There are no results available based on the filters you have selected. 28 No. 92: II. The Maestro himself preferred small intimate performances, which particularly suited the lower-volume generated by his lack of fingernails. 7 Op. Andante (1st Variation) (Beethoven), • Sonata No. Price: $3.00 15: VII. 17, Sobre un tema de Mendelssohn, Etude for guitar No. This is a list of compositions by Francisco Tárrega. 20: IV. 28 No. 4 (Chopin), • Mazurka in A Minor Op. “Nicht schnell, mit Innigkeit” (Schumann), • Album für die Jugend Op. 99 Albumblätter (Schumann), • Bunte Blätter Op. According to Emilio Pujol, one of Tarrega's pupils and an authority on the guitar, Tárrega produced 217 works including arrangements, transcriptions, and other works not normally included in his output. 1, En forma de minuetto, Etude for guitar No. Published by Rekoba Editions (S0.505075). Born in Villarreal, Spain, he fell into an irrigation channel when he was young, which rendered him nearly blind. The following 52 pages are in this category, out of 52 total. 21: I. Largo (Beethoven), • Septet Op. Francisco Tárrega was an important Spanish composer whose music and style of guitar playing became strongly influential in the 20th century. 124: XVI. 4 (Chopin), • Prelude in B Minor Op. Adagio cantabile (Beethoven), • Symphony No. He is known for such pieces as Recuerdos de la Alhambra. 99/2), Etude for guitar No. 7: II. Francisco Tárrega was an important Spanish composer whose music and style of guitar … 13: II. “Knecht Ruprecht” (Schumann), • Novelletten Op. Arranged by Blue Yates. 2 pages. Scherzo (Beethoven), • Sonata No. He is often called "the father of classical guitar" and is considered one of the greatest guitarists of all time. Francisco Tárrega (Francisto Tarrega y Eixea) (November 21, 1852 - December 15, 1909) was a Spanish composer and guitarist. Compositions by: Tárrega, Francisco. 20 (Chopin), • Albumblätter Op. Partially due to this accident, the family moved to Castellon and enrolled him in music classes. 2: III. 33 No. Gran Vals (Francisco Tarrega) — Francisco Tarrega. • Mazurka in G-Sharp Minor Op. 2 No. (Fragment) Allegretto (Beethoven), • Sonata Op. A. Adelita (Tárrega, Francisco) Alborada (Tárrega, Francisco) C. Capricho árabe (Tárrega, Francisco) El Columpio (Tárrega, Francisco) D. Danza Mora (Tárrega, Francisco) 15 (Chopin), • Prelude in C Minor Op. “Romanza” (Schumann), • Kinderszenen Op. 7 (Chopin), • Prelude in D-Flat Major Op. Read Full Biography. Etude (as used in the film "The Killing Fields"), Etude for guitar in A minor (after Robert Schumann's Presto, Op. 28 No. Score. 8 Op. 16, Inspirado en J. 9 in D minor "Endecha", Prelude for guitar in A major ("Allegretto"), Prelude for guitar in A major ("Andante"), Prelude for guitar in D major ("Andante Lento"), Transcription for guitar of Schubert's Adieu, Variations for guitar on "El Carnaval de Venecia". 15, Sobre un tema de Wagner, Etude for guitar No. Francisco de Asís Tárrega y Eixea (21 November 1852 – 15 December 1909) was a Spanish composer and classical guitarist of the Romantic period. Romantic Period, Repertoire. 28 No. 6 (Chopin), • Prelude in A Major Op. 14 “Moonlight” Op. 67 No. 27 No. Classical Guitar duet — Score — Romantic Period,Repertoire Composed by Francisco Tarrega (1852-1909). 4 Op. Francisco de Asís Tárrega y Eixea (Nov. 1852 – Dec. 1909) was a Spanish composer from the Romantic era. 8 in E major/A minor "Lágrima", Prelude for guitar No. 68: XII. Often referred to as “The Father of Classical Guitar,” Tárrega worked in a “Träumerei" (Schumann), • Piano Sonata No. 10 in D minor "Oremus", Prelude for guitar No. 1 (Chopin), • Mazurka in B Minor Op. “Schlummerlied” (Schumann), • Bunte Blätter Op. 2: I. Adagio sostenuto (Beethoven), List of compositions by Francisco Tárrega, Category:Compositions by Francisco Tárrega, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_compositions_by_Francisco_Tárrega&oldid=989954069, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 21 November 2020, at 23:36. 99: I. B. Cramer, Etude for guitar No. 20, Estudio brillante de Alard, Etude sobre una Sonatina de Prudend, for guitar, Fantasia on motives of "Lucia" by R. Sidney Praten, for guitar, Introduction and Fantasia on Themes From Verdi's "La Traviata" for guitar, Prelude for guitar in A minor ("Allegro Moderato") (dedicated to Llobet), Prelude for guitar in D major ("Andantino"), Prelude for guitar in D minor ("Moderato") (dedicated to Corréll), Prelude for guitar in E major ("Andante Sostenuto") (dedicated to Dr. W. Leckie), Prelude for guitar in G major ("Allegretto"), Prelude for guitar No. 33 No. Francisco Tárrega is regarded as having laid the foundations for the 20th century's wide-spread acceptance of the guitar as a concert-recital instrument. Francisco Tárrega was an important Spanish composer whose music and style of guitar playing became strongly influential in the 20th century.