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Sheet music for Francisco Tarrega
Composed by Francisco Tarrega (1852-1909). Edited by Frederic Zigante. Max Eschig. Classical. Softcover. 104 pages. Editions Max Eschig #DF16148. Published by Editions Max Eschig (HL.50595191).
Composed by Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909). Edited by Francisco Tarrega. Music Sales America. Classical. 8 pages. Union Musical Ediciones #UMG21657. Published by Union Musical Ediciones (HL.14001408).
Guitar - easy to intermediate
40 Easy Original Works and Arrangements. Composed by Francisco Tarrega (1852-1909). Arranged by Martin Hegel. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Guitar. Classical. Softcover. 36 pages. Schott Music #ED21857. Published by Schott Music (HL.49044489).
Guitar Solo. Composed by Francisco Tarrega (1852-1909). Arranged by D. Benko. EMB Musica per chitarra. Book Only. Editio Musica Budapest #EMBZ8653. Published by Editio Musica Budapest (HL.50510207).
Piano trio (Score & Parts) - easy to intermediate
Piano Trio. Composed by Francisco Tarrega (1852-1909). Arranged by Wolfgang Birtel. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Piano Ensemble. Classical. Score and parts. 16 pages. Schott Music #ED20685. Published by Schott Music (HL.49018212).
Guitar - Difficulty: medium
Book/Online Audio. By Francisco Tarrega and Paul Henry. Guitar Collection. Classical Period. Softcover guitar tablature songbook and examples CD. With guitar tablature, standard notation and introductory text. 64 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.698993).
- Adelita, preludio per chitarra
- Alborada, per chitarra
- Capricho árabe. serenata per chitarra
- Estudio de concierto
- Danza mora
- Gran jota, per chitarra
- Havanera in sol per chitarra
- Lagrima, preludio per chitarra
- Marieta, mazurca per chitarra
- 12 Preludi per chitarra
- Recuerdos de la Alhambra, per chitarra
- Romanza, per chitarra
- Studio in tremolo, per chitarra
- Tango per chitarra
Tárrega was in many ways the father of the modern guitar. During his lifetime the collection of small, quiet instruments of varying shapes had standardised on a large and sturdy form that we know today. Tárrega was something of jose of all trades. He was a teacher, enthusiastically organising club meetings and concerts; he was a performer, popularising the new guitar; he arranged many pieces for the instruments; and he wrote a range of music for technical study and performance, the most famous of which is Recuerdos de la Alhambra, a musical portrait of the cool courtyards of Granada’s Moorish palace.