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A little something off the beaten path from romantic times. American guitarist/composer E.H. Frey with his "Spanish Dance" from 1892. I found this in an issue of S.S. Stewart's Banjo and Guitar Journal.
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What a delightful little piece, I can see why you chose to play it for us. Do you know where we can get the score? I know that others as well as me would enjoy trying our hand at this piece. I think that I'll just listen to it again.
Thank you for giving us this opportunity to hear you play, I really enjoyed hearing you.
Music touches the heart, but playing classical guitar can lift your heart and enrich your life.
Thanks Sean and Kay. Most of the American composers from the 1800s to early 1900s will be unknown to most guitarists. That era of American music has basically been forgotten. Kay, you can find the score here...https://urresearch.rochester.edu/instit ... onNumber=1. Scroll down to the Feb/Mar 1892 issue of S.S. Stewart's Banjo and Guitar Journal. You might also enjoy reading about what the guitar/banjo scene was like then. There are over 40 issues to freely download and read/play from. All this music is in the public domain.