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Easy Concert Pieces Volume 1 - Guitar

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Media: Sheet Music, CD
Arrangement: Classical Guitar (CGTR)
Catalogue #: ED21636
ISBN: 9783795747572


For use in lessons or for your first concert performances - Easy Concert Pieces for Guitar contains easy and well-known solo pieces carefully selected according to technical and musical demands: Volume 1 Easy

Besides original guitar pieces by Aguado, Mertz, Diabelli, Carulli, Sor or Carcassi there are readily playable arrangements of classical masterpieces such as Vivaldi's Four Seasons, Handel's Firework Music, Mozart's Magic Flute or Verdi's Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves.

These arrangements are designed to give access to masterpieces of the concert repertoire and to promote enjoyment of classical music. All the pieces are included on the accompanying CD.

Click on a song below to find all titles, including compilations, that contain it.
The Sound Is So Lovely [Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus]
Il Canario [Negri, Cesare]
Andante [Küffner, Joseph]
Dance (The Fairy Queen) [Purcell, Henry]
Hungarian Dance [Anonymous]
Little Dutch Dance [Neusiedler, Hans]
The Trout [Schubert, Franz]
Vienna Blood [Strauss (Sohn), Johann]
Radetzky March [Strauss (Vater), Johann]
Ode To Joy [Beethoven, Ludwig Van]
The Old Castle [Mussorgsky, Modest]
La Réjouissance [Handel, George Frideric]
Autumn [Vivaldi, Antonio]
Minuet [De Visée, Robert]
Romance [Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus]
Lullaby [Brahms, Johannes]
Andante [Haydn, Joseph]
Spanish Romance [Anonymous]
Moderato [Diabelli, Anton]
Rondo [Szordikowski, Bruno]
Study [Szordikowski, Bruno]
In The Fifth Position [Smith-Brindle, Reginald]
Andantino [Aguado, Dionisio]
German Dance [Anonymous]
Italian Dance [Mainerio, Giorgio]
Country Dance I [Playford, John]
Country Dance II [Playford, John]
Greensleeves [Anonymous]
Paradetas [Sanz, Gaspar]
Aeolian Mode [Smith-Brindle, Reginald]
Spagnoletta [Anonymous]
Cancan [Offenbach, Jacques]
Baltic Dance [Offenbach, Jacques]
Siciliana Op.59 [Carcassi, Matteo]
William Tell [Rossini, Gioachino]
The Barber Of Seville [Rossini, Gioachino]
Cancion [Sanz, Gaspar]
French Dance [Attaignant, Pierre]
Prélude (Eurovision Melody) [Charpentier, Marc-Antoine]
Minuet [Krieger, Johann Philipp]
Minuet [Logy, Johann Anon]
Adagio [Jbach, Johann Sebastian]
Minuet [Weiss, Silvius Leopold]
Ah, Vous Dirai-Je, Maman (Theme) [Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus]
Winter (Largo) [Vivaldi, Antonio]
Birdcatcher's Aria [Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus]
Hungarian Dance No.5 [Brahms, Johannes]
Mr. Dowland's Midnight [Dowland, John]
Bourree [Baron, Ernst Gottlieb]
Song Of The Toreadors [Bizet, Georges]
Chorus Of The Hebrew Slaves [Verdi, Giuseppe]
Musette [Bach, Johann Sebastian]
Moderato Cantabile [Chopin, Frederic]
March Of The Toreadors [Bizet, Georges]

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Ipswich GB I'm a classical guitar
Very good easy version of Spanish Romance. CD useful.
Nothing bad so far.
Confirmed purchase: 26 January 2015
Published on: 14 February 2015

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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 28/03/2013
Format: Instrumental Album
Length: 32 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Schott Music
Editor: Peter Ansorge; Bruno Szordikowski; Martin Hegel

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