Ferandiere, Fernando, 7 Solos from Arte de Tocar la Guitarra Español, Madrid, 1799

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Ferandiere, Fernando, 7 Solos from Arte de Tocar la Guitarra Español, Madrid, 1799

Post by RobMacKillop » Thu Feb 07, 2019 4:44 pm

Ferandiere wrote for the 6-course guitar, the link between the baroque and classical guitars. He wrote a huge amount of guitar music, but very little of it survives. I used the excellent Tecla edition, which includes a facsimile, a re-typed score, and a very interesting biography, oh and also a translation of the text of the book, in English and Spanish.

I hope you like it...



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