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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Rajasubramaniam Balakrishnan

Re: 2007-10-16 25 The Carcassi Etudes with fingerings.

Post by Rajasubramaniam Balakrishnan » Thu Nov 11, 2010 5:34 pm

Hello Mr.Delcamp,

You site is awesome.... In each and every post am getting valuable information about music. Thanks for your service.

Thanks,
Rajez

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Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to

Post by cagrinart » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:51 pm

Thanks a lot for these great collection Mr. Delcamp. I am looking forward to reach these rich sources.

Julio Galindo

Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to

Post by Julio Galindo » Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:24 pm

how many messages do I need in order to have access to these files?

I have more than enough material to work for a couple of years anyway from levels 4 to 6, but I was just wondering :lol:

thanks

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Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to

Post by Vlad Kosulin » Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:33 pm

40.
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(still testing various strings with 2006 Sebastian Stenzel and Olinda OC-300)

gaetanomichetti

Re: 2005-09-09 F. Tárrega - Complete Works for Guitar

Post by gaetanomichetti » Mon Nov 22, 2010 6:03 pm

Thanks so much for having all the works of Tarrega. This site becomes more incredible that more I explore. Much thanks!
gaetano

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Re: 2009-02-22 Bach, J. S. - Choral Prelude BWV 639

Post by marxtom » Tue Dec 07, 2010 7:50 am

I could not find any download point. Could anyone help me?

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Re: 2009-02-22 Bach, J. S. - Choral Prelude BWV 639

Post by Vlad Kosulin » Tue Dec 07, 2010 5:41 pm

You have to subscribe to the "040 Usergroup" (post 40 messages) for permission to download these scores. You made only 7 posts so far.
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Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to

Post by Brian Brock » Tue Dec 28, 2010 3:32 pm

fantastic. So happy about the good work you are doing here.

Rommel

Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to

Post by Rommel » Mon Jan 24, 2011 6:47 am

:roll: I thought I was dreaming and awaken still I cant believe that I have tons of collection of score at this moment.... rest assure that I will treasure this score collection forever and will continue my mission to promote :casque: classical guitar to the best I can. I say a MILLION THANKS to you Maestro "JFD" Delcamp for you are truly a generous person... for your overflowing support and motivation of the members of the forum. SPECIALLY ME !!!!!!! :merci: THANK YOU, :merci: THANK YOU, :merci: THANK YOU!!!!.... :merci: THANK YOU VERY VERY VERY VERY MUCH!!!!!! wishing you all the best, good health and God Bless!!!


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abattistel

Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to

Post by abattistel » Sat Mar 19, 2011 8:56 pm

Hello everyone, I'm new around, and still struggling to get along hehe :chaud:

anyway, I noted that all pieces are organized according to difficulty. What's are the criteria for this separation? For example, I can play "Tarantelle" by J.K. Mertz and feel light I'm miles away from playing "Asturias" or "Recuerdos de la Alhambra", all of them classified as D08. Is it me? Like, am I scared for these two famous pieces or do you all agree that difficulty of the three of them is alike?

I'd be glad, in this case, maybe I would get the guts to start studying "Asturias" :D

cheers

doctoras

Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to

Post by doctoras » Sun Apr 17, 2011 12:25 pm

La Partida is one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard. I have seen Balmaceda dancing it like a tango and from that day I'm searching for the notes to play it with my guitar. :)

ArmandoFerreira

Re: 2007-06-01 20 studies by Sor, is available

Post by ArmandoFerreira » Thu Apr 21, 2011 5:10 pm

Thanks a lot, very usefull! I'm trying the study no. 5 righ now.
As usual, a great job my friend!
Best wishes

rikart

Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to

Post by rikart » Wed May 18, 2011 1:08 pm

Very many thanks indeed for these scores. I can only admire the enormous industry you possess, and express again my gratitude for your generosity in sharing these and others with your many guitar friends.

Alejandro

Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to

Post by Alejandro » Wed May 25, 2011 1:34 pm

I wondered if there is a way to find the original edtions of Tarregas works with Tarregas own ideas for fingerings and so on. Does anyone know?

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Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to

Post by GeoffB » Wed May 25, 2011 2:45 pm

Hi Alejandro, welcome to the forum. Could I invite you to introduce yourself here?

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