Welcome to the fantastic world of classical guitar. In this site, you will find classical guitar pieces, in midi format, for one and more guitars: actually 3587 MIDI files from 93 composers. Information on how to create midi files and a tutorial on the tablature notation system is presented. Images of ancient guitars provided.
Composers are grouped in 6 pages: A-B; C-F; G-L; M-O; P-R; S-Z . J.-S. Bach , A. Barrios Mangore , N. Coste , M. Giuliani , F. Sor and F. Tarrega are on their own page
to listen to 20 great MIDI from the site
Composers in alphabetical order
|AGUADO, Dionisio||HÄNDEL, Georg F.||R|
|ALBÉNIZ, Isaac||HOLBORNE, Antony||RAVEL, Maurice|
|ARCAS, Julián||J||REGONDI, Giulio|
|AZPIAZU, Jose de||JOBIM, Antônio C.||REIS Dilermando|
|BACH, Johann-S.||LAURO, Antonio||ROBINSON, Thomas|
|BACHOVICH, Dmitri||LAWES, William||RODRIGO, Joaquín|
|BARRIOS MANGORE, A.||LECLERCQ, Norbert||ROMERO, Celedonio|
|BEETHOVEN, L.V.||LEGNANI, Luigi||S|
|BRITTEN, Benjamin||LE ROY, Adrien||SAGRERAS, Julio S.|
|BROCA, José||LLOBET, Miguel||SAINZ de la MAZA, Eduardo|
|BROUWER, Leo||LOSY(LOGY), Jan A.||SAINZ de la MAZA, Regino|
|BYRD(E), William||LOUÏSE, Gilles||SANTIAGO DE MURCIA|
|CARCASSI, Matteo||MACHADO, Celso||SAVIO, Isaias|
|CARDOSO, Jorge||MERTZ, Johann K.||SCARLATTI, Domenico|
|CARLEVARO, Abel||MILAN, Luis||SCHUBERT, Franz|
|CARULLI, Fernando||MOLINO, Francesco||SCHUMANN, Robert|
|CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO, Mario||MONTAÑA, Gentil||SCHUSTER, Vincenz|
|CHOPIN, Frédéric||MOREL, Jorge||SEGOVIA, Andrés|
|CISNEROS, Jose R.||MORENO TORROBA, Federico||SOJO, Vincente E.|
|COSTE, Napoléon||MOZART, Wolfgang A.||SOR, Fernando|
|CUTTING, Francis||MUDARRA, Alonso||T|
|DEBUSSY, Claude||NARVAEZ, Luis de||TÁRREGA, Francisco|
|DIABELLI, Anton||NAZARETH, Ernesto||TURINA, Joaquín|
|DUARTE, John||OLIVA, Julio C.||VILLA-LOBOS, Heitor|
|DYENS, Roland||P||VIÑAS, José|
|F||PAGANINI, Niccolò||DE VISÉE, Robert|
|de FALLA, Manuel||PELLEGRINI, Domenico||VIVALDI, Antonio|
|FALÚ, Eduardo||PERNAMBUCO, João||W|
|G||PIAZZOLLA, Astor||WEISS, Silvius L.|
|GIULIANI, Mauro||POWELL, Baden||YORK, Andrew|
|GNATTALI, Radamés||PUJOL, Emilio||Z|
|GRANADOS, Enrique||PUJOL, Maximo D.||ZANI de FERRANTI, M.A.|
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Note to MIDI sequence contributors
Your submissions are welcomed.
Please send them by e-mail (end of text). Pieces
should bear the composer's name and be properly identified.(ex.: J.K. Mertz (1806-1856) Nocturne
Op.4 No.2.). The submissions
should bear information on the transcriber or arranger when available. The submitter's name
will appear beside the accepted submission.
Prior to submitting your MIDI sequence, please read the important information
below, as well as the "Tips
for a MIDI Sequence Realization" to transform your
contribution into a high quality MIDI sequence.
This site exists primarily to showcase pieces written for the classical guitar. Established and recognized transcriptions and arrangements (e.g., Tarrega, Segovia) of pieces written by non-guitar composers will also be given high priority. In addition, new transcriptions and arrangements by lesser-known guitarists will be considered, but only those of the highest quality will be added to the site.
New compositions for the classical guitar are also welcomed. New compositions that meet quality guidelines will be added to the site. These guidelines will be used to judge the MIDI sequence realization, not the composition itself. For new contributors, it would be appreciated if you would also submit several pieces by known composers in addition to your own compositions. This will help to expand the repertoire of established works for the classical guitar in addition to expanding the repertoire of new music.
In general, the best MIDI arrangements will be those that can be played by --and that sound like -- real classical guitars. This is important in order to maintain a high level of authenticity in the music displayed on this site.
Last update: February 14, 2016
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