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Library of Easy Classical Guitar Solos
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Library of Easy Classical Guitar Solos

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Arranger Jerry Willard
Publisher Amsco Publications
Catalog # 14019029

Price: $24.95

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Library of Easy Classical Guitar Solos Arranged by Jerry Willard. For Guitar Folio. Published by Amsco Publications. (Catalog # 14019029, UPC: 752187988076)

A superb collection of easy and rewarding classical guitar solos, each one carefully selected and arranged in modern notation and tablature for the beginning guitarist. Turn these pages to enjoy the greatest guitar music of the Renaissance, Baroque, classical, and Romantic periods. Excerpts from essential guitar methods by Aguado, Carcassi (Op. 60), Carulli, Giuliani (Opp. 50, 51) and Sor (Opp. 60, 48); traditional settings of timeless classics by Bach, Pachelbel, Beethoven, Paganini, Wagner and Mendelssohn; and recital and audition favorites by Galilei, Tárrega and Satie are all contained within these pages. Early masterpieces by Milan, Dowland, Sanz and de Visée are represented here, as well as rarer but equally delightful works by Bosch and Coste.

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