INDEX OF COMPOSERS

COMPOSERS TIMELINE

VIDEOS

TABLATURE SYSTEM

TABLATURE SAMPLES

MIDI HISTORY

SUBMIT

LINKS

ANCIENT GUITARS

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 4222 MIDI files from 94 composers. Information on how to create midi files and a tutorial on the tablature notation system is presented. Images of ancient guitars provided.

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New Sequences by François Faucher

Now working on R. Dyens' Ne me quitte pas (J.Brel)

 J. Arcas' El Postillon de la Rioja New.gif (284 octets)

New.gif (284 octets) J. Arcas' El Postillon de la Rioja New.gif (284 octets)

New.gif (284 octets) M. Giuliani's 6 Variations Op.60 New.gif (284 octets)

New.gif (284 octets) S.L.Weiss' Suite No.25, London Manuscrit New.gif (284 octets)

New.gif (284 octets) B. Powell's Asa Delta New.gif (284 octets) 

New.gif (284 octets) F. Carulli's Taking of Algiers Op.327 New.gif (284 octets)

New.gif (284 octets) L. Legnani's Intoduzione e Rondo Op.62 New.gif (284 octets)

 

 

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Contributions

The "Classical Guitar Illustrated History"

The "Flamenco History"

"Evolution of strings of classical guitar"

"Hints on how to make a good MIDI sequence

"Videos:  "Listen to pieces and watch the score"

"Tablature Samples"

  The Evolution of the Classical Guitar (Natalie Landecker)

Four of the most Inspirational Classical Guitar Players in The World
(Jules Fitzgerald)

Five Beautiful Classical Guitar Solos For Beginners (Jules Fitzerald)

 


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

Click here to listen to 20 great MIDI from the site


Composers in alphabetical order

A H   PURCELL, Henry 
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
B L     RIERA, Rodrigo   
BACH, Johann-S.  LAURO, Antonio     ROBINSON, Thomas 
BACHOVICH, Dmitri   LAWES, William  RODRIGO, Joaquín  
BARRIOS MANGORÉ, A.  LECLERCQ, Norbert ROMERO, Celedonio
BEETHOVEN, L.V. LEGNANI, Luigi   S      
BRITTEN, Benjamin  LE ROY, Adrien  SAGRERAS, Julio S. 
BROCÁ, 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
C    M  SANZ, Gaspar   
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     
D N   TANSMAN, Alexandre   
DEBUSSY, Claude NARVAEZ, Luis de TÁRREGA, Francisco  
DIABELLI, Anton  NAZARETH, Ernesto   TURINA, Joaquín   
DOWLAND, John   O V
DUARTE, John   OLIVA, Julio C. VILLA-LOBOS, Heitor   
DYENS, Roland  P VIÑAS, José   
F  PACHELBEL, Johann DE VISÉE, Robert  
de FALLA, Manuel PAGANINI, Niccolò   VIVALDI, Antonio   
FALÚ, Eduardo   PELLEGRINI, Domenico W        
FERRER, José  PERNAMBUCO, João WEISS, Silvius L. 
G   PIAZZOLLA, Astor  Y
GAROTO   PONCE, Manuel    YORK, Andrew   
GIULIANI, Mauro  POWELL, Baden    Z 
GNATTALI, Radamés   PUJOL, Emilio  ZANI de FERRANTI, M.A.
GRANADOS, Enrique   PUJOL, Maximo D. anonymous

 

 

FLAMENCO

Paco de Lucia ; Sabicas 

 


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.   

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.  

New compositions for the classical guitar are also welcomed.  New compositions that meet quality guidelines will be added to the site. 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. 

 

Last update: February 21, 2019

Copyright François Faucher 1998-2019

INDEX OF COMPOSERS

COMPOSERS TIMELINE

VIDEOS

TABLATURE SYSTEM

TABLATURE SAMPLES

MIDI HISTORY

SUBMIT

LINKS

ANCIENT GUITARS