Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels D10 to D12

The 4th collection comprises the scores published by Jean-François Delcamp for levels D10 to D12, as well as transcriptions of Albeniz and Granados. Subscribe to the "020 Usergroup" for permission to download these scores for classical guitar.
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Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels D10 to D12

Post by Jean-François Delcamp » Mon Dec 24, 2007 8:36 am

Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels D10 to D12

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Image Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909)
albeniz_suite_espagnole_opus47___2014-06-01.pdf
Suite Española opus 47 - 56 pages - revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp
- 1 Granada
- 2 Cataluña
- 3 Sevilla
- 4 Cadiz
- 5 Asturias
- 6 Aragon
- 7 Castilla
- 8 Cuba.


Image Enrique Granados (1867-1916)
granados_danses_opus_37___2014-06-01.pdf
12 Danzas Españolas opus 37 - 66 pages - revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp
- n°1 Galante, menuet
- n°2 Oriental
- n°3 Fandango
- n°4 Villanesca
- n°5 Andaluza o Playera
- n°6 Rondalla aragonese
- n°7 Valenciana o Calesara
- n°8 Sardana o Asturiana
- n°9 Romántica, mazurka
- n°10 Melancolica o Danza triste
- n°11 Arabesca o Zambra
- n°12 Bolero.


LEVEL 10
delcamp_d10___2014-06-01.pdf
D10 - Collection of works revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp – 130 pages
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni : Adagio - François Couperin : Les Baricades Mistérieuses - Jean-Philippe Rameau : Le rappel des oiseaux. John Dowland : Forlone hope fancy. Domenico Scarlatti : Sonate K. 146 / L. 349. Johann Sebastian Bach : Prélude BWV 996 - Fugue BWV 998 - Prélude BWV 1006a. Padre Antonio Soler : Sonate n° 84. Fernando Sor : Largo opus 7 - Variations sur un thème de Mozart opus 9. Francisco Tárrega : Fantasia Traviata - Fantasia Marina. Isaac Albéniz : Torre Bermeja opus 92 - Cadiz, opus 47 - Mallorca opus 202. Enrique Granados : Danza Española n°10 - Danza Española n°4 - La Maja de Goya. Claude Debussy : La fille aux cheveux de lin. Miguel Llobet : Scherzo-Vals. Agustín Barrios Mangoré : El ultimo tremolo - Choro da Saudade - Cueca.


LEVEL 11
delcamp_d11___2014-06-01.pdf
D11 - Collection of works revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp – 158 pages
Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Gavotte et ses 6 Doubles - Bach, Johann Sebastian : Fugue BWV 997 - Choral Prelude BWV 639 - Prélude BWV 881, Air BWV 1068 - Scarlatti, Domenico : Sonate K 380 en mi majeur - Paganini, Niccolò : Grande sonate en la majeur - Mertz, Johann Kaspar : Élégie - Regondi, Giulio : Introduction et caprice opus 23 - Tárrega, Francisco : El Carnaval de Venicia - Albéniz, Isaac : Sevilla opus 47 - Tango opus 165 - Zortizco opus 165 - Bajo la palmera opus 232 - Debussy, Claude : Golliwogg's cake-walk - Minstrels - Granados, Enrique : Danza Española n°6 opus 37 - Valses Poeticos - Llobet, Miguel : Respuesta - Agustín Barrios Mangoré : Danza Paraguaya - Maxixe - Variations on a theme of Tárrega.


LEVEL 12
delcamp_d12___2014-06-01.pdf
D12 - Collection of works revised and fingerings by Jean-François Delcamp – 172 pages
Rameau, Jean-Philippe : Suite en mi - Les cyclopes - Bach, Johann Sebastian : Partita II, en ré mineur BWV 1004 - Prélude BWV 889 - Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus : Divertimento IV KV 229 - Paganini, Niccolò : Caprice 5 - Caprice 24 - Dubez, Johann : Fantaisie sur des motifs hongrois - Roussel, Albert : Segovia opus 29 - Albéniz, Isaac : Cataluña opus 47 - Aragon opus 47 - Castilla opus 47 - Granados, Enrique : Danza Española n°9 Romantica opus 37 - Llobet, Miguel : Variaciones sobre un tema de sor, opus 15 - José, Antonio : Sonata.


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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by Paul Saywood » Mon Dec 24, 2007 8:41 am

Thank you Mr. Delcamp for these wonderful revised and beautiful pieces of work. You are so dedicated and work so hard, we are so lucky to have you do all this for us. :merci: :delcamp_ cool: :bravo:

Paul

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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by Vesuvio » Mon Dec 24, 2007 9:02 am

Bonjour Jean-François,

Merveilleux! Merci beaucoup!

Cordialement, V :D :merci:
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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by Erik Zurcher » Mon Dec 24, 2007 11:10 am

Merci beaucoup, Jean Francois! Vous êtes trop généreux!
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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by Jeremy » Tue Dec 25, 2007 4:40 pm

Wow! Maybe in a year or so I'll be able to have a go at some of these.

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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by Løød » Tue Dec 25, 2007 4:53 pm

Fantastic! Thanks a lot :D

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Post by guitarforthejuan » Fri Dec 28, 2007 8:08 pm

All I can do is repeat what has been said....wow. Thanks for this and for everything you do for the classical guitar.

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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by MickeyD » Thu Jan 03, 2008 8:30 pm

Thank you for accepting me in this group. At the present moment the scores are difficult for me to attempt, but I hope to play up to this level soon. Thanks to everyone in the forum and especially to M. Delcamp.

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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by LPLIV » Thu Jan 03, 2008 9:01 pm

Thanks Mr. Delcamp for all your hard work....... This is great.....

Phil

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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by Rick714 » Fri Jan 04, 2008 2:54 am

A heart-felt thank you!

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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by rounie » Sat Jan 05, 2008 3:22 pm

Respected Jean-François Delcamp,
Great work,keep it up.Your Dedication is an inspiration to all of us.Thank you for it;and thanks for my acceptance into this group.
Let Music Unite All............
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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by Denian Arcoleo » Sat Jan 05, 2008 3:28 pm

Thank you very much JFD for the amazing dedication to our instrument, these transcriptions are just great. :D

All the very best and have a great 2008

Denian

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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by Ted O'Farrell » Sat Jan 05, 2008 6:25 pm

Needless to say, but just let me say

Thank You JFD so very much for your scores, your love for the guitar,
this website and forum, keeping classical guitar alive and thriving...

with grateful gratitude

Ted :)
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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by neo18 » Sun Jan 06, 2008 1:55 pm

Hello Mr. Delcamp,

what a great gift.

Thank you very much for your scores. :D

Greetings
neo

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Re: Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels 11 to 12

Post by pacifica » Fri Jan 11, 2008 1:20 pm

Thank you again Mr. Delcamp.

This site and your hard work has given me a new found interest and motivation to continue to learn, improve and develop on the best instrument that mankind has ever created!

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