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¡Ay! Linda amiga ( S. XVI)

0,95

MELODIC GUITARGUITAR DUO: PUPIL and TEACHER
Right hand: Index and middle, Rest Stroke.Left Hand: 1st Position.
Using 4th finger.Key Signature: E minor (1 sharp)

“O Come All Ye Faithful” 4 gts FREE

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GUITAR QUARTET
“O Come, All Ye Faithful” (originally written in Latin as Adeste Fideles) is a Christmas carol that has been attributed to various authors, including John Francis Wade (1711–1786), John Reading (1645–1692) and King John IV of Portugal (1604–1656)

5 Trios- baltic folk songs

3,95

GUITAR TRIO
5 Trios of popular songs from Sweden, Poland, Finland, Estonia and Latvia.
“Apoyando”, “Tirando” 1ª & 2ª Position, Chords and arpeggios (P, i, m). EASY
With optional bass

A Condessa (Villalobos)

3,95

GUITAR DUO
Cirandas is a set of sixteen shorts and simple pieces using children´s melodies popular brazilians. Villalobos composed them for piano in 1926.
A Condessa is the nº 2.

A media luz – Tango (Voice and guitar)

4,95

Voice & GUITAR

Tango Milonga (Argentinian melodic song).
Arrangement for voice  with guitar accompaniment.
Also valid for tenor voice or melody instrument (flute, violin, …) and guitar.
Author: Edgardo DONATO (Música) , César LENZI (Letra)

A media luz (Tango) TRIO

4,95

GUITAR TRIO
The tango “A media luz” is one of the most recorded tangos worldwide in the history of the genre, was released in Montevideo in 1925. Music by Edgardo DONATO and lyrics by Carlos LENZI.
Changes in position, barres, chords, …

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A rain of tears RV 717 (Vivaldi) 4 gts

4,95 4,45

GUITAR QUARTET
“Sento in seno ch’in pioggia di lagrime” (“I feel within a rain of tears”) from Tieteberga and Il Giustino
In this operatic aria, Vivaldi musically depicts rain as a metaphor for tears. Exterior and internal worlds collide in a pointillistic deluge: the dark skies weep as we are submerged in sorrow.

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A_Granada (Albéniz) 3 gts. FREE

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GUITAR TRIO
“Granada” belongs to the Suite op. 47 of Albéniz, originally written for piano.

“Apoyando” and “Tirando”. Chords of two & three notes on adjacent strings. Change Position. Slurs.Combination of Thumb with index and medium.
Valid for guitar orchestra. With optional  bass.

A_Mamma mia (ABBA) 4 gts

4,95

GUITAR QUARTET
“Mamma Mia” is a song recorded by the Swedish pop group ABBA. The song’s name is derived from Italian, where it is an interjection used in situations of surprise, anguish, or excitement, which corresponds to the English interjection “my” but literally means “My mommy”. The interjection “my my” can indeed be found in some lines within the song.

Changes of position, slurs, arpeggios, chords,…