1. Sonata Seconda by Fernando Sor (1778-1839)  Fernando Sor was an extremely gifted composer, performer and teacher. He was Spanish and did most of his work in Paris and London. Sor’s output for the guitar is enormous and today, nearly two hundred years after his death, he remains as having one of the largest

In 1819 Fernando Sor attended the first performance of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” and was inspired to write a major work around a musical theme found near the end of act one. This particular piece purposefully captures every technical demand for the classical guitar known at the time as the theme is repeated through various

Fernando Sor’s study in B minor is a famous and beautiful piece of music. It was typical of Sor that he create studies that were both great music and with intended learning demands for the player. In this case the piece is an exploration of melody on the guitar as well as a highlight of

Romance – Performed by Jeff Dwarshuis

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