Collection of scores for guitar - Levels D01 to D03

The 1st collection comprises scores published by Jean-François Delcamp for levels D01 to D03. Permission to download these scores is granted after a member has had 2 messages approved by the moderators.
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Collection of scores for guitar - Levels D01 to D03

Postby Jean-François Delcamp » Sun Jun 18, 2006 7:09 am

Collection of scores for guitar - levels D01 to D03

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Scores, online guitar lessons, audio and/or video documents found on Delcamp.net are free and royalty free and may be used for non-commercial and individual purpose. You are not authorized to distribute one or more copies of any of the above mentioned, in native or converted format. Provided you are a guitar teacher and a registered user on Delcamp.net’s forums, you are authorized to give away printed copies of scores to students who do not have internet access. In such case, the help you provide to our forums’ users compensates for these free scores. In the event one would cease to participate in the forum(s) and stop helping members, one will have to stop using Delcamp.net documents.
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Permission to download these scores is granted after a member has had 2 messages approved by the moderators.



LEVEL D01
delcamp_d01___2014-06-01.pdf
D01 - Collection of works revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp – 66 pages
Anonyme : A la claire fontaine - Ah ! Mon beau château - Ah vous dirais-je maman - Alouette, gentille alouette - Au clair de la lune - Cadet Rousselle - C'est la cloche du vieux manoir - Chanson Italienne - Danse anglaise - Danse villageoise - Donnes moi la fleur - Doucement, doucement - Fais dodo, colas mon p'tit frère - Frère Jacques - Il est minuit - J'ai du bon tabac - Jig - La bonne aventure - La Cucaracha - La tête bizarde - Le coucou - Lo, nous marchons sur un étroit chemin - London's burning - Lundi matin - Menuet en ré majeur - No le daba el sol - O bella ciao - Old Mac Donald - Quand j'étais chez mon père - Ricercar en la mineur - Savez vous planter des choux ? - Scarborough Fair - Sur le pont d'Avignon - Une souris verte - Vent frais, vent du matin - Volt - Adrian Le Roy : Branles de Poictou n°2 et 4 - Gaspar Sanz : Villano - J. A. P. Schultz : Hymne - Joseph Küffner : Andantino [2] - Étude - Fernando Sor : Leçons opus 60 n°1, 2 et 3 - Dionisio Aguado : Valse - Antonio Cano-Curriela : Divertissement - Jean-François Delcamp : Accords - Arpèges - Bref n°1, 2 et 3 - Cordes à vide - Gammes de do majeur - Gamme de sol majeur - Gammes en tierces et liaisons - Polyphonie - Sol-la-si-do - Improvisation.


LEVEL D02
delcamp_d02___2014-06-01.pdf
D02 - Collection of works revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp – 92 pages
Anonyme : Atoye - Irish Tune - Pavane - Canario - Danse Brandbourgeoise - Danse d'Avila - Que ne suis-je la fougère - Danse - Écossaise - Menuet - Menuet, 1750 - Hans Judenkönig : Christ ist erstanden - Thoinot Arbeau : Pavane - Adrian Le Roy : Branle de Poictou n° 3 - Gaspar Sanz : Mariona - Dance de las hachas - Españoleta - Las hachas - John Anton Logy : Gigue - Johann-Philipp Krieger : Menuet - Henry Purcell : Menuet - Johann Sebastian Bach : Menuets BWV 1007 - Ferdinando Carulli : Sautillante - Arpeggi - Valse - Allegretto - Ecossaise - Rondo - Fernando Sor : Andante n°1 opus 44 - Allegretto n°2 opus 44 - Leçons opus 60 n°4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 et 15 - Juan Bobrowicz : Danse - Joseph Meissonnier : Andante - Mauro Giuliani : Écossaise - Matteo Carcassi : Andante - Sauteuse - Felix Horetzky : Amusement - Stephen Collins Foster : Oh! Susanna - José Ferrer Y Esteve : Ejercicio n°6 - Jean-François Delcamp : Carnet de notes n°2 - Soleares - Malagueña - Petit Boogie - Exercices : Liaisons - Eteinte des résonances - Extensions - Arpèges - Cejilla - Gammes - Improvisation.


LEVEL D03
delcamp_d03___2014-06-01.pdf
D03 - Collection of works revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp – 110 pages
Anonyme : Greensleeves - Gwin ar c'hallaoued - Maro Pontkalleg - Passemeze - Valse en sol - Vidalita - Welscher tanz - O cravo e a rosa - Carnavalito - Samba lele - Nesta rua - Adrian Le Roy : Branles de Bourgogne n° 1, 3 et 9 - Santino Garsi da Parma : Correnta - Francis Cutting : Packington's Pound - Emmanuel Adriaenssen : Branle - Gaspar Sanz : Batalla - Canciones - Clarin de los mosqueteros - Clarines y trompetas - Dos trompetas - Gallarda - La Buelta - La Coquina Francesa - La Garzona - La minima de Portugal - La Miñona de cataluña - Lantururu - Le Esfacheta de Napoles - Paradetas - Pavana - Rujero - Torneo - Johann Kaspar Fischer : Gavotte - Turlough O'Carolan : Brian Boru's March - Michel Corrette : Aux armes camarades - Ramonez-ci ramonez-là - Joseph Haydn : Menuet - Ferdinando Carulli : Andante - Arpeggi – 2 Valses - Antonio Nava : Valse - Fernando Sor : Exercice n°1 et 2 opus 35 - Leçon n°1 opus 31 - Leçons opus 60 n°7, 11, 12, 13 et 14 - Valse n°1 opus 48 - Dionisio Aguado : Egercicios n°4 et 7 Op.6 - Ejercicio n°4 - Leccion n°13, 15 et 19 - Menuet - Matteo Carcassi : Allegretto - Andantino - Marche - Valse - José Ferrer Y Esteve : Ejercicio n°9 - Jean-François Delcamp : Tango - Malagueña fácil - Avec la gamme pentatonique - Novelette n°1 - Novelette n°2 - Exercices : Accords - Arpèges - Cejilla - Eteintes des résonances - Extensions - Gammes - Legato, staccato - Liaisons - Mordants et trilles - Improvisation.


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neo18

Just a question about sheetmusic and copyright

Postby neo18 » Thu Jun 22, 2006 2:11 pm

Hello,

as i read in the rules, the Composer of the sheet-music must
died before 1931 (2006-75).

How is it possible, that some of the composer in the sheet-music-collection, doesn't depend on this rules?

For instance:
Julio Salvador SAGRERAS (1879-1942)
Joao GUIMARAES PERNAMBUCO (1883-1947)
Jane Domingos SEMENZATO (1880?-1940?)
Augustin BARRIOS MANGORÉ (1885-1944)


WEED (1946)
Oleg KISELEV (1964)
Dirk *** Site blocked for copyright reasons *** (1961)
Gilles LOUÏSE (1956)
Oscar CÁRDENAS (1966)
José Antonio (ñico) ROJAS (1921)


Aren't the scores of that composers copyright-protected.
Are this composers public domain ?
if yes, why?

Thank you for your answers i'm very interested.

Cheers
neo

Azalais

Public Domain exceptions?

Postby Azalais » Thu Jun 22, 2006 4:56 pm

Thank you for compiling the list neo! I know that there are certain ones that have specific exceptions... (people who died without heirs, or who have given their permission for example) I will ask Mr Delcamp to have a look... and maybe we can finally have a list of them (with the reasons) for us to refer to.

Give it some time... while we work on it... and thank you again.

neo18

Postby neo18 » Thu Jun 22, 2006 6:53 pm

Hi Azalais,


your welcome!
Don't hurry !

Thank you for your help.

Cheers
neo

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[PUBLIC DOMAIN EXCEPTIONS DETAILS]

Postby Jean-François Delcamp » Thu Jun 22, 2006 7:03 pm

Hi neo18,
Julio Salvador SAGRERAS (1879-1942) Only certain pieces published by companies that have disappeared For example, the Sagreras "lessons" are all still protected

Joao GUIMARAES PERNAMBUCO (1883-1947) ok
Jane Domingos SEMENZATO (1880?-1940?) ok
Augustin BARRIOS MANGORÉ (1885-1944) ok
WEED (1946) ok
Oleg KISELEV (1964) Only the pieces published at Delcamp.net
Dirk *** Site blocked for copyright reasons *** (1961) ok
Gilles LOUÏSE (1956) ok
Oscar CÁRDENAS (1966) Only the pieces published at Delcamp.net
José Antonio (ñico) ROJAS (1921) Only the pieces published at Delcamp.net


Jean-François Delcamp
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neo18

Postby neo18 » Thu Jun 22, 2006 8:38 pm

Hi Mr. Delcamp,

thank you for your answer.

Can someone translate this in english :oops:

Cheers
neo

Azalais

Postby Azalais » Thu Jun 22, 2006 11:22 pm

Thank you both!

neo18

Postby neo18 » Fri Jun 23, 2006 10:13 am

Hello Azalais,

Thank you very much for translating.

Now we are all well informed :-)

:merci:

cheers
neo

cavanc

Postby cavanc » Sat Jul 15, 2006 2:40 pm

Thank you very much for your collection! I love it!!! :D

Jon Muniz

Postby Jon Muniz » Fri Jul 21, 2006 8:27 pm

We've found the motherlode... great idea with the forum and all, I am impressed with such an interactive website.

Andre B.

wow

Postby Andre B. » Fri Sep 29, 2006 2:35 am

wow thanks.

This is awsome.

So much music, my fingers are gonne fall off...

xbc345

Postby xbc345 » Sat Sep 30, 2006 8:43 pm

I agree with everyone that's posted that this is an excellent resource of classical music that should keep you busy for at least an year. Thank you for all your work.

Dach

Postby Dach » Thu Oct 26, 2006 10:42 am

Within minutes of getting my e-mail of approval for the 02 forum I was here. I went and made a pot of coffee and got my first cup.

I knew I was in for a treat!
What a wonderful web sight Mr. Delcamp! Thank you and all the mods and other people that make this the classical guitar hot spot.

I live in a relatively small town without even a music store . Here online I can talk and browse and even have my morning coffee while doing what I enjoy.

benups2

Thank you!

Postby benups2 » Sat Oct 28, 2006 2:07 pm

This is the kind of resource there needs to be more of. People who love music, and share it so other people can learn to love it as well. Thanks so much!

Ben

dees

Postby dees » Mon Oct 30, 2006 6:19 am

M.Delcamp merci beaucoup!!!


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