Fantasia XXII by Luis Milan

Fantasia XXII by Luys Milan (16th century)

Luys milan This work, printed in Valencia, Spain in 1536, also includes forty fantasias (a type of free-form piece) for solo vihuela, and some 22 songs with vihuela accompaniment. In addition, El Maestro is the earliest source containing verbal indications of tempo and a set of instructions for playing the vihuela.

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Fuga Al Aire Espanol by Gaspar Sanz

Fuga Al Aire Espanol by Gaspar Sanz (1640–1710)

Gaspar Sanz Gaspar Sanz was an Aragonese composer, guitarist, organist and priest born to a wealthy family in Calanda in the Spanish comarca of Bajo Aragón. He studied music, theology and philosophy at the University of Salamanca, where he was later appointed Professor of Music.

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Suite Venezolana 4 (Vals) by Antonio Lauro

Suite Venezolana 4 (Vals) by Antonio Lauro (1917-1986)

Antonio Lauro Antonio Lauro was a Venezuelan musician, considered to be one of the foremost South American composers for the Guitar in the 20th century. The works of Antonio Lauro have long been very popular with guitarists worldwide, several recordings by John Williams and David Russell have set Lauro’s fame in the honorific place he deserves.

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Pavana by Antonio Lauro

Pavana by Antonio Lauro (1917-1986)

Antonio Lauro Antonio Lauro was a Venezuelan musician, considered to be one of the foremost South American composers for the Guitar in the 20th century. The works of Antonio Lauro have long been very popular with guitarists worldwide, several recordings by John Williams and David Russell have set Lauro’s fame in the honorific place he deserves.

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Cajita De Musica (Music Box) by Francisco Tarrega

Cajita De Musica (Music Box) Francisco Tarrega(1852-1909)

Francisco Tarrega Tárrega is considered to have laid the foundations for 20th century classical guitar and for increasing interest in the guitar as a recital instrument. Tárrega preferred small intimate performances over the concert stage. Some believe this was because he played without the nails needed for volume. Others say this was related to his childhood trauma.

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Pavanas by Gaspar Sanz

Pavanas by Gaspar Sanz (1640–1710)

Gaspar Sanz Gaspar Sanz was an Aragonese composer, guitarist, organist and priest born to a wealthy family in Calanda in the Spanish comarca of Bajo Aragón. He studied music, theology and philosophy at the University of Salamanca, where he was later appointed Professor of Music.

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Pavan 4 by Luys Milan

Pavan 4 by Luys Milan (16th century)

Luys milan This work, printed in Valencia, Spain in 1536, also includes forty fantasias (a type of free-form piece) for solo vihuela, and some 22 songs with vihuela accompaniment. In addition, El Maestro is the earliest source containing verbal indications of tempo and a set of instructions for playing the vihuela.

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Pavana by Bartolome Calatayud

Pavana by Bartolome Calatayud (1882-1973)

Bartolome Calatayud A prominent Majorcan guitarist and composer whose passion towards the guitar brought forth music full of harmony and expression. A great personality who established a position as the best Majorcan guitarist and one of the best concert performers of Spanish guitar music, a contemporary of Llobet and Segovia.

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Pavan 2 by Luys Milan

Pavan 2 by Luys Milan (16th century)

Luys milan This work, printed in Valencia, Spain in 1536, also includes forty fantasias (a type of free-form piece) for solo vihuela, and some 22 songs with vihuela accompaniment. In addition, El Maestro is the earliest source containing verbal indications of tempo and a set of instructions for playing the vihuela.

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Pavan 1 by Luys Milan

Pavan 1 by Luys Milan (16th century)

Luys milan This work, printed in Valencia, Spain in 1536, also includes forty fantasias (a type of free-form piece) for solo vihuela, and some 22 songs with vihuela accompaniment. In addition, El Maestro is the earliest source containing verbal indications of tempo and a set of instructions for playing the vihuela.

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