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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Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to D09

Post by teddyofarrell » Tue Sep 11, 2018 12:07 am

Thank you again for your transcriptions and dedication to the guitar. I've been away from the forum for a few years, but I am now glad to be back. Trust you are having a great year. :merci: :merci: :merci:
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Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to D09

Post by Charlotte » Mon Nov 26, 2018 11:55 am

Thank you very much

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Post by lawcch » Mon Jan 14, 2019 12:48 pm

Hi Geoff
I wondered if I am qualify to join this group to learn the advance level of the guitar repertoire designed by Mr Delcamp.
I had made a request to join this group. I learnt the classical guitar last 25 years ago and still do some teaching and self learning.
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Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to D09

Post by GeoffB » Mon Jan 14, 2019 1:25 pm

Yes, in fact you only need to have 20 reasonably significant messages to join the group, so you are a bit late applying! It can take up to 24 hours for an application to be approved, but yours now is.
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Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to D09

Post by khs » Wed Mar 13, 2019 12:38 am

Thank you JFD.
The sources will be a great help to me

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Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to D09

Post by RJVB » Mon Mar 18, 2019 6:28 pm

How to interpret the level indications (sorry if I could have found that with a bit less cursory scan)?

Also, being a bit principled about authenticity, period performance etc; what composers/compositions would be justified to play on a resonator (i.e. an American instrument first conceived in the 20s)?
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Re: Master pieces of the classical guitar repertoire D07 to D09

Post by GeoffB » Mon Mar 18, 2019 6:54 pm

I can't answer your second question, but the levels here correspond to years of study at the music school where Mr. Delcamp teaches. D01 covers the first year of study, D02 the second, and so on. The scores are also presented in order of difficulty within each of those levels, to help you to progress smoothly through them. They correspond roughly, though not exactly, to grading systems used by various music institutions as described in this reply, among others.
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