnani

Funf Walzer No 3 by Luigi Legnani (1790-1877)

Luigi Rinaldo Legnani was an Italian guitarist, singer, composer and luthier. He is perhaps best known for his 36 Caprices for the guitar, which cover all the major and minor keys, and which were probably inspired by Paganini’s 24 Caprices for the violin.

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Funf Walzer No 2 by Luigi Rinaldo Legnani

Funf Walzer No 2 by Luigi Legnani (1790-1877)

Luigi Rinaldo Legnani was an Italian guitarist, singer, composer and luthier. He is perhaps best known for his 36 Caprices for the guitar, which cover all the major and minor keys, and which were probably inspired by Paganini’s 24 Caprices for the violin.

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Opus 13 No 7 Adagio by Johann Kaspar Mertz

Opus 13 No 7 Adagio by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Johann Kaspar Mertz János Gáspár Mertz was born in Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary, now Bratislava (Slovakia). A virtuoso, he established a solid reputation as a performer. Mertz’s guitar music, followed the pianistic models of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann, rather than the classical models of Mozart and Haydn (as did Sor and Aguado), or the bel canto style of Rossini (as did Giuliani).

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Funf Walzer No 1 by Luigi Rinaldo Legnani

Funf Walzer No 1 by Luigi Legnani (1790-1877)

Luigi Rinaldo Legnani was an Italian guitarist, singer, composer and luthier. He is perhaps best known for his 36 Caprices for the guitar, which cover all the major and minor keys, and which were probably inspired by Paganini’s 24 Caprices for the violin.

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