I have been looking at a lullaby-like piece by Dionisio Aguado called Andante Cantabile, No. 25 from 25 Pièces Pour Guitare. Here is a link to the score in the Danish Royal Library: http://www2.kb.dk/elib/noder/rischel/RIBS0010.pdf
. The score was published by Lemoine & Son of Paris in 1887.
The piece is made up of four repeat sections, the first two in A-major, and the second two in A-minor. The end of the A-major section has a "FIN" mark. However, I am unclear how to interpret the D.C. at the end in conjunction with the two Segno marks at the beginning and the end of the work. Using modern nomenclature, would this be interpreted the same as showing "D.C. al Fine" at the end of the A-minor section (i.e. repeat from the beginning to the "FIN" or "Fine" mark)?