Classical Guitar Solos
Guitar - Advanced Intermediate
Composed by Vivaldi, Bach, Satie, Sontonga/de Villiers, Tarrega, Schumann, Aguado. Arranged by Dennis McCorkle. Classical Period. Individual Part, Lead Sheet, Solo Part, Tablature. 28 pages. Published by DF McCorkle Music and eBook Publications (S0.2534).
Item Number: S0.2534
Collection of eight solo guitar compositions: Gymnopedies I (from Three Gymnopedies) by Erik Satie, L'Inverno II, Op.8, No.4 - Largo (from The Four Seasons) by Antonio Vivaldi, Invention No. 1, BWV 772 by Johann Sebastian Bach, Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrica (Lord Bless Africa) by E. Sontonga and M.L. de Villiers, Etude in E Minor by Francisco Tárrega, Spanish Ballad (Romance), Melody, (from Album for the Young) by Robert Schumann, Etude in E Minor by Dionisio Aguado y García arranged for solo classical guitar by Dennis McCorkle.
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