Categoría: THE SPANISH GUITAR

- The 19th Century Song Cycle and the European Classical Guitar

- Women and the guitar in Spain’s upper classes

- Robert de Visée and the French tuning

- An Investigative Analysis of Fernando Sor’s Introduction and Variations on “O Cara Armonia” From Mozart’s The Magic Flute

- Appalachian Dreams: Traditional Folk Songs in Concert Literature for Classical Guitar

- Incorporating Classical Persian Performance Practice into the Delivery of Modern Compositions for Classical Guitar .

- Transcription for guitar trio of Joaquín Rodrigo’s Cuatro piezas para piano

- Adoption of Phīn tuning on Classical Guitar

- Angel Ferrera Iglesias. A Great Spanish Guitar Virtuoso and the Danish Odeon Recordings

- Albeniz’s Leyenda (Preludio-Asturias)

- Albeniz and the Guitar

- Content Analysis of Guitar Repertoire for Young People: The Michelson and Suzuki Collection

- Otra cosa es con guitarra: Representation and Significance of the Guitar in Tango Literature

- Music Performance Anxiety on the Classical Guitar: Expert Strategies in Psychology and Pedagogy

- Manuel Y. Ferrer and Miguel S. Arévalo: Premier Guitarist-Composers in Nineteenth-Century California

- From Commission to Publication: a Study of Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s Guitar Repertoire Informed by his Correspondence with Andrés Segovia

- Effective arranging practices for solo classical guitar

- Scordatura on the Classical Guitar: Implications for Practice and Performance

- Sor’s Allegro in the Spanish style, Natalie Houzé, and key dates in European cultural and political history

- Formal Aspects of Mauro Giuliani’s Gran Sonata Eroica in A Major

- Colombia’s Classical Guitar Repertoire: Traditional, Traditional-Popular, and Art Music Idioms

- Are replicas of Nicolás del Valle’s pear-shaped guitar from 1850 acoustically matching the original?

- Studying Torres guitars

- The Significant Role of the Fingernails in the Production of Tone on the Classical Guitar

- Revisiting the Music-Printing Market in Seventeenth-Century Italy and the Peculiar Case of Pietro Millioni’s Guitar Books

- Oral transmission and the production of guitar tablature books in seventeenth-century Italy

- Transcription, performance and recording of Johann Sebastian Bach’s works for lute on a ten-string guitar

- Barrios’s encyclopedic approach to the guitar

- 19th century Performance Practice Miguel Llobet’s Interpretation of J.S. Bach

- Violeta Parra: Life and Work

- François de Fossa, Louis Picquot and the transmission of Luigi Boccherini’s guitar quintets

- The Guitarist behind La Guitaromanie : Charles de Marescot

- Giuliani’s Naples: A Walking Tour

- Reginald Smith Brindle’s Concept of Tonal-Atonal Equilibrium in Theory and Practice

- Breaking the Matrix: Transcribing Bartók and Ligeti for the Guitar Using a New Capo System

- Monitored Freedom: Swing Rhythm in the Jazz Arrangements of Roland Dyens

- Spanish Guitarists in Nineteenth-Century São Paulo

- “For Andrés Segovia”: Francisco de Lacerda’s Suite goivos (1924)

- The Guitar as an “Open-Air” Instrument in the Early Romantic Era

- An Uncatalogued Piece by Fernando Sor?

- Henry Worrall (1825–1902): Anglo-American Guitarist

- Concepción Gómez de Jacoby: Tárrega’s Enigmatic Patron and Recuerdos de la Alhambra

- New Light on Mauro Giuliani’s Vienna Years

- The Life and Times of Josef Kaspar Mertz: New Biographical Insights