Latin

Carora by Antonio Lauro

Carora by Antonio Lauro (1917-1986) 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 …

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Quirpa Guatirena by Alirio Diaz

Quirpa Guatirena (Study) by Alirio Diaz (1923-) Díaz was born in Caserio La Candelaria, a small village near Carora in western Venezuela. In 1951 he went to Siena (Italy), seeking to study with Andrés Segovia. There he impressed Segovia greatly with his flawless technique and extensive repertoire.

Eterna Saudade by Dilermando Reis

Eterna Saudade by Dilermando Reis (1916-1977) Dilermando Reis was a Brazilian musician, composer, acoustic guitarist and music teacher. He once had Juscelino Kubitschek, the former Brazilian president, as a student.

Nostalgia by Julio Sagreras

Nostalgiaby Julio Salvador Sagreras (1879-1942) Julio Salvador Sagreras was an Argentine guitarist and composer. His parents were guitarists, who taught him the guitar very early. He progressed quickly and became professor of guitar in Académia de Bellas Artes. In 1905 he opened his own school, Academia de Guitarra.

Folia de Espana Variation 16 (Tremolo) by Manuel Ponce

Folia de Espana Variation 16 (Tremolo) by Manuel Ponce (1882-1948) Manuel Ponce was a Mexican composer active in the 20th century. His work as a composer, music educator and scholar of Mexican music connected the concert scene with a usually forgotten tradition of popular song and Mexican folklore. Many of his compositions are strongly influenced …

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Galeron by Alirio Diaz

Galeron (Study) by Alirio Diaz (1923-) Díaz was born in Caserio La Candelaria, a small village near Carora in western Venezuela. In 1951 he went to Siena (Italy), seeking to study with Andrés Segovia. There he impressed Segovia greatly with his flawless technique and extensive repertoire.

Marcha by Julio Sagreras

Marchaby Julio Salvador Sagreras (1879-1942) Julio Salvador Sagreras was an Argentine guitarist and composer. His parents were guitarists, who taught him the guitar very early. He progressed quickly and became professor of guitar in Académia de Bellas Artes. In 1905 he opened his own school, Academia de Guitarra.

Aire Venezolano by Alirio Diaz

Aire Venezolano (Study) by Alirio Diaz (1923-) Díaz was born in Caserio La Candelaria, a small village near Carora in western Venezuela. In 1951 he went to Siena (Italy), seeking to study with Andrés Segovia. There he impressed Segovia greatly with his flawless technique and extensive repertoire.

Cancion by Alirio Diaz

Cancion (Study) by Alirio Diaz (1923-) Díaz was born in Caserio La Candelaria, a small village near Carora in western Venezuela. In 1951 he went to Siena (Italy), seeking to study with Andrés Segovia. There he impressed Segovia greatly with his flawless technique and extensive repertoire.

Aguinaldo by Alirio Diaz

Aguinaldo (Study) by Alirio Diaz (1923-) Díaz was born in Caserio La Candelaria, a small village near Carora in western Venezuela. In 1951 he went to Siena (Italy), seeking to study with Andrés Segovia. There he impressed Segovia greatly with his flawless technique and extensive repertoire.