They're all in this book, expensive but well worth itcharles.patrick wrote:Hello,
I'm sure they must be on here somewhere but I've spent the last hour or so looking in various places and I can't seem to find Tarrega's transcriptions of Chopin? (I've found a few preludes and waltzes on Boije)
I've looked in the usergroups that I have access to and also in recordings of the romantic period and now also here in the requests section.
I'm specifically looking for Nocturne op.09/02 right now but in the long run I'd like to have them all.
I see plenty of mention of them on the forum but no actual links to where to find them?
Surely they're out of copyright and therefore available in an archive?Aryeh wrote:
They're all in this book, expensive but well worth it
http://www.spanishguitar.com/Product/30 ... icarfagna/
Well thank you very much.Denian Arcoleo wrote:That, my friend, is an extremely valid point.charles.patrick wrote:Surely they're out of copyright and therefore available in an archive?