Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to D09

The 3rd collection comprises the scores published by Jean-François Delcamp for levels D07 to D09, as well as transcriptions of all the lute works of Johann Sebastian Bach, the complete concert works of Francisco Tárrega, and the complete works of Miguel Llobet. Subscribe to the "020 Usergroup" for permission to download these scores for classical guitar.
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Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to D09

Postby Jean-François Delcamp » Tue Jul 05, 2005 12:04 pm

Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels D07 to D09

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Image Georg Philipp TELEMANN (1681-1767)
telemann_concerto_twv40_202___2014-06-01.pdf
Georg Philipp TELEMANN (1681-1767) - Concerto en ré majeur pour 4 guitares TWV 40:202 - 22 pages - Revised by Jean-François Delcamp


Image Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750)
jsbach_lute___2014-06-01.pdf
Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750) - L’oeuvre pour luth : Suite BWV 995, Suite BWV 996, Partita BWV 997, Prelude, Fugue et Allegro BWV 998, Prelude BWV 999, Fugue BWV 1000, Partita BWV 1006a - 104 pages - Revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp


Image Fernando SOR (1778-1839)
sor_fernando_20etudes___2014-06-01.pdf
Fernando SOR (1778-1839) - 20 Études pour guitare - 62 pages - Revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp


Image Matteo CARCASSI (1792-1853)
carcassi_25etudes_opus_60___2014-06-01.pdf
Matteo CARCASSI (1792-1853) - 25 Études mélodiques progressives opus 60 - 66 pages - Revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp


Image Francisco TÁRREGA (1852-1909)
tarrega_integral_de_guitarra___2014-06-01.pdf
Francisco TÁRREGA (1852-1909) - Integral de las obras de concierto para guitarra sola - 196 pages - Revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp
Preludio, sobre un tema de Mendelsshon - Preludio número 6, en si mayor - La Cartagenera, sobre motivos populares - Estudio en si minor - Danza Mora, en si minor - Preludio número 4 - Lágrima - ¡Adelita! Mazurka - Pavana, en mi mayor - Estudio, sobre un tema de Wagner - Estudio, sobre un tema de Verdi - Estudio de Velocidad, en mi mayor - Preludio, en mi mayor - Preludio, pentatonica - Preludio número 5 - Minuetto - Estudio, en mi minor - Malagueña, Fácil - Preludio número 2 - Preludio sobre los gruppetos - Isabel, valses de Strauss - Estudio en forma de Minuetto - Estudio en arpégios, en la mayor - Danza Odalisca, en la mayor - Recuerdos de la Alhambra - Preludio número 13, sobre Schumann - Preludio número 7, en la mayor - Preludio número 8, en la mayor - Maria, Gavota - Las dos hermanitas - Estudio Brillante de Alard - ¡Sueño!, trémolo-estudio - Preludio número 9, en la mayor - Gran vals, en la mayor - Estudio en terceras, en la mayor - Alborada, Capricho - Estudio de Damas - El Carnaval de Venicia - Preludio, en la minor - Preludio número 12, en la minor - Preludio número 14, sobre Bach - Estudio ostinato, en la mayor - Estudio de escalas - ¡Marieta!, Mazurka - Andantino, en la mayor - Gran jota de concierto - Preludio número 1 - Preludio número 10, en ré mayor - Rosita, Polka - La Mariposa, Estudio - El Raton, Tango - Fantasia Traviata - Endecha, Preludio - Preludio número 11, en ré mayor - Pepita, Polka - Vals, en ré mayor - Capricho Árabe, Serenata - Preludio, en ré mayor - Oremus, Preludio - Estudio de Cramer - El Columpio, en ré mayor - Fantasia Marina - Preludio número 3, en sol mayor - Preludio en sol mayor - Estudio sobre "J'ai du bon tabac" - Mazurka, en sol - Tango, en sol - Preludio en do mayor - Paquito, vals en do mayor - Sueño, Mazurka.


Image Miguel LLOBET (1878-1938)
llobet_en___2010-05-29.pdf
Miguel LLOBET (1878-1938) - Biographie et oeuvres pour guitare - 84 pages - Revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp and members
Romanza, Estudio capricho, Estudio en mi mayor, Mazurka, Variaciones sobre un tema opus 15 de Sor, Scherzo-Vals, Respuesta, Prelude-Original en mi mayor, Preludio en ré mayor, Preludio in mi mayor, Preludio en la mayor, La Filla d’el Marxant, Plany, Lo Fill del Rei, Cançó de Lladre, El Testament d'Amelia, El Noi de la Mare, Lo Rossinyol, L'Hereu Riera, El Mestre, La nit de Nadal, La Filadora, La Pastoreta. 84 pages.


LEVEL 7
delcamp_d07___2014-12-01.pdf
D07 - Collection of works revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp – 170 pages
Luys de Narváez : Baxa de contrapunto - Conde claros - Bálint Bakfark : Non dite mai - Alonso Mudarra : Fantasias 10 et 14 - Adrian Le Roy : Fantasie 2 - Giulio Cesare Barbetta : Moresca detta il mattacino - John Dowland : Melancholy galliard - Sir John Smith, his almain - Francesco Corbetta : Gavotte - Ludovico Roncalli : Gigua - Jean-Philippe Rameau : Le Lardon - Menuet en rondeau - Les Tricotets - Johann Sebastian Bach : Préludes BWV 846, 998 et 999 - Allemande BWV 996 - Sarabande BWV 997 - Domenico Scarlatti : Sonate K 322 - Georg Friedrich Händel : Fughette - Fernando Sor : Etude opus 6 n°11 - Les folies d'Espagne - Menuetto - Anton Diabelli : Menuet - Dionisio Aguado : Estudio n°18 - Luigi Legnani : Caprice n°5 - Matteo Carcassi : Etude n°20 - Johann Kaspar Mertz : Capriccio - Félix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy : Romance sans paroles opus 19 - Frédéric Chopin : Valse n°2 opus 34 - Antonio Cano-Curriela : El Delirio - Juan Parga : Guarija - Edvard Grieg : Melodie - Juan Alais : La Mendozina - Francisco Tárrega : ¡Adelita! - Pavana - Preludio 2 - Maria - Pepita - Oremus - Paquito - Carlos García Tolsa : Maruja - Ernesto Júlio Nazareth : Odeon - Antonio Jiménez Manjón : Tu y yo - La Mariposa - Erik Satie : Gymnopédie n°1 - Enrique Granados : Valse I - Dedicatoria - Miguel Llobet : El Testament d'Amelia - Zequinha de Abreu : Tico-tico - João Teixeira Guimarães (Pernambuco) : Recordando Nazareth - Pó de Mico - Agustín Barrios Mangoré : Villancico de Navidad - London Carapé - Preludio en do menor - Carlos Gardel : Por una cabeza - Jean-François Delcamp : Saturdy - Polka - La boutique du magicien distrait - Mazurka - Or et azur - Tango en mi - 6 variations sur la Partida - Exercices : Mordant et trille sur deux cordes.


LEVEL 8
delcamp_d08___2014-06-01.pdf
D08 - Collection of works revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp – 202 pages
John Dowland : King of Denmark, his galliard - Girolamo Frescobaldi : Aria detta la Frescobalda - Dietrich Buxtehude : Suite BuxWV 236 - Jean-Philippe Rameau : Rigaudons et Double - Johann Sebastian Bach : Gavotte BWV 1006a - Domenico Scarlatti : Sonate K 78 - Georg Friedrich Händel : Sarabande - Sylvius Léopold Weiss : Fantaisie - Ciacona - Louis Claude Daquin : Le coucou - Ludwig Van Beethoven : Bagatelle Für Elise - Mateo Albéniz : Sonate - Fernando Sor : Grand solo opus 14 - Etude opus 29 n°17 - Mauro Giuliani : Variations opus 107 - Matteo Carcassi : Variations sur Au clair de la lune opus 7 - Etude opus 60 n°25 - Franz Schubert : Menuet opus 78 - Johann Kaspar Mertz : Tarantelle - Napoléon Coste : Etude n°23 - Félix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy : Canzonetta opus 12 - Sebastián de Iradier : La Paloma - Georges Bizet : L'amour est enfant de Bohème - Francisco Tárrega : Recuerdos de la Alhambra - Las dos hermanitas - Gran vals - Capricho Árabe - Tango - Isaac Albéniz : Granada - Asturias - Ernesto Júlio Nazareth : Apanhei-te cavaquinho - Antonio Jiménez Manjón : Cuento de amor - Lola - Enrique Granados : Oriental - Luigi Mozzani : Feste Lariane - Miguel Llobet : La Filla del Marxant - Cançó de Lladre - João Teixeira Guimarães (Pernambuco) : Interrogando - Agustín Barrios Mangoré : Julia Florida - Valse opus 8, n°4 - Valse opus 8, n°3 - Jean-François Delcamp : Viviane - Sunday - Impromptu n°1.


LEVEL 9
delcamp_d09___2014-06-01.pdf
D09 - Collection of works revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp – 158 pages
Clément Janequin : La guerre - John Dowland : A Fantasie n°VII - Daniell Batcheler : Mounsiers Almaine - Jean-Philippe Rameau : Menuet - Tambourin - Domenico Scarlatti : Sonate K 11 - Johann Sebastian Bach : Choral BWV 147 - Choral BWV 645 - Fugue BWV 1000 - Prélude et Presto BWV 995 - Sylvius Léopold Weiss : Passagaille - Tombeau sur la mort du comte Logy - Fernando Sor : Variations sur Malbroug opus 28 - Mauro Giuliani : Grande ouverture opus 61 - Dionisio Aguado : Fandango opus 16 - Frédéric Chopin : Valse n°2 opus 64 - José Viñas y Dias : Fantasia Original - Francisco Tárrega : Danza Mora - Alborada - Estudio Brillante - Mazurka en sol - Isaac Albéniz : Prelude opus 165 - Malagueña opus 165 - Capricho Catalan opus 165 - Rumores de la calleta opus 71 - Enrique Granados : Danza Española n°5 opus 37 - Joaquim Malats : Serenata Española - Miguel Llobet : Estudio en mi mayor - El Mestre - El Noi de la Mare - Agustín Barrios Mangoré : Estudio de concierto - La catedral - Las abejas.



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BalO

Postby BalO » Wed Jul 06, 2005 1:37 pm

Thanx DelCamp, but i would appriciate it if anyone could translate this in English to understand the entire thing.. By the way, thanx for the PDF Files!

BobM

Postby BobM » Wed Jul 06, 2005 4:36 pm

Hi Bal0

The general translation is that in order to print (pdf) or listen (MP3) to what is here you need to download it first and do it from your computer, and that every 2 months more goodies will be added.

Now, por the general public, you are allowed to download and use it for personal purposes only and in exchange we need to let other friends to know about the site.

For the teachers, they are authorized to use the material and copy it for the students, they may need to add by hand the finguerings according to their pedagogical needs.

I hope this pseudo-translation helps.

Bob

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Postby Sanft » Wed Jul 06, 2005 10:03 pm

Wow! Now this simply great! I can't wait to see the Tarrega!
Clemens :D
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BalO

Postby BalO » Thu Jul 07, 2005 2:33 pm

Thanx Alot for the translation, and i can´t wait untill he next 2 months :)

cconsaul

I am impressed

Postby cconsaul » Sun Jul 10, 2005 7:54 pm

And Humbled. It's a pleasure to be in such good company.

anathem

Postby anathem » Sun Jul 31, 2005 12:18 pm

this is veryyy good :D the tarrega section is most appealing can't wqait for it! just great! :delcamp_fiesta:

cprovinse

Postby cprovinse » Tue Aug 02, 2005 9:58 pm

Certainly worth 40 posts. This is a great site. Thanks you Mr. Delcamp for the wonderful music and the brush up on my Francais!

Anonymous

Tarrega

Postby Anonymous » Wed Aug 10, 2005 4:19 pm

I couldn't get the Tarrega PDF's to come up.

Any suggestions?

anathem

Postby anathem » Wed Aug 10, 2005 5:18 pm

theyre not posted yet wait something like a month and theyll be there :okok:

tenn

Postby tenn » Fri Aug 12, 2005 12:39 pm

Thanks Jean-Francois. A lot of work has gone into this site. I have to confess though that I won't come close to playing most of this for a few years. Still, I can dream and in the meantime keep working at it.

Thomas

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Postby Michael » Wed Aug 17, 2005 6:39 am

Just got here myself too.

Many thanks to Jean-Francois for a wonderful site.

Many thanks, too, to the interesting people who subscribe to this site and make it what it is. Long may it continue.

I, too, am excited about the Tarrega collection, roll on September 15th or thereabouts!

ky-jelly

Postby ky-jelly » Sun Sep 04, 2005 9:15 pm

i still cant believe that soon I will have the complete works of Tarrega at my disposal I cant wait to start working on them!!!

Merci Jean-Francois!!!! :D

Azalais

Postby Azalais » Sun Sep 04, 2005 11:56 pm

Thank you again J-F!

I will echo what someone on the French forum asked:
"Do you ever sleep?"

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Postby Jean-François Delcamp » Mon Sep 05, 2005 6:52 am

Azalais wrote:..."Do you ever sleep?"


oui, je dors très bien :lol: ... et je dors tous les jours.

Les intégrales de Bach et de Tarrega, j'y travaille depuis 5 ans par petites doses, un quart d'heure tous les jours.

Si vous avez cette impression d'intense activité, c'est juste parce que ces beaucoup de ces travaux aboutissent maintenant.

D'autres intégrales vont suivrent dans quelques mois : celles de Gaspar Sanz, de Mudara, des transcriptions d'Albeniz, de Granados etc ....

Jean-François
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