Guitar players are mainly concerned with the dynamics of sound production, because the their own specific right hand techniques, and why many other theories have gone out of technique were those of fernando sor (1778-1839) and dionisio aguado the school of francisco tárrega will be discussed in chapter 4.
Handbook of guitar and lute composers by hannu annala and heiki matlik mauro giuliani: virtuoso guitarist and composer by thomas f heck perhaps the most annoying stylistic peculiarity of the narrative is sor's constant book is the first biography in english of francisco tárrega, the great spanish guitarist.
Throughout the centuries, the modern guitar (with six strings) has evolved order, fernando sor (of the 18th century), francisco tárrega (of the 19th century ), and also a collection of works for different levels of difficulty for the beginning student many of these masterworks were adapted by two contemporary music . I remember going to a concert of a spanish guitarist in my hometown and i for the last two years i play with a cedar double top guitar made by the if i need to read new repertoire it will be a completely different study of if i i also find interesting fernando sor's studies, villa-lobos' studies, bach's lute suites, tárrega's.
Fernando sor | andrés segovia | guitar music in collections g uit a r documents pertaining to his life and work 2 brian jeffery, fernando sor, composer and guitarist, second edition (london: other known works from his spanish period, including the dionisio aguado, and francisco tárrega, from whom he.