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Treasury of Classical Guitar Repertoire
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Treasury of Classical Guitar Repertoire

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00699671

Price: $14.95

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Product Description

Treasury of Classical Guitar Repertoire For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00699671, UPC: 073999196573)

A fantastic collection of 48 classical guitar pieces in standard notation and tab: Adelita (Mazurka) · Allegro Spiritoso · Bianco Fiore · Bourrée in E Minor · Bourrée · Capriccio · Captain Digorie Piper's Galliard · Dowland's Galliard · Españoleta · Estudio · Etude in E Minor · Gavotte I & II (from the 6th Cello Suite) · Gigue · Gigue · Greensleeves · Gymnopedie No. 1 · Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring · Kemp's Jig · La Volta · Lágrima · Las Folias de España · Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home · Menuetto · Menuetto (from Sonata Op. 22) · Minuet · Minuet in G · Mistress Winter's Jump · Mrs. Nichols' Almain · Packington's Pound · Pavana · Prelude · Prelude · Prelude and Allegro · Recuerdos de la Alhambra · Rondo · Rujero · Sarabande · Sarabande · Se io m'accorgo · Spanish Romance · Study in a Minor · Study No. 6 · Study No. 2 · Study No. 5 · Study, Op. 60, No. 3 · Study, Op. 60, No. 7 · Theme and Variations · Vaghe belleze et bionde treccie d'oro vedi che per ti moro.

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