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Biblioteca della chitarra e del mandolino

Salvatore Agostini

Dionisio Aguado

Theodore Akimenko
Juan Alais

Antonio Alba

Isaac Albeniz

Joseph Albin

Pedro de Alcantara

Nikolai Aleksandrov
Bautista Almiron
Enrico Aloisi

Amedeo Amadei

Francesco Amoroso

Giuseppe Anelli

Maria Luisa Anido

Anonimo

Bert R. Anthony

Marino Antonelli

José Asuncion Flores

Edmond Audran
Adolfo Aviles/Rodriguez Arenas

Adolfo Aviles/Vicente Gascón

Mario Bacci

Johann Sebastian Bach/Reineri

Johann Sebastian Bach/Llobet

Antonio Badiali

Quirino Baez Allende
Giorgio Ballig

Alberto Baltar

Octavio Barbero

Giulio Cesare Barbetta

Paulo Barreiros

Agustin Barrios

Héctor Eduardo Barros
Juan Bauer

Ernesto Becucci

Ludwig van Beethoven/Biagi
Ludwig van Beethoven/Bracco

Ludwig van Beethoven/Jansen

Ludwig van Beethoven/Lupo
Ludwig van Beethoven/Savio

Ludwig van Beethoven/Slavskij

Ludwig van Beethoven/Tarrega
Vincenzo Bellini/Biagi

Vincenzo Bellini/Caputo

Vincenzo Bellini/Carosio

Ulisse Benfenati

Luis Fortunato Benitez Lopez

Eduardo D. Bensadon

Juan Bergamino

Roberto Bergonzi

Attilio Bernardini

Dino Berruti
Costantino Bertucci
Manlio Biagi

Gerónimo Bianqui Piñero
Zarh Myron Bickford

Angelo Bitelli

Ignazio Bitelli

Renzo Bisi

Luigi Boccherini/Taraffo

Enrico Bocchi

Felipe Boero

Giovanni Bolzoni

C. Bono

Juan Borghese

Alexander Borodin
Ugo Bottacchiari

Luigi Bracco

Gaetano Braga/Biagi

Carlos F.Bravo

Johannes Brahms/Biagi

Johannes Brahms/Odell

Giuseppe Branzoli
Ricardo Luis Brignolo

Alfonso Broqua

Fioravante Brugni
Jorge Bufano

Antonio Buglione
Rezio Buscaroli

Cosme Caballero
Francisco Calleja

Francisco Canaro/González

Francisco Canaro/Iparraguirre

João Avelino de Camargo
Vittorio Campanella

Vicente Caprino

Gennaro Caputo

Matteo Carcassi
Ermenegildo Carosio

Ettore Carosio
Ferdinando Carulli
Joaquin Casanovas
Ulises Cassinelli
Nicodemo Casuscelli

E.Mario Celli

Guillermo Cesanelli

Pedro Charpentier

Raoul Chassain

L.Chirici
Frederic Chopin/Casuscelli

Frederic Chopin/Cortez

Frederic Chopin/Luna

Frederic Chopin/Robledo

Frederic Chopin/Sagreras

Carmelo Coletta

Con Conrad

Camillo Consorti
Segundo Contreras

Eduardo Cordero

Arcangelo Corelli

Vittorio Corezzola

Luigi Cornago
Agustín Cornejo/iparraguirre

Agustín Cornejo/Caballero

Melchior Cortez

Napoléon Coste Aug 30

Alfred Cottin
Johann Baptist Cramer

Saverio Cucci

R.Cuconato

Cesar Cui

Luigi Dall'Argine

Tomas Damas

Giovanni D'Amato

Edoardo Daniele

Hart Pease Danks

Pedro Datta
Arturo De Bassi

Julio De Caro

Johann Decker Schenk
Paolo De Cupis

Ernesto De Curtis
Juan De Dios Filiberto

Manuel De Falla

José De Freitas

Vicente Degese

Francisco Delbene

Enrique Delfino

Léo Delibes
Raúl de los Hoyos

Adela Del Valle

Umberto De Martino

Josefina P. de Morisoli

Luigi Denza

Angelo De Prosse

Teresa De Rogatis

Americo De Turris

Alberto Diana Lavalle
Ricardo Diaz Romero

Benigno Di Martino

Arcangelo Dinaro

Benedetto Di Ponio
Antonio Dominici

Gaetano Donizetti/Caputo

Gaetano Donizetti/Carosio

Gaetano Donizetti/Razzetti

João dos Santos Sep 06

Franz Drdla

Spiro Drongitis

Anton Dvorak/Olcott-Bickford

Anton Dvorak/Rodriguez Arenas

Esteban Eitler
Pablo Escobar

Ercilio  Escudero Riquelme
Juan Pedro Esnaola

Salvatore Falbo

Giuseppe Farrauto
Carmen Farre de Prat
Giuseppe Fenoglio

Ettore Feroci
Aldo Ferrari

Josep Ferrer

Angelo Ferretti
Zdenek Fibich

Angelo Figliolini

Doris Fisher

Abel Fleury
Carlos Floriani
Mario Foresi
Tancredi Forneris
Vicente Forte

Daniel Fortea

Stephen Foster

Fra Cassio da Velletri

Ferdinando Francia

Cesar Franck

Ernest Gaberbir

Gustavo Gabet

Gabriel-Marie

Salvatore Galea Abela
Alfonso Galluzzo

Esteban Galvan

Primo Ugo Garavin

Severino Garcia Fortea
Carlos Garcia Tolsa

Enea Gardana

Carlos Gardel

Rosario Gargano

Stanislao Gastaldon

Lisanella Gentili

Henry Ghys
Antonio Giacomino
Andrea Gilardenghi

Tommaso Giordani

Lorenzo Girola

Mauro Giuliani

Mauro Giuliani/Olcott-Bickford

Alekander Glazunov Sep 19

Mario J. Godoy
Manuel Gomez-Carrillo

Ramon Gomez Cruz

Manuel Gonzalez-Nieto

Jesús González
Louis Gottschalk

Charles Gounod

Enrique Granados/Leloup
Enrique Granados/Llobet

Enrique Granados/Lupo

Giovanni Battista Granata

Carlo Graziani-Walter

Ercole Grechi

Vicente Greco/Rodr.Arenas

Vicente Greco/Sinópoli
Edvard Grieg/Leloup

Edvard Grieg/Llobet

Edvard Grieg/de Roca
Edvard Grieg/Sagreras

Carlo Grosso

Giovanni Guindani
Alexandr Gurilyov

L.Gutiérrez del Barrio

Ramon Gutierrez-Parada

Stephen Heller

Bruno Henze

Carl Henze Sep 16

Pedro Herrera Sep 12

Eduardo Lorenzo Hornos

Aquiles Ibargoyen
Pedro Antonio Iparraguirre
Sebastian Iradier
Alexander Ivanov-Kramskoy
Carrie Jacobs-Bond

Salomon Jadassohn
C.W.J Jansen

Armas Järnefelt

Tikhon Khrennikov
William J. Kitchener

Fritz Kreisler
Friedrich Kuhlau

Anibal Ladrú

Kepler Lais

Pedro Larrandart

Georges Laval

Wassilij Petrowitsch Lebedew

Luigi Legnani
Hilarion Leloup
Paul Lincke/Maza

Paul Lincke/Ladrú

Carlo Lissoni
Miguel Llobet

Joaquin Lopez y Flores

Ludovic

J.Luino

Jean Baptiste Lully
Adolfo Luna

Pino Lupo

Cesare Lutzemberger

Anatoly Lyadov Sep 19

Ch. B. Lysberg

Luis A. Madormo

Edward McDowell
Pedro Maffia

Juan Maglio

Franco Magnoni
Eduard van Malderen

Margherita Mancinelli

Antonio J. Manjon

Marin Marais
Benedetto Marcello

Teodoro Marin

Antonio Marsaglia

Julio Martinez Oyanguren
José Martinez
Juan Carlos Martinez

Pietro Mascagni/Ponzio

Pietro Mascagni/Pratesi

Horacio Maspoli

Jules Massenet/Olcott-Bickford
Jules Massenet/Oyanguren

Wenceslaus Matiegka
Alberto Mautino

Pedro Maza
Carlo Mazza

Angelo Mazzola

Rosita Melo/Rodriguez Arenas

Felix Mendelssohn/Baltar
Felix Mendelssohn/Biagi
Felix Mendelssohn/Drongitis

Felix Mendelssohn/Llobet
Felix Mendelssohn/Robledo
Felix Mendelssohn/Rodr.Arenas
Miguel R. Michelone

Antonie Meissonnier
Gerardo Metallo/Morales

Gerardo Metallo/Viarizio

Erick Meyer-Helmund

Ettore Montanaro/Mautino
Moritz Moszkowski/Baltar

José Mocciola
Francesco Molino
Teofilo Morales

Justo Tomas Morales

Vladimir Morkov

Armanno Morlacchi

Alice Morteo di Multedo

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart/Biagi

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart/Reineri
Luigi Mozzani
Carlo Munier
Ricardo Muñoz
Giovanni Murtula

Achille Nava

Antonio Nava
Giovanni Navone di Domenico
Giovanni Navone di Vittorio
Ernesto Nazareth

Silvio Negri

A.Nemerowski

George B. Nevin

Domingo Nocera Netto

Alpinolo Nunzi

Alberto Obregon

Herbert Forrest Odell

Jacques Offenbach Sep 16

Vahdah Olcott-Bickford
Federico Orsolino

Anibal Ortiz

Julian Ortiz

Ernesto D. Otamendi

José Padilla
Juan Padovetz
Niccolò Paganini/Casuscelli

Niccolò Paganini/Lupo

Niccolò Paganini/Prat
G. Paganone

Adolfo Paolinelli

Carlos Pedrell

Mariano Peralta

João Pernambuco

Pietro Pettoletti

Giorgio Pezzoli

Max Philippson

Diogo Piazza

Emanuele Pignocchi

Tomas Pomilio
Juan Poca Ropa

Antonio Polito

Héctor J.Pons

Antonio Ponzio

Ernesto Ponzio

Domingo Prat

Zulimo Pratesi
Costas Proakis

Giacomo Puccini/Morlacchi

Giacomo Puccini/Reineri
Maximo Puente Arnao
Julia Puigdengolas

Emilo Pujol

Pedro Quijano
Sergei Rachmaninov/Olcott-Bickford

Sergei Rachmaninov/De Andreis
Jean Philipphe Rameau

Benedetto Razzetti

Pedro Tomás Rebagliati

Vladimir Rebikov/

Nicolaj Rechmensky
Ezio Redeghieri

Max Reger

Carlo Reineri

Hugo Reinhold

Dilermando Reis

Domingo Domiciano Rey Rosso

Gustavo Ribeiro

Carmelo Rizzuti Sep 26

Josefina Robledo

Luisa M de Roca
Elba Rodriguez Arenas

Mario Rodriguez Arenas

Juan Angel Rodriguez Vega

Juan Rodriguez
Juventino Rosas

Oscar Rosati
Gioacchino Rossini

Vittorio Rovetta

Anton Rubinstein
Emidio Ruspini

Enrique Saborido

Gaspar Sagreras
Julio Sagreras
Camille Saint-Saens
Regino Sainz de la Maza

Pindaro Salvoni

Saul Salinas/Peralta

Saul Salinas/Escobar

Simone Salvetti

Pedro Ramirez Sanchez

José Sancho
Adolfo Sarcoli

Giacomo Sartori

Michelangelo Savini
Isaias Savio

Alberto Savio

Vladimir Sazonov Sep 19

Antonio Scatasso
Alfredo Schiuma

Ana Schneider de Cabrera

Michael Schricker
Franz Schubert/Biagi

Franz Schubert/Tarrrega

Joseph Schulz-Weida

Robert Schumann/Biagi
Robert Schumann/Ferrari

Robert Schumann/Fortea

Robert Schumann/Mancinelli

Robert Schumann/Mautino

Robert Schumann/ Rodr.Arenas

Robert Schumann/Tarrega

Edouard Schütt

Arcangelo Sciacca
A.Serpieri

A.Servidio

Alfredo Settembri

Joseph Sgallari
Ernest Shand
Vissarion Shebalin

Rossini Silva
Giuseppe Silvestri
Pablo Simeone
Antonio Sinópoli

José Sirera Prats
Vladimir Slavskij
Pedro Sofia

Alberto Soifer
Fernando Sor

John Philip Sousa
Alejandro Spinardi
Federico R. Spreafico

Victor A. Stigliano
Joseph Strauss

Louis Streabbog/Delbene
Fernando Suarez

Andrei Sychra
Antonio Tanturi

Pasquale Taraffo

Graciano Tarragó
Francisco Tarrega

Giorgio Tartra

Giovanni Antonio Terzi

Ambroise Thomas
John Rogers Thoma

Abril Tirado

Pietro Tonassi
Eduardo Torres

Enrico Toselli
Francesco Paolo Tosti/Vicente Gascón

Francesco Paolo Tosti/Mautino

Francesco Paolo Tosti/Morlacchi

Claudio Trasatti Sep 02
Piotr Tschaikowsky/Baltar

Piotr Tschaikowsky/Olcott-Bickford

Henry Tucker
Marcelo Tupynambá/Rordr.Arenas

Marcelo Tupynambá/Sinópoli

Renzo Tuti

Emilio Valle

Floreal G. Vallespir-Peyrón

Luigi Vangi
Giuseppe Verdi/Carosio

Giuseppe Verdi/Nava

Giuseppe Verdi/Razzetti
Giuseppe Verdi/Sagreras

Giuseppe Verdi/Sgallari

Ricardo Julio Vergara Zuloaga

Mario Vicari
León Vicente Gascón

Rodolfo Amadeo Videla

Angel Villoldo/Bono

Angel Villoldo/Lupo

Angel Villoldo/Morales

Jose Viñas

Mikhail Vysotsky

Richard Wagner/Olcott-Bickford
Richard Wagner/Schricker

Émile Waldteufel/Lupo

Carl Maria Weber

Joseph P. Webster

Thomas P. Westendorf

Alberto Williams

Henryk Wienyawski

Ricardo Yust
Luciano Zuccheri
 


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Salvatore Agostini (1876-1934) (Italian composer, mandolinist and guitarist)

Erodiade (Fox-Trot) for two mandolins, mandola and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXXII n.5, Monticone editore, Torino, 1923


Dionisio Aguado (1784-1849)

Minuetto, included in Album n.6 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO December/1934, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Juan Alais  (1844-1914)  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
El Carino (Vals) op.16, Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires
Un Recuerdo (Vals) op.30, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires
El Joven Simpatico (Vals) op.32 para 2 guitarras, Halitzky
, Buenos Aires

La Mendozina (Zamacueca) op.41, Ignacio Iglesias Editor, Buenos Aires
Carlitos (Estilo) y Maria (Vidalita) op.44, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires
Olinda (Cancion) op.68, con acompañiamento de guitarra, Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires

El Tambor de Palermo (Gran Vals) op.84, Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires

Capitán Burgos (Estilo Criollo) op.87, Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires

Marcelo (Estilo Criollo) op.88, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires


Antonio Alba (1873-1940) (Spanish composer, was born in Reus, Tarragona, died in Santiago del Chile / Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Amor Naciente (Vals) op.21, Union Musical Española, Madrid

Penas (Meditacion) op.81, Union Musical Española, Madrid


Joseph Albin (?-1954) (French composer)

Mousse-de-velours (Valse lente op.109) for two mandolins, mandola and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXI n.8, Monticone editore, Torino, 1912


Nikolai Aleksandrov (1818-1884) (Wikipedia)

Etude for 7 string guitar, included in THREE ETUDES by Masters-Guitarists of the XIX Century (V.Morkov - N.Aleksandrov - E.Gaberbir), Muzgiz (Gosudarstvennoye Muzykal'noye Izdatelstvo), Moskow, 1954 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)

Melody for 7 string guitar, included in FOUR PIECES (by A.Sychra - M.Vysotsky - V.Morkov - N.Aleksandrov), Muzgiz, Moskow, 1956


Bautista Almiron (1879-1932) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Lalita (2a Guitarra de Maria de Juan Alais), Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires


Enrico Aloisi (Italian guitarist, lived at the end of the XIXth century)
Serenata, Giovanni Chiappino, Torino

Souvenir de Naples, Forlivesi, Firenze


Amedeo Amadei (1866-1935) (Dizionario Universale dei musicisti by Carlo Schmidt)

La Danza delle Ondine (2° tempo dalla 'Suite Marinaresca'), per mandolino e chitarra, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1912, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Amedeo Amadei / Ermenegildo Carosio

Il Solletico (Ghiri Ghiri) dall'operetta "Favola della Principessa" per mandolino, mandola e chitarra, IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, 1912


Francesco Amoroso (18??-1926) (Italian band conductor in Novara) Photo published in the magazine IL PLETTRO July/1912

Tersicore (Mazurka), riduzione per chitarra di L.Fossati, included in Album n.4 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO November/1914, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Serenata Spagnola, per mandolino e chitarra con secondo mandolino e mandola ad libitum, IL CONCERTO n.480, A.Comellini e C., Bologna, 1914


Giuseppe Anelli (1873-1926) (Il Piemonte e la Musica 1800-1984 by Guglielmo Berutto)

Ghiribizzi (Polka), per mandolino e chitarra (con 2° mandolino ad lib.) included in ARTE MANDOLINISTICA  Anno V n.6-7, Genova, 1913

Farfalletta (Polka), per mandolino e chitarra (con 2° mandolino ad lib.) included in ARTE MANDOLINISTICA  Anno V n.20, Genova, 1913

Teresina (Polka) for two mandolins and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno VII n.3, Monticone editore, Torino, 1898 (reprint 1921)

Tutti in allegria (Furlana) for two mandolins and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXIII n.6, Monticone editore, Torino, 1923

Sguardi Languidi (Valzer Hésitation) for mandolin orchestra, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXXII n.4, Monticone editore, Torino, 1923

Preludiando (Minuetto) C. Notari, Luchsingen, published in the magazine MANDOLINISMO N.54/1924


Maria Luisa Anido (1907-1996) (Clara Campese webpage)
Adios, Adios (Canción popular Mexicana), transcripción para guitarra, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires
(low resolution)

McDowell Edward (1861-1908) (Wikipedia) / Maria Luisa Anido

Rancho Abandonado Op.51 n.8, transcripción para guitarra, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Xaver Scharwenka (1850-1924) (Wikipedia) / Maria Luisa Anido

Cuento (Tale) Op.62 n.3, from Album for the Young, transcripción para guitarra, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Alberto Williams (1862-1952) (Mundoarts) / Maria Luisa Anido

Milonga del Arbol, transcripción para guitarra, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Anonimo
Celebre Mazurka di Spa, Giovanni Chiappino, Torino


Marino Antonelli (Italian mandolinist and guitarist)

Mignonne (Valzer), per mandolino e chitarra, IL CONCERTO n.516, A.Comellini e C., Bologna, 1916


Mario Bacci (1873-?) (Italian mandolinist and guitarist)

La scuola della chitarra. Parte I (Marcia) Efrem Benelli, Firenze, 1908

Laboremus (Marcia) for two mandolins, mandola and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXX n.14, Monticone editore, Torino, 1921

Savoia ! (Marcia) for 2 mandolins, mandola, guitar, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO January/1932, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Quirino Baez Allende (1896-1963) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

riproduzioni concesse da (reproductions authorized by) Arquitecta Leticia Baez, Asunción, Paraguay
Lauth (Zamba salteña), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires

4 de Junio (Polca cancion Paraguaya), Gornatti Hnos., Buenos Aires, 1943

Cerro Leon (Polka Historica del Paraguay - año 1867) y Fortin Vanguardia (Polka Paraguaya - original), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires


Giorgio Ballig (Italian composer of popular songs in Trieste)

Marcia Spagnola, per 1 o 2 mandolini, castagnette e tamburello, e chitarra (oppure pianoforte), included in the Album Premio de il giornale IL CONCERTO, Comellini & Turco, Bologna, 1908


Alberto Baltar (Guitarrista y compositor portugués, radicado en la ciudad de Rio de Janelro. Brasil. Goza de gran popularidad y se le aprecia por sus méritos de ejecutante y de compositor. Publicada por la revista “A voz do violao" se le conocen algunas obras orlginales y por "O Violao", otras. Tiene una buena cantidad de temas folkloricos del Brasil, adaptados a la guitarra, los cuales vieron la luz por las citadas publicaciones / Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Devaneios n.1, published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO de fevereiro 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)

A luminosa sentença do Juiz, published in the Brazilian magazine A VOZ DO VIOLÃO de abril 1931 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)

Bon Jour, Papa, A Guitarra de Prata, Rio de Janeiro (with the courtesy of Edmar Fenicio, São Paulo, Brasil)

Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) / Alberto Baltar

Romance sem palavras op.38 n.3, published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO de dezembro 1928 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)

Piotr Ilyich Tschaikowski (1840-1893) / Alberto Baltar

Canção Triste, published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO de março 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)

Moritz Moszkowski (1854-1925) / Alberto Baltar

Romance sem palavras op.77 n.3, published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO de janeiro 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)


Giulio Cesare Barbetta (1540-1603) (Italian lutenist - Wikipedia)

Pavana VII, detta la Todeschina included in Album n.1 - Quarta Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1922, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Paulo Barreiros (1919-2004)  (Brasilian guitarist) - Syukhtun website)
José Asuncion Flores (1904-1972) (Biografías y Vidas) / Paulo Barreiros
India (Guarania), transcripción para guitarra, Fermata, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Agustin Barrios (1885-1944)
Madrigal (Gavota), Carlos Trapani Editor, Montevideo, ca.1920

Humoresque,
Carlos Trapani Editor, Montevideo, ca.1920

Luz Mala, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Choro da Saudade, Copia a mão e arranjo de Hugo Carboni (with the courtesy of Edmar Fenicio, São Paulo, Brasil)


Héctor Eduardo Barros (Argentine guitarist)
Sollozos (Preludio), Héctor Polito, Buenos Aires
(low resolution)


Ulisse Benfenati (Italian guitarist)

Pietro Micca (Marcia), included in IL MANDOLINO Anno VII n.3, Monticone editore, Torino, 1898 (reprint 1921)


Luis Fortunato Benitez Lopez (1883-?) Compositor y profesor de guitarra y violin, argentino. Nació en Luján provincia de Buenos Aires, el 9 de Enero de 1883......Como compositor se conocen publicados originales dos "Estilos" y "Vals" , sin pretensión en su forma, pero muy agradables dentro del género de si composición.  / Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Meditacion (Estilo), Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires

the reproduced copy is in a poor condition, for the state of the paper that breaks, and even for a poor attempt of restoration


Eduardo D. Bensadon (Guitarist, teacher and composer, born in Buenos Aires. A graduate of the Conservatorio de Musica y Declamacion, he has performed in many local films, as an actor and guitarist, and has been heard in concert halls throughout Argentina. He has written over 100 original compositions)

Andante y Bourrée, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1946 (low resolution)

Dos Piezas Faciles, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1946 (low resolution)

Cancion y Pequeña Danza, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1947 (low resolution)

Cuento Nostalgico, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1948 (low resolution)

Nocturno, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1948 (low resolution)

Tarantela, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1948 (low resolution)


Roberto Maximo Bergonzi (Guitarist and composer)

Un Recuerdo (Triste n.1), Torti Hnos., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Manual de Ritmos Folklóricos, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Attilio Bernardini (1888-1975) (Brazilian guitarist and composer. ... died in 1975, March, 23, in a beach city called São Vicente. The information came from Ronoel Simões files .../ Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)

Magoas (Valsa), Biblioteca do violão de Attilio Bernardini, A.Del Vecchio, São Paulo (low resolution)


Dino Berruti (1893-1947) (Italian guitarist and composer, was born in Casale Monferrato, near Alessandria, Piemonte region)

Pagine Nuove (Mazurka elegante), per chitarra, included in ARTE MANDOLINISTICA  Anno V n.6-7, Genova, 1913

Ma Phir (Polka), , IL CHITARRISTA Nr.143, G.Gori, Torino

Nella (Mazurka), , IL CHITARRISTA Nr.146, G.Gori, Torino

Magda (Mazurka), , IL CHITARRISTA Nr.152, G.Gori, Torino


Costantino Bertucci (1841-1931) (Italian mandolinist and composer, was  born and died in Rome)
Fantasia Chitarristica,
IL CHITARRISTA Nr.147, G.Gori, Torino

Romanza, , IL CHITARRISTA Nr.159, G.Gori, Torino


Manlio Biagi (1896-1942) (Italian guitarist and composer, was born in Terni, died in Milan. He has published about two hundred compositions and transcriptions)  Photo published in the magazine IL PLETTRO January/1937

Lyda (Mazurka) op.16, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano
A Mia Madre (Preghiera) op.75, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Italia Bella (Marcia) op.79, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Notte sul mare (Tema con variazioni) op.81, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Chitarra Gentile (Serenata) op.83, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano Milano

Mezzanotte (Notturno melodico) op.87, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Sogno (Fantasia da concerto) op.176, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Arietta con variazioni da un tema di Paganini op.183, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) / Manlio Biagi
Rondo (Biagi op.205), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) / Manlio Biagi
Adagio dalla Sonata Patetica op.13 (Biagi op.36), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Al Chiaro di Luna op.27 n.1 (Biagi op.63), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano
Franz Schubert (1797-1828) / Manlio Biagi
Serenata (Biagi op.32), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano
Il Pianto di una Fanciulla (Biagi op.206), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano
Ninna Nanna (Biagi op.217), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano
La Giovine Madre (Biagi op.223), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano
L'Addio (Biagi op.60) Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835) / Manlio Biagi
Norma (Sinfonia dell'opera) (Biagi op.67), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) / Manlio Biagi

Celebre Barcarola op.19 n.6 (Biagi op.65), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano
Robert Schumann (1810-1856) / Manlio Biagi

Berceuse op.124 (Biagi op.78) Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) / Manlio Biagi

Danza Ungherese n.5 (Biagi op.66) Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Gaetano Braga (1829-1907) (Wikipedia) / Manlio Biagi

Leggenda Valacca (Biagi op.22) Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Antonio Badiali (Italian songwriter of the first half of the twentieth century) / Manlio Biagi

T'Amo (Tango) (Biagi op.228) Monzino & Garlandini, Milano


Gerónimo Bianqui Piñero (1905-1986)  (Ecos del Sonido)

Auras Norteñas n.1: La Chalchalera - La Guayaquera, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Yusquita (Zamba), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

De Fiesta Estoy (Gato), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Lagrima 2a Guitarra para ejecutar con "Lagrima" de Francisco Tarrega, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Estudio n.9 de Sor y Lagrima de Tarrega segundas guitarras, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Zarh Myron Bickford (1876-1961) (Vahdah Olcott-Bickford hausbandPhoto

Concerto Romantico, for guitar with piano accompaniment, Published by the Author, New York, 1920 (low resolution) 

Elves at Play (Caprice), for guitar with piano accompaniment, The American Guitar Society, Los Angeles, 1926 (low resolution)

Fantasie Caprice, The American Guitar Society, Los Angeles, 1939 (low resolution)


Renzo Bisi (Italian guitarist and composer, lived in Modena)

Tarantella (Uocchie d'è Femmena) included in Album n.2 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO July/1912, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

The work was awarded at the competition of the IL PLETTRO in 1912 (results published in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1912)


Angelo Bitelli (Italian mandolinist and guitarist, lived in Fusignano)

Lulù (Black-Bottom), for mandolin orchestra included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XL n.17, Monticone editore, Torino, 1931


Ignazio Bitelli (1881-1956) (Italian mandolinist and guitarist, lived in Fusignano, died in Bologna)

Conchita (Tango), for mandolin orchestra included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXV n.14, Monticone editore, Torino, 1916

Dolci Carezze (Gavotta), for 2 mandolins and guitar included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXV n.14, Monticone editore, Torino, 1916

Il Kremlino (Ouverture) per quartetto a plettro, C. Notari, Luchsingen, published in the magazine MANDOLINISMO N.50/1923

Pamplona, for guitar included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XL n.17, Monticone editore, Torino, 1931


Enrico Bocchi (Italian guitarist and composer)

Di Sera (Melodia), included in IL CONCERTO n.136, A.Comellini e C., Bologna, 1902


C. Bono

Angel Gregorio Villoldo (1861-1919) (Todotango) / C. Bono
El Esquinazo (Tango milonga), Editorial Rivarola, Buenos Aires, 1939


Juan Borghese
Vivan Los Ranchos (Marcha Criolla), Ediciones Musicales Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1951


Ugo Bottacchiari (1879-1944) (Italian mandolinist and guitarist)

Amore ed Arte (Waltzer) for mandolin, included in IL CONCERTO Anno V n.7, A.Comellini e C., Bologna, 1901  published together with N. De Sanctis Dolci Rimembranze (Mazurka) for mandolin

Moti del Cuore (Valzer), per mandolino e chitarra con secondo mandolino, IL CONCERTO n.242, A.Comellini e C., Bologna, 1907 (5a Edizione)

Della Carson (Preludio op.58), for mandolin orchestra, homage to Della Carson, the most beautiful woman in America, included in the Album Premio de il giornale IL CONCERTO, Comellini & Turco, Bologna, 1908

Tramonto di Maggio (Pagina d'album) per 3 mandolini e mandola, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO June/1924, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Luigi Bracco (Italian band conductor)

Zina (Mazurka) per 2 mandolini e chitarra, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO May/1911, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Semplicità ed eleganza (Mazurka) per 2 mandolini, mandola e chitarra, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO October/1911, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) / Luigi Bracco

Minuetto (dalla Sonata op.49 n.2) - parte I per 2 mandolini, mandola e chitarra, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO March/1911, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Minuetto (dalla Sonata op.49 n.2) - parte II per 2 mandolini, mandola e chitarra, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1911, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Giuseppe Branzoli (1845-1909) (Italian mandolinist, guitarist and composer, was born in Cento, died in Rome. He founded the magazine "Il Mandolino Romano", and wrote a Guitar Method)

Margherita (Polka) per 2 mandolini, mandola e chitarra, included in MANDOLINISTA ITALIANO N.160, A Monzino & Figli editori, Milano, 1922


Alfonso Broqua (1876-1946) (Wikipedia)

¡Ay, Mi Vida (Estilo), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires


Fioravante Brugni (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Si, Si, Si (Vals Facil), para dos guitarras, Antigua casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1950

La Mimosa (Rancherita), para dos guitarras, Antigua casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires


Jorge Bufano (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

El Sueño de la Bruja (Leyenda), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires


Rezio Buscaroli (1895-1971) (Italian painter, art historian and music lover, was born in Imola, died in Riccione)

Il Paese Natio, L'Ora della Ricreazione, Pastorale, Studio, S.E.M.T, Torino, 1923 (low resolution)


Cosme Caballero (...guitar aficionado who worked for many years as a clerk at the traditional guitar publishing house Antigua Casa Nuñez..../  Matanya Ophée, introduction "Tango Milonga Habanera", Editions Orphée, Columbus, USA)

El Escondito (Baile popular), Antigua casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1943 (low resolution)

Zampa de Vargas (Versión Fácil), Antigua casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Pampa y Cielo (Huella), Editorial Saraceno, Buenos Aires, 1948 (low resolution)

Agustín Argentino Cornejo (1899-1965) (Todotango) / Cosme Caballero

El Distraido (Gato), arreglo para guitarra,  Editorial Saraceno, Buenos Aires, 1948  (low resolution)


Francisco Calleja (1891-1950) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Alexander Borodin (1833-1887) / Francisco Calleja

Serenata, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Vladimir Rebikov (1866-1920) / Francisco Calleja

Momento Alegre, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


João Avelino de Camargo (c.1870-c.1940) (Dicionário da Musica Brasileira)

Edith (Gavota), manuscript, revised by Attilio Bernardini


Vittorio Campanella (Compositore italiano)

Scherzo op.19, Luigi Damaso, Torino


Vicente Caprino Maineri (1866-1931) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Junto al Farol (Tango Criollo), Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires

Primavera (Vals), Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires


Gennaro Caputo (Italian guitarist, lived at the end of the XIXth century)
Gaetano Donizetti (1797-1848) / Gennaro Caputo

Don Pasquale, Maurri, Firenze

Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835) / Gennaro Caputo
I Puritani (Celebre quartetto), Maurri, Firenze

Ernesto Becucci (1845-1905) / Gennaro Caputo
Sospiro del cuore (Notturno), A. & G. Carisch & C., Milano


Matteo Carcassi (1792-1853)

Valzer facile, included in Album n.6 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO January/1914, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Andantino, included in Album n.1 - Quarta Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO September/1926, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Divertimento op.16 n.8 (Tamburo), included in Album n.5 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO November/1929, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Marcia militare, included in Album n.6 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO October/1930, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Capriccio op.26 n.4 included in the magazine IL PLETTRO January/1932, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Preludio in La minore, included in Album n.4 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Ermenegildo Carosio (1866-1928) (Italian mandolinist, guitarist and composer, was born and died in Alessandria. He published hundred compositions and transcriptions in the musical periodicals "il Mandolinista", "il Chitarrista", "il Concerto", "il Plettro",  in the first years of the XXth century)

Ritorna !. (Hésitation) per pianoforte, G.Gori, Torino
Ritorna !. (Hésitation) per mandolino e chitarra, G.Gori, Torino

♦ Gavotta, per chitarra, included in IL CONCERTO n.82, A.Comellini e C., Bologna, 1900

♦ Inno per chitarra, included in IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, 1905

La Montanina (Celebre canzona) per mandolino e chitarra, IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, 1908

La Vedova Allegra (Mazurka) per mandolino, mandola e chitarra, IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, 1908

♦ L'amour refleurit per chitarra, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.98, G.Gori, Torino

♦ Maxisce brasilera per chitarra, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.99, G.Gori, Torino

♦ Ninuccia per chitarra, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.104, G.Gori, Torino

♦ Album di 6 pezzi per chitarra, A.Forlivesi & C., Firenze

 1. Vieni ! (Mazurka)
 2. Emily (Mazurka)
 3. Sei Carina (Polka)
 4. Très jolie (Polka-Marcia)
 5. Mio sogno (Valzer)
 6. Baci perduti (Valzer)

the solo pieces by Ermenegildo Carosio are available for purchase @Marco Bazzotti collection

Gaetano Donizetti (1797-1848) / Ermenegildo Carosio

Potpourrì sull'opera "Lucrezia Borgia" per mandolino, mandola e chitarra, IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, 1902

Serenata "Com'è gentil..." dall'opera "Don Pasquale" per mandolino, mandola e chitarra, IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, 1910

Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835) / Ermenegildo Carosio

Introduzione dall'opera "Norma" per mandolini, mandole e chitarra, IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, 1903

Ambroise Thomas (1811-1896) (Wikipedia) / Ermenegildo Carosio

Non conosci il bel suol... dall'opera "Mignon" per 2 mandolini e chitarra, IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, 1907

Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) / Ermenegildo Carosio

Addio del Passato dalla "Traviata" riduzione per mandolino, included in MANDOLINISTA ITALIANO N.160, A Monzino & Figli editori, Milano, 1922

G.Gori, Torino

Edmond Audran (1840-1912) (Wikipedia) / Ermenegildo Carosio

La Poupee (Valzer su motivi dell'operetta) per mandolino e chitarra, IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, 1902

John Philip Sousa (1854-1932) (Wikipedia) / Ermenegildo Carosio

Cadetten Marsch per mandolino, mandola e chitarra, included in IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, 1905


Ettore Carosio (?-1914) (Italian mandolinist, guitarist and composer)

Sposi Felici (Polka) per 2 mandolini e chitarra, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno VII n.22, Monticone editore, Torino, 1898

Sconforto (Mazurka) per chitarra, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno VII n.22, Monticone editore, Torino, 1898

Brunetta (Polka) per 2 mandolini e chitarra, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XI n.17, Monticone editore, Torino, 1902

Très Jolie (Polka) per chitarra, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XI n.17, Monticone editore, Torino, 1902

Mazurka per chitarra, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XII n.22, Monticone editore, Torino, 1903

Inno Chitarristico per chitarra, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXIII n.6, Monticone editore, Torino, 1923


Ferdinando Carulli (1770-1841)
Moderato op.21 n.2,
included in Album n.1 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO August/1925, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Capriccio, included in the musical supplement to the magazine Der Gitarrefreund Nr.7-8/1957 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)

Siciliana, included in the musical supplement to the magazine Der Gitarrefreund Nr.3-4/1961, Munchen (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)


Joaquin Casanovas (1862-?) (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934

Colombinas (Polka), included in Album n.4 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO December/1914, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Ulises J. Cassinelli (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)
Iguazú (Gato Zapateado), Gornatti Hnos., Buenos Aires, 1936

Mi Paloma (Vidalita), Gornatti Hnos., Buenos Aires, 1937

Muñequita (Gavotta), Gornatti Hnos., Buenos Aires

Cielito (Vals), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1945

El Paria (Estilo Sentimental), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Antonio Tanturi (Pianist, brother of Ricardo Tanturi, co-director of the Orquesta Tipica Tanturi-Petrone) / Ulises J. Cassinelli

Gigolo de Luxe (Tango), Ediciones musicales Alfredo Perrotti, Buenos Aires

A [José ?] Servidio / Ulises J. Cassinelli

El Carreton (Estilo criollo), Ediciones musicales Alfredo Perrotti, Buenos Aires


Nicodemo Casuscelli (1892-?)
El Reportaje (Tango), Diego Gracia y Cía., Buenos Aires
(with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Entre Amigos (Tango), Diego Gracia y Cía., Buenos Aires (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840) / Nicodemo Casuscelli
La Campanella, transcription, Ricordi Americana, Buenos Aires, 1942 (low resolution)

Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) / Nicodemo Casuscelli

Vals Op.69 N.1 (Póstuma), transcripción para guitarra, Antigua casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires


E. Mario Celli (1873-1901) (alias mandolinist and guitarist Enrico Marucelli)
Fiore Azzurro (Valzer), Edizioni R.Maurri, Firenze


Guillermo Cesanelli (1914-1979) (Proyecto de declaracion de la honorable camara de diputadosde la Provncia de Buenos Aires)
Querencia (Zarate), Editorial Musical A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1948


Pedro Charpentier (1888-?) (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)
Lamento, Diego Gracia y Cía., Buenos Aires


L. Chirici (Italian guitarist)
Di palo in frasca (Polka), Edizioni R.Maurri, Firenze


Carmelo Coletta (1885-1960) (Italian guitarist, mandolinist, composer and painter, was born in Messina. Well-known as composer for guitar and mandolin orchestra)  Photo

Napoli Bella! (Marcia), included in Album n.4 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO November/1913, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Mimosa (Gavotta), included in Album n.2 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1924, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano (with the courtesy of Christoph Jäggin, Zürich, Switzerland)

Le Tre Grazie (Fox Trot), included in Album n.5 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO February/1925, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Primavera!.. (Gavotta), included in Album n.4 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO June/1926, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Birichina (Polka) C. Notari, Luchsingen, published in the magazine MANDOLINISMO N.126/1927

Rosa Andalusa (Tango), included in Album n.1 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO May/1929, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Onde armoniose, included in Album n.2 - Quarta Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1934, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Amor trionfa (Marcia two step), included in Album n.6 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO December/1934, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Eduard van Malderen / Carmelo Coletta

Le Tango du Rêve for mandolin orchestra, C. Notari, Luchsingen, published in the magazine MANDOLINISMO N.136/1928

(Tango du Rêve played by Wladimir Seliski and his Salon Orchestra)


Camillo Consorti (Italian composer of the late nineteenth century)
Il Fior di Primavera (Mazurka), per mandolino o violino e chitarra, E.Perino, Roma

La Cavalleria di Foggia (Marcia militare), per mandolino o violino e chitarra, E.Perino, Roma


Segundo Contreras (1881-1951) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Antoine Meissonnier (1783-1857) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra) / Segundo Contreras
Petit Rondeau y Allegretto, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires


Eduardo Cordero (Italian ?? guitarist and composer of presumable Argentinean origin)

Ensueño (Serenata) op.10, included in Album n.3 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO August/1928, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Vittorio Corezzola (Italian guitarist and mandolinist, lived in Como)

Sorpresa (Mazurka) included in Album n.2 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Arnaldo (Minuetto) included in Album n.3 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO October/1912, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

The work was awarded at the competition of the IL PLETTRO in 1912 (results published in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1912)

Primi albori (Polka) included in Album n.3 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO Jan/1912, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Melchior Cortez (1882-?)  (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)
Colibri (Choro para Violão), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires

Marche Louis XVI, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires, 1928 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)

Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) / Melchior Cortez

Valsa op.69 n.2, arreglado para guitarra, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires, 1928 (with the courtesy of Edmar Fenicio, São Paulo, Brasil)


Napoléon Coste (1805-1883)  (Wikipedia)
Valse op.51 n.8 - Andante et var. de la 12e Sonate (Beethoven) op.52 - Rondo de la 15e Sonate (Beethoven) op.52, included in the musical supplement to the magazine Der Gitarrefreund Nr.3-4/1958, Munchen
(with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany) August 30


Alfred Cottin (1863-1923)  (Wikipedia)
Menuet, L. Grus & Cie., Paris

Melancolie, L. Grus & Cie., Paris

Habanera, L. Grus & Cie., Paris

Les Ondines Valse pour 2 guitares, Henry Lemoine & Cie., Paris

Ballade Circassienne, musical supplement to the magazine Der Gitarrefreund Nr.1-2/1953, Munchen (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)

Balalaika (Chanson Russe), included in the musical supplement to the magazine Der Gitarrefreund Nr.3-4/1961, Munchen (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)


Saverio Cucci (1889-?)  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Yinga (Estilo), para Guitarra o Canto y Guitarra (letra del malogrado Poeta Argentino Federico Curlando), Celestino Fernandez, Buenos Aires

Flores Silvestres (Vals), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1939


R. Cuconato

La Capinera canzone, riduzione per chitarra di Edoardo Daniele, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.60, G.Gori, Torino (low resolution)

La Sorgente del Po (Turin Cavoret Sôrgis) canzone piemontese di A.Parrocchia, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.77, G.Gori, Torino


Luigi Dall'Argine (1875-1950) (Italian composer of operettas)

Serenata del Torero dall'operetta "Dall'Ago al Milione" riduzione per chitarra di Edoardo Daniele, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.70, G.Gori, Torino (low resolution)

Serenata del Torero dall'operetta "Dall'Ago al Milione" per canto o mandolino e chitarra, IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, ca.1906 (low resolution)

Barcarola del Marinaro dall'operetta "Dall'Ago al Milione" riduzione per chitarra di Edoardo Daniele, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.71, G.Gori, Torino (low resolution)

Barcarola del Marinaro dall'operetta "Dall'Ago al Milione" per canto o mandolino e chitarra, IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, ca.1906 (low resolution)

Valzer del 'Panorama' dall'operetta "Dall'Ago al Milione" riduzione per chitarra di Enrico Viarizio, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.72, G.Gori, Torino (low resolution)

Fri-Free-Froom dall'operetta "Dall'Ago al Milione" riduzione per chitarra di Edoardo Daniele, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.60, G.Gori, Torino (low resolution)

Canzone Italiana & Incognita Bellezza... (Serenata) (A.Ristori) dall'operetta "Dall'Ago al Milione" per canto o mandolino e chitarra, IL MANDOLINISTA, G.Gori, Torino, ca.1906 (low resolution)

Valzer dall'operetta "Dall'Ago al Milione" riduzione per chitarra di Enrico Viarizio, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.90, G.Gori, Torino (low resolution)


Tomas Damas (1825-1890) (Wikipedia)

Andante e Scherzo, Giovanni Chiappino, Torino


Giovanni D'Amato (Italian composer)

Egle (Mazurka), per 1 o 2 mandolini e chitarra (oppure pianoforte), included in the Album Premio de il giornale IL CONCERTO, Comellini & Turco, Bologna, 1908


Federico De Andreis

Sergei Rachmaninov (1873-1943) / Federico De Andreis

Prelude Op.3 No.2, transcripción para guitarra, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1950 (low resolution)


Edoardo Daniele (Italian guitarist and arranger of the early twentieth century)
Addio del Torero (Toreador) - chanson trascrizione per chitarra di Edoardo Daniele, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.47, G.Gori, Torino

R. Cuconato / Edoardo Daniele

La Capinera canzone, riduzione per chitarra di Edoardo Daniele, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.60, G.Gori, Torino (low resolution)

Luigi Dall'Argine (1875-1950) (Italian composer of operettas) / Edoardo Daniele

Serenata del Torero dall'operetta "Dall'Ago al Milione" riduzione per chitarra di Edoardo Daniele, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.70, G.Gori, Torino (low resolution)

Barcarola del Marinaro dall'operetta "Dall'Ago al Milione" riduzione per chitarra di Edoardo Daniele, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.71, G.Gori, Torino (low resolution)

Fri-Free-Froom dall'operetta "Dall'Ago al Milione" riduzione per chitarra di Edoardo Daniele, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.60, G.Gori, Torino (low resolution)


Paolo De Cupis (Italian mandolinist, lived in Rome during  the first half of the XXth century)
Improvvisata (Mazurka) per mandolino, mandola e chitarra,
n.35 de IL MANDOLINO ROMANO, Roma, 1909


Manuel De Falla (1876-1946)

Homenaje a Debussy in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.1, 1923 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)


José De Freitas (1909-1960) (Brasilian guitarist and compositor was born in Pomba, in the state Minas Geraes)

Gavota, published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO de março (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)


Vicente Degese (Argentinian guitarist)
Cortando Campo (Estilo), Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1949
(low resolution)


Francisco J. Delbene (1900-?)  (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Louis Streabbog [Gobbaerts] (1835-1886) (Wikipedia) / Francisco Delbene
Las Estrellas de Oro (Vals), Antigua casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1937 (low resolution)


Josefina P. de Morisoli  (Argentine guitarist)  Photo
Flor de Amancay (Zamba) para una o dos guitarras, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires


Adela Del Valle (1897-?)  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
La Criolla (Canción campera) composicion de estilo fácil para canto y guitarra, Celestino Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low

El Cimarrón (Estilo) para guitarra y canto, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Guajiras para guitarra y canto, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Juan Mas / Adela Del Valle
La Despedida del Mazorquero (Canción porteña) arreglo para canto y guitarra, Celestino Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Pedro Quijano (1875-?)  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra) / Adela Del Valle

La Salteña (Zamacueca), arreglo para guitarra por Adela Del Valle, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Umberto De Martino (Italian guitarist, mandolinist and composer, lived in Neaples)

Barcarola (Verso Ignoti Lidi) included in Album n.2 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO June/1912, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

The work was awarded at the competition of the IL PLETTRO in 1912 (results published in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1912)

Lucevan le stelle included in Album n.3 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and the magazine IL PLETTRO May/1910, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Teresa De Rogatis (1893-1979) (Clara Campese webpage: Biografia di Teresa De Rogatis, tratta da "Angelo Gilardino & Stefano Aruta - T. De Rogatis: Opere scelte per chitarra Ed. Musicali Berben, Ancona 1993")

Gavotta della Bambola, included in Album n.3 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano, 1920 (low resolution)


Americo De Turris  (Argentine guitarist)
Minueto no.1 Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires


Alberto Diana Lavalle (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

De Prepo... (Gran Milonga), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1941

Gato con Milonga (Variaciones), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1945


Ricardo Diaz Romero  (...Guitarrista amateur, argentino., En el ano 1909 estaba cursando los estudios del instrumento bajo la direccion de Antonio Sinópoli... / Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Bambuco Colombiano (Casta Paloma, Entre las Peñas), Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires


Benigno Di Martino (1895-?) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Vibraciones (Estilo) Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires


Arcangelo Dinaro (Italian guitarist-composer, physician surgeon, native of Sardinia)

Rosita - Gran valzer (Parte prima), included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXXI n.7, Monticone editore, Torino, 1922 (reprint 1924)

Rosita - Gran valzer (Parte seconda), included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXXI n.8, Monticone editore, Torino, 1922

Gli Zampognari (Pastorale), included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXXII n.5, Monticone editore, Torino, 1923 (reprint 1925)


Benedetto Di Ponio (1898-1962) (Italian guitarist and composer, was born and died in Rome. He was the first professor of the guitar at a Conservatory of music in Italy) Photo published in the magazine IL PLETTRO May/1923

Tarantella Op.1, included in Album n.1 - Quarta Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and the magazine IL PLETTRO June/1926, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano (low resolution)

Ronda Cinese Op.6, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1941, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano (low resolution)


Antonio Dominici (1872-1934) (...Italian guitarist and composer born in Palermo, moved around 1900 to Russia, where he was active at the court of the Zar Nikolaus II. Under the influence of Dominici, which gave concerts on the 6 strings classical guitar, several Russian guitarists who played on the 7 stings guitar adopted the 6 strings instrument. At the outbreak of the Russian revolution, Dominici returned to its homeland and began to give concerts and teach... / Jozef Powrozniak, Gitarren-Lexicon, Verlag Neue Musik, 1979-80)

♦ Triste Ricordo (melodia), Edizione dell'Autore,1928
♦ Fantasia Patetica, Augusta, Torino, 1927 -
Recorded by Luise Walker with the title "Italienisch Fantasie" (Telefunken 78', 1934 / reprinted in the CD "Les Grandes Dames" de la Guitare)

the solo pieces by Antonio Dominici are available for purchase @Marco Bazzotti collection


João dos Santos (1870-1940) (Brasilian amateur guitarist, Was born in Niteroi)

Arrufos (Chôro), digitada por Ronoel Simões, Fermata do Brasil, São Paulo (with the courtesy of Edmar Fenicio, São Paulo, Brasil) September 06


Spiro Drongitis (Greek guitarist and composer. A lawyer, lived in Athens)

Ultime Lagrime (Romanza) included in Album n.3 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO August/1911, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) / Spiro Drongitis

Aria di primavera, included in Album n.5 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO March/1913, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

The work was awarded at the competition of the IL PLETTRO in 1912 (results published in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1912)


Esteban Eitler (1913-1960) (Composer and flautist, was born in Bozen [Bolzano, Italia], died in São Paulo, Brasil)
Sonatina 1942, rev.para Wiolâum Augusto Marcellino (1910-1973), Ediciones Politonia
, Buenos Aires, 1947 (low resolution)

see also the revision by Nestor Guestrin (IMSLP Biblioteca Musicale Petrucci)


Pablo Escobar (1900-?) (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)
Nelida (Mazurka),
Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1938 (low resolution)
Pericón (Facil), Pablo Escobar, Buenos Aires, 1947 (low resolution)
Chopi (Danza Paraguaya), Pablo Escobar / Litografia musical Garrot, Buenos Aires, 1947
(low resolution)
Perlita (Vals), Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1947 (low resolution)
Los Ecos de mi Caja (Vidalita), Pablo Escobar / Litografia musical Garrot, Buenos Aires, 1948 (low resolution)
Tuya (Zamba), Pablo Escobar / Litografia musical Garrot, Buenos Aires, 1948
(low resolution)
Palomita Viajera (Vidalita), Editorial Musical Alfredo Perrotti, Buenos Aires, 1949
(low resolution)

Saul Salinas (1882-1921) (Todotango) / José Razzano (1887-1960) (Wikipedia) / Pablo Escobar

Corazones Partidos (Zamba Cueca), arreglo de J.Razzano, transcripción para guitarra, Alfredo Perrotti, Buenos Aires, 1930 (low resolution)

Octavio Barbero (?-1948) (Todotango) / Pablo Escobar

Francia (Vals), transcripción para guitarra, Alfredo Perrotti, Buenos Aires, 1935 (low resolution)

Antonio Buglione (1899-1978) (Todotango) / Pablo Escobar

La Maleva (Tango), transcripción para guitarra, Alfredo Perrotti, Buenos Aires, 1922 (low resolution)

Julio De Caro (1899-1980) (Todotango) / Pablo Escobar

Buen Amigo (Tango), transcripción para guitarra, Alfredo Perrotti, Buenos Aires, 1933 (low resolution)


Ercilio C. Escudero Riquelme (Argentina)

Amor Salteño (Zamba popular), arreglo para guitarra, Boccazzi, 1946


Juan Pedro Esnaola (1808-1878)

Dos Valses, Asociación Guitarristica Argentina, Buenos Aires, 1935


Salvatore Falbo (1872-1927) (Falbo Giangreco Salvatore -  Compositore e Capo·musica; nato nel 1872 in Avola (Siracusa), vi morì l'8 aprile 1927, quale direttore di quella Banda, come prima aveva diretto quella di Nicosa. Allievo del conservatorio di Palermo compì gli studi di composizione con i maestri Favara e Zuelli, diplomandosi nel 1896 col presentare agli esami finali una Scena lirica per grande orchestra, e una Fuga a 5 voci. È autore di musica orchestrale (Ouverture, Suite, Intermezzo); Lirica per archi; Pezzi per violino e pianoforte (Romanza, Lirica, Serenata); l'opera in un atto Pompadour, libretto di F. Amato (Avola Tr. Garibaldi); l'operetta La Favola della Principessa. / Carlo Schmidl, Dizionario Universale dei Musicisti, Appendice al primo e secondo volume, Casa editrice Sonzogno, Milano, 1938

Irresistibile (Fox Trot) per 2 mandolini e chitarra, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO June/1924, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Giuseppe Farrauto (Italian guitarist-composer, was born in Palermo)

Leggenda Cinese, supplemento de IL CHITARRISTA n.1, Messina, 1950 (low resolution)

(review published in "L'Arte Chitarristica" n.32, Bèrben, 1952)

Melodia (a tremolo), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano, published together with Giovanni Murtula ♦ Serenatella Romantica (low resolution)


Carmen Farré de Prat (1900-1985?) (...guitarrista y compositora  esposa de Domingo Prat,  como el oriunda de Barcelona...)  Mujer y Guitarra Española

Pinina (Melodia), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Billiken (Vals), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Giuseppe Fenoglio (Italian violinist, guitarist, mandolinist, died 1920 ca. at 58 in Milan)

Tramonto, included in Album n.5 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO August/1914, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Ettore Feroci (Italian composer of popular music, in Rome, at the late nineteenth century)
Tempo Perduto non si acquista più (Marcia), per mandolino o violino e chitarra, E.Perino, Roma


Aldo Ferrari (1879-1936) (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Polka Brillante, included in Album n.2 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Marcia Militare, included in Album n.6 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO July/1914, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Robert Schumann (1810-1856) / Aldo Ferrari

Il Contadino allegro (from Album per la Gioventù Op.68), included in Album n.3 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista,  and in the magazine IL PLETTRO January/1913, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Raoul Chassain (Cav. Avv. Raoul Chassain de la Plasse, famous French magistrate and musician in Roanne)  / Aldo Ferrari

Le Prince Charmant (Gavotta) per 2 chitarre, included in Album n.5 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO August/1912, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Josep Ferrer (1835-1916) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

La Ausencia (Andante sentimentale) op.61, included in Album n.4 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO June/1914, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Angelo Ferretti (1844-?) (Mandolinista [e chitarrista ?] italiano)

Clio (Mazurka), per mandolino e chitarra, included in ARTE MANDOLINISTICA  Anno V n.20, Genova, 1913


Angelo Figliolini (1878-1955) (Italian mandolinist)

Marcia di Concerto for mandolin solo, included in the Album Premio de il giornale IL CONCERTO, Comellini & Turco, Bologna, 1908


Abel Fleury (1903-1955) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

El Cuando (Baile santiagueño) Celestino Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

La Cimarrona (Ranchera) Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1942 (low resolution)


Mario Foresi (1849-1932) (Italian literary man and patron of many artistic and musical interest, fully integrated in the Tuscan cultural life between the two centuries)
Inno di Garibaldi (canto popolare) per canto e pianoforte o chitarra, Salani, Firenze, 1890

Brezze leggiere scherzano... (canto popolare) per canto e pianoforte o chitarra, Salani, Firenze, 1887

Vieni, vieni alla barchetta (canto popolare) per canto e pianoforte o chitarra, Salani, Firenze, 1892

La barchetta che scorre sull'onde (canto popolare) per canto e pianoforte o chitarra, Salani, Firenze, 1892

Marinaresca Veneziana (canto popolare) per canto e pianoforte o chitarra, Salani, Firenze


Tancredi Forneris (?-1925) (Italian cellist, conductor and mandolinist, was born and died in Moncalieri) (Il Piemonte e la Musica 1800-1984 by Guglielmo Berutto)

Italia (Polka-marcia) for mandolin and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno I n.2, Monticone editore, Torino, 1892 (reprint 1913)


Daniel Fortea (1878-1953)  (Wikipedia)
Robert Schumann (1810-1856) / Daniel Fortea

Nocturno Op.23 n.4, herausgegeben von Bruno Henze, Haslinger-Lichterfelde, Berlin (low resolution)


Fra Cassio da Velletri (??)

Valzer da Concerto, included in Album n.4 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO February/1932, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Solitudine (Mazurka), included in Album n.2 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO September/1933, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano (with the courtesy of Christoph Jäggin, Zürich, Switzerland)

Preludio in Do minore, included in Album n.6 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO December/1934, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Ferdinando Francia (?-1904) (Italian mandolinist and guitarist, died in Genoa on June 13 1904. He was talented teacher and composer for plectrum instruments, and published 250 works)
Bocca Profumata (Waltzer) for two mandolins and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno VI n.16, Monticone editore, Torino, 1897


Ernest Gaberbir (1813-1869) (Russian pianist and teacher)

Concert Etude for 7 string guitar, transcr. O.Petrova, included in THREE ETUDES by Masters-Guitarists of the XIX Century (V.Morkov - N.Aleksandrov - E.Gaberbir), Muzgiz (Gosudarstvennoye Muzykal'noye Izdatelstvo), Moskow, 1954 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany) August 24


Gustavo Gabet (XIXc. composer)

La Rondinella (Polka Mazurka), arranger ??, Lottero, Buenos Aires

An arrangement for 1 or 2 guitars by Francesco Castelli was published by G.Ricordi & Co., Milano plate number 81815 corresponding to Francesco Lucca editions, sold to Ricordi in 1890.


Salvatore Galea Abela (Mandolinist and conductor in Malta)

Virgina (polka brillante), per 2 mandolini e chitarra, included in IL CONCERTO n.82, A.Comellini e C., Bologna, 1900

La Bellezza dal Ballo (Schottisch), per 1 o 2 mandolini e chitarra (oppure pianoforte), included in the Album Premio de il giornale IL CONCERTO, Comellini & Turco, Bologna, 1908


Alfonso Galluzzo (1901-1955) (Suplemento 2011 de la Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Preludios n° 1 y 2 Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Preludios n° 3 Diego, Gracia & Cia, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Preludios n° 4 Diego, Gracia & Cia, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Hoja de Albym y Romanza n.2 Diego, Gracia & Cia, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Esteban Galvan

A mi cholita (Vals) A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1958 (low resolution)


Severino Garcia Fortea (?-1931) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Playera Gitana, manuscript (1912)

Sierra Morena, manuscript (1912)

Sevillana Popular, manuscript (1920)

Stephen Heller (1813-1888) (Wikipedia) / Severino Garcia Fortea
Seis Estudios Recreativos, Lemoine, Paris

Francis Thomé (1850-1909) (Wikipedia) / Severino Garcia Fortea
Mandoline (Serenade Espagnole) Op.65, Lemoine, Paris, 1913

Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909) / Severino Garcia Fortea
Alborada, Union Musical Española, Madrid, 1925

Plegaria, Union Musical Española, Madrid, 1925

Oriental, Union Musical Española, Madrid, 1924

Polonesa, Union Musical Española, Madrid, 1925


Carlos Garcia Tolsa (1858-1905) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Una Lagrima (Mazurka), Carlos Schnockel, Buenos Aires

Meditacion (Nocturno) Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Seleccion de 15 Obras, Celestino Fernandez, Buenos Aires (version de Mario Rodriguez Arenas):

1. Enriqueta (Habanera) (1/2 guitars)
2. Entre dos Luces (Habanera) (1/2 guitars)
3. Maruja (Habanera)
4. La Prometida (Polka)
5. Irene (Polka)
6. Matilde (Mazurka)

7. Estela (Mazurka)

8. Lejos de Ti (Vals)
9. La Visita (Vals)

10. Mercedes (Gavota)

11a. Pienso en Ti (Tanda de Valses): Introduccion. - Vals n.1 - Vals n.2

11b. Pienso en Ti (Tanda de Valses): Vals n.3 - Vals n.4 - Coda

12. Al Fin Solos (Sonata)

13. Meditacion (Nocturno)

complete album @vincenzo pocci guitar music library


Enea Gardana (Italian guitarist and composer of the nineteenth century)
Non dimenticarmi (Mazurka),
IL CHITARRISTA Nr.106, G.Gori, Torino


Rosario Gargano (1879-1962) (Italian mandolinist, guitarist and composer)

Rimembranze (valtzer), per 2 mandolini e chitarra, included in IL CONCERTO n.136, A.Comellini e C., Bologna, 1902


Lisanella Gentili (Italian guitarist)
Reminiscenze (Bozzetto), included in Album n.5 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO November/1928, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Impromptu, included in Album n.1 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO May/1929, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Antonio Giacomino (Violão con Fabio Zanon)
Recordação de Agustin Barrios  (Homenagem Posthuma), Casa Del Vecchio, São Paulo
(low resolution) (Audio performed by the author)
Bate Pe' (Batuque), A Melodia, São Paulo
(low resolution)
Reminiscencias do Passado, A Melodia, São Paulo, 1946
(low resolution)


Andrea Gilardenghi (?-1925) (Italian guitarist and composer)

Dopo Mezzanotte (Polka) for two mandolins and guitar , included in LIRA MANDOLINISTICA, Morutto editore, Torino

Extase du bal for two mandolins and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XVII n.2, Monticone editore, Torino, 1908


Lorenzo Girola (Argentine guitarist and composer in Coronel Pringles)

Adios a Fleury, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)

Rondò originale (ad imitazione del suono delle campane di Bologna), included in Album n.5 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Andantino grazioso op.30 n.15, included in Album n.5 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO October/1926, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Studio op.48 n.6, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano, published together with Giorgio Pezzoli ♦ Valzer (low resolution)


Mario J. Godoy

El Mistrol (Estilo Provinciano) para 1 y 2 guitarras, 2a Guitarra por Pablo Escobar, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Ramon Gomez Cruz

Danza Exotica Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Jesús González (1893-?) (Concertista y profesor de guitarra español, nacido en Villa Otero del Rey/Lugo trasladó a la Argentina en enero de 1907 y radicándose en Buenos Aires / Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Francisco Canaro (1888-1964) (Todotango) / González Jesús

El Tango de la Mula, Julio Korn, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Manuel Gonzalez-Nieto (1892-?) (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Por lejanas tierras (Aire Argentino) Casa Breyer y Porfirio, Rosario


Giovanni Battista Granata (1620/21-1687) (Wikipedia)

Corrente, tratta dalla tabulatura da Riccardo Vaccari, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano, published together with Giovanni Murtula ♦ Danza Spagnola (low resolution)


Carlo Graziani-Walter (1851-1927) (Italian musician, teacher, composer, publisher, music seller)

Stanislao Gastaldon (1861-1939) (Wikipedia) / Carlo Graziani-Walter

Musica Proibita (Celebre melodia) libera trascrizione per mandolino e chitarra, Genesio Venturini, Firenze (Musica Proibita by Enrico Caruso)


Ercole Grechi (Italian composer mandolinist? and guitarist?)

Danza dei Seleniti (Polka brillante), for mandolin orchestra, included in the Album Premio de il giornale IL CONCERTO, Comellini & Turco, Bologna, 1908


Carlo Grosso (Italian mandolinist and guitarist)
Capricciosa (Polka) for mandolin and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno II n.13, Monticone editore, Torino, 1893


Giuseppe Guindani (1859-1928) (Italian composer and band conductor, was born in Cremona, died in Ivrea)

La Bella Veneziana (Mazurka), included in ARTE MANDOLINISTICA  Anno III n.17, Genova, 1907


Ramon Gutierrez-Parada (1874-?) (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Flores de España (Passo Doppio) included in Album n.2 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1913, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Viva Aragon (Jota) included in Album n.3 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, Vizzari, Milano, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO October/1924, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Bruno Henze (1900-1978) (Guitarist and composer, was born and died in Berlin / Biography)

Impressionen (Suite für Gitarre), Verlag Armonia (C.Sawaguchi), Sendai, 1933 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)


Carl Henze (1872-1946) (Guitarist and composer, was born and died in Berlin, father of Bruno Henze / Wikipedia)

Jacques Offenbach (1819-1980) / Carl Henze (1872-1946)

Barcarolle from "The Tales of Hoffmann", Johann André, Offenbach am Main September 16


Pedro Herrera (1903-1971) (Guitarrista y compositor argentino)

Nocturno, A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1943 (low resolution)

Duo de Quenas (Melodia Incaica), A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1944 (low resolution)

Zamba del Regreso (Zamba), A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1944 (low resolution)

Procesion en la Quebrada (Leyenda), A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1944 (low resolution)

Triste en do menor, A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1944 (low resolution)

El Pastor y sus llamas (Poema Serrano), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1950 (low resolution)

Estilo Punteano, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1950 (low resolution)

Album: 1.Carmen, 2.Arpa y Guitarra, 3.Vieniendo de Lejos, 4.Trenzando, 5.De Contra Punto, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Zorzal Herido (Lamento), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution) September 08

Introduccion (Milonga de Contrapunto), Ferrer, Buenos Aires, 1966 (low resolution) September 12


Eduardo Lorenzo Hornos

Rastrojo (Estilo), A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1954 (low resolution)

La Querencia Olvidada (Melodia Campera), A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1960 (low resolution)

Fogoncito Criollo (Zamba), A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Congoja (Estilo), A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Aquiles Ibargoyen (Guitarrista y compositor uruguayo, contemporáneo. Trátase de una conocida_ personalidad .en el terreno científico de su país, pues Aquiles lbargoyen es uno de los mejores médicos de la nueva generación. Amante devoto de la guitarra, aprendió á tocarla con profesores de su pueblo, San José, dedicándose más tarde a la composición... /  Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Aires criollos (Triste) op.20, published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO agosto-setembro 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)

Cancion Criolla, published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO de novembro-dezembro 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)


Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre (1879-?) (Enciclopedia de la GuitarraPhoto

El Pampeano (Estilo), F.Nuñez y Cia., Buenos Aires

Bailecito (Cuando nada te debia) (Baile), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires

Gotas de Rocio (Vals), Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires

Todo es Engaño (Vals), Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires

La Danza de Fauno, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Gavota para una o dos guitarras, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Variaciones sobre la Vidalita (Auras Argentinas n.3), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires

Sonata n.1 (en Re Menor): I - Allegro, Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires

Sonata n.1 (en Re Menor): II - Minuetto, Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires

Sonata n.1 (en Re Menor): III - Allegretto, Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires

El Ramillette (3 piezas faciles:Vals, Mazurka y Habanera), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Icaro (Vals) Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Pericón con variaciones (Auras Argentinas n.7), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Anhelo (Auras Argentinas n.12), Estilo para guitarra o para canto y guitarra, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

El Montaráz (Auras Argentinas n.15) para dos guitarras, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires

Milonga Popular, armonización P.A.Iparraguirre, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1938

Escalas menores melodicas, Ricordi Americana, Buenos Aires, 1941

Carl Maria Weber (1786-1826) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Ultimo Pensamiento Musical, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Ludovic [pseudonym of Jean-Louis Gobbaerts (1835-1886)] (Wikipedia) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Cancion de Margarita, Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires

Raúl de los Hoyos (1898-?) (Todotango) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Purrete de mi amor (Tango), arreglo para guitarra, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Noches de Colon (Tango), arreglo para guitarra, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Raúl de los Hoyos (1898-?) (Todotango) / P.I.Harriet

Sonsa (Tango), arreglo para guitarra, Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires

Juan Rodriguez (1895-1928) (Todotango) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Mi Esclava (Tango), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires

Pedro Datta (1887-1934) (Todotango) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

El Aeroplano (Vals), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (El Aeroplano performed by Cuarteto Roberto Firpo)

Ernesto Ponzio (1885-1934) (Todotango) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Don Juan (Tango), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires, 1937 (El Aeroplano performed by Orquesta Carlos Di Sarli)

Carlos Gardel (1890-1935) (Wikipedia) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Mano a Mano (Tango), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires  (Mano a mano performed by Carlos Gardel)

Kepler Lais (1894-1940) (Euskomedia) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

La Cieguita (Tango), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (La Ciequita performed by Libertad Lamarque)

Enrique Saborido (1877-1941) (Wikipedia) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Felicia (Tango), transcripción para guitarra o canto y guitarra, Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires, 1938

Carlos F. Bravo (argentino, funcionario de la compañía Victor de Buenos Aires) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Mate Amargo (Ranchera), transcripción para guitarra o canto y guitarra, Alfredo Perrotti, Buenos Aires, 1929

Juan Bauer 'Firpito' (1897-1952) (Club de Tango)  / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

No te Quiero Mas (Tango), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Arturo De Bassi (1890-1950) (Todotango)  / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

El Caburé (Tango), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires, 1938 (low resolution) (El Caburé performed by Cuarteto Juan Maglio)

Antonio Scatasso (1886-1956) (Todotango) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Caferata (Tango), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Felipe Boero (1884-1958) (Wikipedia) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Media Cana (de la opera El Matrero) para guitarra y canto y guitarra, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Antonio Polito (1898-1958) (Todotango) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Por un Cariño (Tango) para guitarra y canto y guitarra, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

José Mocciola (1902-1960) (eng.tango.info) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Para Tí, Madre (Vals), transcripción para guitarra o canto y guitarra, Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires, 1937 (low resolution) (Para Ti Madre performed by Orquesta Osmar Maderna)

Francisco Canaro (1888-1964) (Todotango) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Tiempos Viejos (Tango), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

El Bichito del Amor (Ranchera), transcripción para guitarra o canto y guitarra, Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Sufra (Tango), arreglado para guitarra, Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Agustín Argentino Cornejo (1899-1965) (Todotango) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

¡Que linda la chacarera (Chacarera), arreglo para guitarra o canto y guitarra, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Enrique Delfino (1895-1967) (Todotango) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Araca Corazon (Tango), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Pedro Maffia (1899-1967) (Todotango) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Noche de Reyes (Tango), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (low resolution) (Noche de Reyes performed by Carlos Gardel)

Alberto Soifer (1907-1977) (Todotango) / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Marcha de la Armada, transcripción para guitarra o canto y guitarra, Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

L[uis?] Gutiérrez del Barrio (Todotango)? / Pedro Antonio  Iparraguirre

Una Reja en Triana (Paso Doble), transcripción para guitarra o canto y guitarra, Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires


Alexsander Ivanov-Kramskoy (1912-1973) (page at www.lute.ru)
Eight Pieces, Muzgiz (Gosudarstvennoye Muzykal'noye Izdatelstvo), Moskow/Leningrad, 1946 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)

     1. Felix Mendelssohn – Song without words n.4

     2. Felix Mendelssohn – Song without words n.14

     3. Mikhail Glinka – Polka

     4. Alexander T. Gretchaninov – Mazurka

     5. Petr Ilic Tchaikovsky Neapolitan Dance-Song  (from Swan Lake & Children’s Album  op.39)

     6. Petr Ilic Tchaikovsky – Chant d’automne (from Les Saisons: October)

     7. Petr Ilic Tchaikovsky – Humoresque

     8. Fryderyk Chopin – Mazurka

Pieces, Muzgiz (Gosudarstvennoye Muzykal'noye Izdatelstvo), Moskow/Leningrad, 1947 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)

     1. Study

     2. Prelude (e-moll)

     3. Prelude (h-moll)

     4. Prelude (d-moll)

     5. Lullaby

     6. Waltz

     7. Gavotte

     8. Variations on Russian folk theme "Polosynka"

Collection of Pieces by Soviet Composers, Muzgiz/Leningrad (Gosudarstvennoye Muzykal'noye Izdatelstvo), Moskow, 1950 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)

    1. Tikhon Khrennikov (1913-2007) – Svetlana’s lullaby (from the music comedy “Long ago”) -  transcr. by A. Ivanov-Kramskoy

    2. Nikolaj Ivanov Etude-Improvviso

    3. Aleksander Ivanov-Kramskoy – Prelude (a-moll)

    4. Aleksander Ivanov-Kramskoy  Nocturn

    5. Aleksander Ivanov-Kramskoy  Variations on the russian folk song " Ah, a oak on the hill”

    6. Aleksander Ivanov-Kramskoy  Fantaisie on 2 russian popular themes

    7. Nicolaj Rechmensky (1893-1967)  Etude

    8. Mikhail Tcheremukhin Waltz

3 Russian Folk Songs, Muzgiz, Moskow, 1955 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)

     1. As in our garden

     2. At the gate

     3. Oh mother, the head hurts (Variations)

  4 Folk Songs, Muzgiz, Moskow, 1957

     1. Russian folk song "Go home, my cow"

     2. Russian folk song "I'll go, I'll come out"

     3. Russian folk song "A birch stood In the field "

     4. Belarusian folk song "Perepyodochka" (A little bird)

7 Pieces for Young Guitarists, Muzgiz, Moskow, 1958

     1. Game

     2. Sad song

     3. Joke

     4. Melody

     5. Little Waltz

     6. Prelude

     7. Lullaby

Etude - Valse - Dance - Prelude - Chant sans paroles, Muzgiz, Moskow, 1962 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)


C.W.J. Jansen (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) / C.W.J. Jansen

Celebre Melodia, included in Album n.6 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO February/1915, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


William J. Kitchener (1861-c.1920) (Guitarist and composer in United States) 

Andante e Valzer op.89, included in Album n.4 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO September/1914, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Anibal Ladrú (1882-?) (Guitarist and composer in Argentina, famous for his orchestra of 20 guitars / Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

La Quena, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires

Carl Emil Paul Lincke (1866-1946) (German composer of operettas) / Anibal Ladrú

Gavota, transcripta para dos Guitarras, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires


Pedro Larrandart  (Guitarrista y compositor contemporaneo... [1934]  / Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)
Preludio n.1, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1937
(low resolution)

Amorosamente (Canción) op.5, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1940 (low resolution)

Lejanos Pagos (Pericón), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1941 (low resolution)

Saverio Santo (Estilo) - Al Pié de la Carreta (Milonga), A. Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1953 (low resolution)

Mazurka N.1, para una ó dos Guitarras, 2a Guitarra de Julio A.Vocos Luque, A. Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1960 (low resolution)


Georges Laval (guitarist and composer of the early twentieth century)

Fleur d'Automne (Mazurka), included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XVII n.2, Monticone editore, Torino, 1908


Luigi Legnani (1790-1877) (Naxos.com)

Tema e variazioni (frammento dell'op.29),  included in Album n.4 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO July/1913, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Capriccio op.20 n.4, included in Album n.1 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, Vizzari, Milano, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO January/1924, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Hilarión Leloup (1876-1939) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Aires Argentinos, Romero y Agromayor, Buenos Aires

Colección de 8 obras muy fáciles, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Marcha Real Española, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Johann  Baptist Cramer (1771-1868) (pianist and pedagogue)  / Hilarión Leloup

Estudio n.33 arreglado para guitarra, Breyer Hermanos, Buenos Aires

Sebastian Iradier (1806-1865) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra) / Hilarión Leloup
La Paloma (Habanera) transcripción para guitarra, Belaunde, Buenos Aires

Charles Gounod (1818-1893) / Hilarión Leloup
Ave Maria transcripción para guitarra, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires
(with the courtesy of Jorge M. Tiscornia Gondra, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) / Hilarión Leloup
Chanson de Solvejg arreglado para guitarra, Fco Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires

Enrique Granados (1867-1916) / Hilarión Leloup
Chanson Arabe transcripción para guitarra, Casa Edreira, Buenos Aires

Angel N. Rocca / Hilarión Leloup
!Que Linda es la Patria Mia! transcripción para guitarra, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

José Padilla (1889-1960) (Wikipedia) / Hilarión Leloup
El Relicario arreglado para guitarra, Casa Edreira de S.Massarotto y Cia, Buenos Aires
(low resolution)

Ana Schneider de Cabrera (1897-1970) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra) / Hilarión Leloup

Ay, qué lindo será (Aire de Zamba), arreglo para Dos Guitarras, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Carlo Lissoni (1881-1953) (Italian guitarist, mandolinist) Il Plettro Italiano Aprile 1953

Strimpellata notturna (Capriccio di concerto) 2 mandolini, mandola e chitarra, C. Notari, Luchsingen, published in the magazine MANDOLINISMO N.144/1928


Miguel Llobet (1878-1938)
Romanza (compuesta en 1896),
in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.2, 1923 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)
El Testamen de n'Amelia (Melodia popular catalana) (1900) Biblioteca Fortea, Madrid

El Testament d'Amelia (Melodia popular catalana) in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.2, 1923 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)
Preludio (en re major) Pequeno recuerdo a la precoz guitarrista Maria Luisa Anido. Barcelona, 7 de Septiembre de 1916, first edition in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.2, 1923 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)
Estilo Popular Argentino (en fa diesis minor) Armonizado para guitarra segun la version de Pedro M.Quijano, y escrito exclusivamente para "La Guitarra", first edition in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.3, 1925 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)
Estilo Popular Argentino (en mi minor) Armonizado para guitarra segun la version de Pedro M.Quijano, y escrito exclusivamente para "La Guitarra", first edition in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.4, 1926 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) / Miguel Llobet

Preludio transcripción para guitarra, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires, 1935

Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) / Miguel Llobet

Romanza sin Palabras Op.62 n.25) para dos guitarras, in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.5, 1926 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Amor Maternal (Romanza sin Palabras Op.30 n.3) in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.6, 1926 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) / Miguel Llobet
Melodia Noruega de la Balada Op.24
in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.1, 1923 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Enrique Granados (1867-1916) / Miguel Llobet
Danza Española n.5 transcripción para guitarra, Union Musical Española, 1926

La Maja de Goya (Tonadilla) transcripción para guitarra, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires August 21


Joaquin López y Flores (1897-?)
El Sureño (Candombe), manuscript, 1946
(low resolution)

Minueto n.5, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Don Evaristo (Ranchera), para 1,2 y 3 guitarras, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


J.Luino (Argentine guitarist)
A. Serpieri / J.Luino
The Coon and the Moon (Two step), Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires??


Adolfo Luna (1889-1970) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Flor del Valle Chacarera), para guitarra sola y para canto y guitarra, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires
(low resolution)

Suray-Surita (Preludio Incaico), Diego Gracia y Cía, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Canto Indio (Trémolo), Diego Gracia y Cía, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Fuga a dos Voces, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1937 (low resolution)

Tranco a Tranco (Bailecito), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1940 (low resolution)
Flor de Tusca (Zamba Riojana), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1945
(low resolution)
Siete de Abril, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1949
(low resolution)

Parche y Cantar (Carnavalito), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1949 (low resolution)
Preludio Pampeano y Estudio en Mi Mayor, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1950
(low resolution)
Procesion de los "Allis" (Tradicional Riojana), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1951
(low resolution)
Scherzo n.1 (Tema Criollo), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires
(low resolution)
Me mata un rigor (Vidala), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires
(low resolution)
Ima Sumac (Vidala), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires
(low resolution) (Legendary soprano Yma Sumac, the only singer known to possess close to a staggering 5 octaves voice)

Danza Colonial (Cielito n.2), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)
Tamboriles Indigenas, Editorial Saraceno, Buenos Aires
(low resolution)
Andante (Llano y Sierra), Editorial Argentina de Musica, Buenos Aires, 1962
(low resolution)

Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) / Adolfo Luna

Vals Op.69 n.2, transcripción para guitarra, Antigua casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1955 (low resolution)

Juan Maglio (1880-1934) (Todotango) / Adolfo Luna

El Alero (Tango Pajuerano), arreglado para guitarra, Fco Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Vicente Forte / Adolfo Luna
Paloma Ingrata (Canción Cuyana), Publicaciones de la Sociedad Argentina de Arte Natovo "El Cancionero Criollo", Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Manuel Gomez-Carrillo (1883-1968) (page at Compositores & Interpretes) / Adolfo Luna
El Federal (Danza Elegante) (Epoca de Rozas), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Pobre mi Negra (Vidala) published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.1 Julio de 1923) by Juan Carlos Anido (low resolution) (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)
Cancion Criolla, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)
La Ofrenda del Trovador (Estilo),
Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)
Alfredo Luigi Schiuma (1885-1963) (page at Pontificia Univ. Catolica Argent.) / Adolfo Luna
Tabaré (Yaravi), Casa Impresora M.Calvello, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Primo Ugo Garavini / Adolfo Luna
Canto Pampeano (Estilo), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Pino Lupo (Italian guitarist and teacher in the fifties)

Due Chitarre (tradizionale Ukraino), Edizioni Musicali Dominante, Bologna, 1964 (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Ivo Fasiori, Italy)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) / Pino Lupo

Adagio cantabile (dalla Sonata patetica op.13), Edizioni Musicali Dominante, Bologna, 1964 (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Ivo Fasiori, Italy)

Al Chiaro di Luna op.27 n.2, Edizioni Musicali Dominante, Bologna, 1964 (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Ivo Fasiori, Italy)

Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840) / Pino Lupo
Carnevale di Venezia (con variazione), Edizioni Musicali Dominante, Bologna, 1964 (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Ivo Fasiori, Italy)

Waldteufel Émile (1837-1915) (Wikipedia) / Pino Lupo
España, Edizioni Musicali Dominante, Bologna, 1968 (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Ivo Fasiori, Italy)

Enrique Granados (1867-1916) / Pino Lupo
Danza Española n.10, Edizioni Musicali Dominante, Bologna, 1968
(low resolution) (with the courtesy of Ivo Fasiori, Italy)

Angel Gregorio Villoldo (1861-1919) (Todotango) / Pino Lupo
El Choclo (Tango argentino), Edizioni Musicali Dominante, Bologna, 1964 (low resolution)


Cesare Lutzemberger (1918-2008) (Storia della chitarra - Just Classical Guitar) -  photo
Alba, Edizioni Bèrben, Modena, 1957

riproduzione concessa da (reproduction authorized by) Bèrben Edizioni Musicali - Ancona, Italia e dalla Sig.ra Norma Lutzemberger


Luis A. Madormo
El Arriero en la Quebrada (Motivo Andino), Propiedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1955 (low resolution)

Io Bailo el Gato con el Canto del Gaio (Gato), Propiedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1957 (low resolution)


Franco Magnoni (Italian composer, mandolinist and guitarist)

Good Evening (Fox-Trot) for two mandolins, mandola and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXXI n.7, Monticone editore, Torino, 1922 (reprint 1924)


Margherita Mancinelli (1882-?)  (Chitarra in Italia, K.Stopar, La Chitarra solista in Italia tra Ottocento e primo Novecento, pagg. 6-7) - photo
Robert Schumann (1810-1856) / Margherita Mancinelli

Album per la Gioventù Op.68, trascrizione per chitarra di Margherita Mancinelli, Grimaldi e Mercandetti, Roma,1929

 -- 1. Melodia - 2. Marcia soldatesca - 3. Arietta canticchiata - 4. Corale - 5. Piccolo pezzo - 6. Il povero orfanello - 7. Canto del cacciatore - 8. L'impetuoso cavaliere - 9. Canzone popolare - 10. Il campagnolo allegro - 11. Siciliana

-- 12. Il garzone Ruperto. (L'orco) per 2 chitarre

-- 13. Maggio, caro Maggio, presto ritornerai - 14. Piccolo studio - 15. Canto di Primavera - 16. Il Primo distacco - 17. Il piccolo viandante mattiniero - 18. La canzoncina dei mietitori

-- 19. Piccola romanza - 20. Canzone campestre 21. *** - 22. Girotondo - 23. Cavalcata - 24. Canzoncina del raccolto - 25. Dopo il teatro (ricordi e risonanze) - 26. ***

-- 27. Canzoncina in forma di canone per 2 chitarre

-- 28. Rimembranza (4 novembre - giorno della morte di F.Mendelssohn) - 29. Lo Straniero - 30.   ***   - 31. Canto di Guerra

-- 32. Sheherazade - 33. Vendemmia, tempo giocondo! - 34. Tema - 35. Mignon

-- 36. La Canzone dei marinai italiani - 37. Canto marinaresco - 38. L'Inverno - 39. ***

-- 40. Piccola Fuga per 2 chitarre

-- 41. Canzone settentrionale - 42. Corale figurato - 43. Canzone per la notte di S.Silvestro


Antonio Jiménez Manjon (1866-1919)  (Elcorreo.com)
Aire Vasco, Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires


Marin Marais (1656-1728) (Wikipedia)

Romanza (1711) per mandolino e chitarra, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO March/1922, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Teodoro Marin (1900-?) (Suplemento 2011 de la Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Emma (Vals), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1940
(low resolution)

Adoracion (Vals), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1955 (low resolution)


Juan Carlos Martinez (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)
Manuel O. Campoamor /
Juan Carlos Martinez

Mi Capitan (Tango arreglado), Propriedad del Autor (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina) (low resolution)

Rafael Fracassi / Juan Carlos Martinez

Don Justo (Tango arreglado), Propriedad del Autor (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina) (low resolution)


Julio Martinez Oyanguren (1901-1973) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Arabia (Danza Arabe),
Celestino Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Jules Massenet (1842-1912) / Julio Martinez Oyanguren

Elegie, Vicente Tatay & Co., New York, 1938 (low resolution)


Horacio Maspoli (1916-) (Argentine guitarist, student of D.Prat. He emigrated to Brazil in 1963 where he continued his artistic career.) (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Aconcagua (Gato), Editorial Musical A.Boccazzi, Buenos Aires, 1948  (low resolution)


Wenceslaus Matiegka (1773-1830) (Wikipedia)

Minuetto, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano, published together with Giorgio Pezzoli ♦ Improvviso (low resolution)


Alberto Mautino (1913-1992) (Italian guitarist, was born and died in TurinPhoto

Notturno (....ricordando Chopin) manuscript (1973) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Valzer in Mi manuscript (1975) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Contradanze Francesi manuscript (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

El Niño Querido (Canzone Catalana) manuscript (1976-86) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Celebre Mazurka di Spa [di Anonimo] manuscript (1973) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713) / Alberto Mautino

Sarabanda manuscript (1983) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Ludovico Roncalli (1654-1713) / Alberto Mautino

Passacaglia (1692) manuscript (1977) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Johann Simon Mayr (1768-1845) (Wikipedia) / Alberto Mautino

La biondina in gondoleta manuscript (1991) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Robert Schumann (1810-1856) / Alberto Mautino

Sogno (Träumerei) op.15 manuscript (1973) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846-1916) (Wikipedia) / Alberto Mautino
Marechiare (Canzone Napoletana), manuscript (1990) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Ernesto De Curtis (1875-1937) (Wikipedia) / Alberto Mautino
Voce 'e notte (Canzone Napoletana), manuscript (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Antonio Marsaglia (Italian composer of songs) / Alberto Mautino
Pas du cygne, manuscript (1975) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Ettore Montanaro (1888-1962) (Italian composer and ethnomusicologist, link in Italian: Regione Abruzzo) / Alberto Mautino
Danza Araba, manuscript (1974) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Doris Fisher (1915-2003) (Wikipedia) / Alberto Mautino
Amado Mio, dal film "Gilda", manuscript (1989) (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

riproduzioni concesse da (reproductions authorized by) Sig.ra Renata Gianinetto)


Pedro Maza (1870-?) (Enciclopedia de la GuitarraPhoto

Carl Emil Paul Lincke (1866-1946) (German composer of operettas) / Pedro Maza

Idilio de Luciernagas (de la opereta Lysistrata, 1902), Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires


Carlo Mazza (1884-?) (Italian mandolinist and guitarist, was born in Gambalò / Pavia, lived in Busto Arzizio)  Photo published in the magazine IL PLETTRO January/1937

Messina Bella (Piccola tarantella), included in Album n.3 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO April/1928 (low resolution)


Angelo Mazzola (1887-1974) (Italian guitarist and mandolinist, was born and died in Bergamo)

Movenze Voluttuose (Valzer lento) per mandolino e chitarra, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO June/1924 (low resolution)

Il Sogno del Pastore (Fantasia) per 2 mandolini, mandola e chitarra, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO December/1932 (low resolution)


Gerardo Metallo (1871-1946) (Todotango)
No me olvides (Valzer) riduzione per chitarra di Enrico Viarizio, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.93, G.Gori, Torino


Miguel R. Michelone (1900-?) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Brisa Campera (Zamba) para una o dos guitarras, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

La Criolla (Milonga facil) Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Caña Dulce (Ranchera facil), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Francesco Molino (1775-1847) (Wikipedia)
Minuetto (aus der Schule), included in the musical supplement to the magazine Der Gitarrefreund Nr.7-8/1957 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)


Teófilo Morales
Angel Gregorio Villoldo (1861-1919) (Todotango) / Teófilo Morales
La Caprichosa (Tango), Breyer Hermanos, Buenos Aires (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Gerardo Metallo (1871-1946) (Todotango) / Teófilo Morales
El Otario (Tango), Breyer Hermanos, Buenos Aires (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina)


Justo Tomas Morales (1877-1953) (J.T.Morales: "Una Guitarra en la memoria del tiempo" por Héctor García Morales)
El Ultimo Canto, Francisco Nuñez y Cia., Buenos Aires (low resolution)
Bajo el Parral (Zamba), para guitarra, canto y guitarra, letra de Eugenio Cardenas, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1926
(low resolution)
Por y para Delia (Pericón), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1926
 (low resolution)

Filigrana, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1926
(sorry for the bad quality, here another color analysis of the images) (low resolution)
De mi epoca (Tango), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1927
(low resolution)

El Gaucho Argentino (Estilo), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1927
(low resolution)
Mazurka n.1,
Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires, 1928 (low resolution)

El Chacho (Estilo Criollo), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires, 1928 (low resolution)

Pavana 2a Guitarra para ejecutar con "Pavana" del Mtro. Don Francisco Tarrega, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1928 (low resolution) -/- Pavana de Tarrega:   score    video performed by David Russell

Cachito (Vals Criollo), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires, 1928 (low resolution)

¡También Mi Rancho se Llueve! (Tango), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires, 1929 (low resolution)

La Leyenda (Estilo criollo), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires, 1929 (low resolution)

Dos Estudios (Faciles), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires, 1930 (low resolution)

Baby (El bailecito de la muñeca), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires, 1931 (low resolution)

Minué, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires, 1932 (low resolution)

Dos Preludios: Fugaz y Argentino, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Preludio Melódico, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1937 (low resolution)

Estudio-tremolo, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1937 (low resolution)

Preludio-Capricho, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1938 (low resolution)

Santos Vega el Payador (Estilo Argentino), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1939 (low resolution)

Nueve de Octubre (1938) (Valsesito criollo), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1940 (low resolution)

Milonga Argentina, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1945 (low resolution)

De la Raza (Milonga), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1946 (low resolution)

Danzas Argentinas: El Gato, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1946 (low resolution)

Cantos de mi tierra: Cuatro estilos criollos faciles, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1956 (low resolution)

Aires de mi Patria (Vidalita), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1957 (low resolution)

Aires de mi Patria (Vidalita), 2a y 3a guitarra, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1957 (low resolution)

Preludiando, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)
Ño Juan Carlos (Triste) (1/2/3 guitars), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Amalia (Zamba), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Mis Recuerdos (Estudio en La), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Ejercicios y estudios originales, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Don Antonio (Triste), Ignacio Iglesias, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Vladimir Morkov (1801-1864) (lute.ru)

Concert arrangement of the song "How the little stream Ryabynushka grows" for 7 string guitar, included in TWO PIECES in the adaptation of Masters-Guitarists of the XIX Century (by V.Morkov and A.Sychra), Muzgiz (Gosudarstvennoye Muzykal'noye Izdatelstvo), Moskow, 1953 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)

Etude for 7 string guitar, included in THREE ETUDES by Masters-Guitarists of the XIX Century (V.Morkov - N.Aleksandrov - E.Gaberbir), Muzgiz (Gosudarstvennoye Muzykal'noye Izdatelstvo), Moskow, 1954 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)

Adagio for 7 string guitar, included in FOUR PIECES (by A.Sychra - M.Vysotsky - V.Morkov - N.Aleksandrov), Muzgiz, Moskow, 1956


Armanno Morlacchi (1872-1941) (Italian mandolinist and guitarist. His arrangements was published by Ricordi in the first years of the 20th century) - photo

Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846-1916) (Wikipedia) / Armanno Morlacchi
Deh ! Ti desta, per mandolino (o canto) e chitarra, Ricordi, Milano, 1904

Luigi Denza (1846-1922) (Wikipedia) / Armanno Morlacchi
Si tu m'aimais!.., per mandolino (o canto) e chitarra, Ricordi, Milano, 1904

Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924) / Armanno Morlacchi
Tosca: (Solo - Cavaradossi) Oh dolci baci, o languide carezze, riduzione per chitarra, Ricordi, Milano, 1903

Tosca: (Solo - Tosca) Non la sospiri la nostra casetta, riduzione per chitarra, Ricordi, Milano, 1903

Manon Lescaut: (Canzone - Des Grieux) Tra voi, belle, brune e bionde, riduzione per chitarra, Ricordi, Milano, 1903

Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924) / Giuseppe Pastori-Rusca
La Boheme: (Valzer - Musetta) Quando me' n vo soletta per la via, riduzione per chitarra, Ricordi, Milano, 1903

Luigi Cornago (1869-1948) / Armanno Morlacchi
Bacio morto (Melodia), per mandolino (o canto), Ricordi, Milano, 1900 (low resolution)


Alice Morteo di Multedo (1883-?) (Italian guitarist of the early twentieth century)  Photo

Scherzando & Gavotta, IL CHITARRISTA Nr.100, G.Gori, Torino


Luigi Mozzani (1869-1943) (Simona Boni webpage)

Aria con Variazioni (Feste Lariane) included in Album n.1 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO September/1906, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Espièglerie (Polka), pour 2 guitares (la 2ème ad lib.), A.Cottin, Paris

Prelude, P.Beuscher, Paris

Studio n.1 - Romanza - Studio n.2, included in the musical supplement to the magazine Der Gitarrefreund Nr.5-6/1957, Munchen (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)

Elans du Coeur, included in the musical supplement to the magazine Der Gitarrefreund Nr.7-8/1957 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)


Carlo Munier (1856-1911) (Italian mandolinist, guitarist and teacher. He is the author of a method for guitar, original pieces and several transcriptions)
Album favorito di pezzi originali e trascrizioni op.240 per chitarra,
Edizioni Ditta R.Maurri, Firenze, 1902

Reverie per mandolino e chitarra, n.11 de IL MANDOLINO ROMANO, Roma, 1907

Gemma (Mazurka), per mandolino e chitarra (con 2° mandolino e mandola ad lib.) included in ARTE MANDOLINISTICA  Anno III n.17, Genova, 1907

Bolero Andaluso per mandolino e chitarra, included the magazine IL PLETTRO February/1911, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Rimpianto per mandolino e chitarra, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO May/1937, Vizzari, Milano (low resolution)


Ricardo Muñoz (1887-1967) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Ayacucho (Canto Indio), manuscript, 1934

Preludio Indigena op.2, manuscript, 1937 (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Chen Baracà (1er Motivo Argentino), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)
Inspiracion (2o Motivo Argentino), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Aire de Danza, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1948 (low resolution)

El Carretero (Cancion de Camino), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1952 (low resolution)

Carlos Floriani (1901-1958) / Ricardo Muñoz
Cancion de Cuna N.3, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1946
(low resolution)


Giovanni Murtula (1881-1964) (Italian guitarist and composer born in Sassari (Sardinia), has published more that one hundred works for guitar, and has collaborated with magazines. As teacher he has taught Story of the Arts and Aesthetics in musical schools)

Mio Tesoro! (Valzer lento), included in the Album Premio de il giornale IL CONCERTO, Comellini & Turco, Bologna, 1908

Barcarola (Studio lirico), included in Album n.2 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO November/1934, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Christoph Jäggin, Zürich, Switzerland)

Sonatina, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano, 1938 (low resolution)
Studio (...Alba siciliana...) Op.30 n.1, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano, 1941 (low resolution)
Studio (...guizzante Silfide...) Op.30 n.2, included the magazine IL PLETTRO November/1941, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano (low resolution)
Canto senza parole, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano, 1941
(low resolution)
Preludio (La piccola sorgente), supplemento alla rivista LA CHITARRA, Bologna, 1941, published together with Abril Tirado (1780-1856) ♦ Minuetto (low resolution)

Serenatella Romantica, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano, published together with Giuseppe Farrauto ♦ Melodia (a tremolo) (low resolution)

Danza Spagnola (passo doppio), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano, published together with Giovanni Battista Granata ♦ Corrente (low resolution)
Incontro per chitarra eptacorde, Bèrben, Modena, 1950

riproduzione concessa da (reproduction authorized by) Bèrben Edizioni Musicali - Ancona, Italia

Preludio (Melanconia), Bèrben, Modena, 1952
riproduzione concessa da (reproduction authorized by) Bèrben Edizioni Musicali - Ancona, Italia

Barcarola, supplemento alla rivista L'ARTE CHITARRISTICA n.54 1955, Bèrben, Modena
riproduzione concessa da (reproduction authorized by) Bèrben Edizioni Musicali - Ancona, Italia


Achille Nava (Italian guitarist and teacher. He is the author of a method for guitar, and many transcriptions)
Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) / Achille Nava

Rigoletto (Questa o quella per me pari sono) riduzione per chitarra di A.Nava, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Rigoletto (Tutte le feste al tempio) riduzione per chitarra di A.Nava, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano


Antonio Nava (1775-1826) (Just Classical Guitar)

Le Stagioni dell'anno (4 Sonate op. 4-5-6-7), Giovanni Ricordi, Milano, 1808


Giovanni Navone di Domenico (1839-1907) (Guitarist and composer, was born in Villanova di Asti. He was harp musician, but he devoted the greatest part of his life to the study of the guitar, teaching in Turin for 40 years, and creating very good pupils (Cesare Bianco, Carlo Renieri and more)... He wrote a lot of compositions, nearly all of easy style, much popular in his times. He died in Turin May 30, 1907. / Dizionario dei chitarristi e liutai italiani, La Chitarra, Bologna, 1937)

♦ Corinna (Polka), Giovanni Chiappino, Torino

♦ Baci e carezze (Valzer), Giovanni Chiappino, Torino

♦ Passione n.5 (Valzer da Concerto), Giovanni Chiappino, Torino

♦ Circo (Scherzo n.2), Giovanni Chiappino, Torino

♦ 4 Composizion ( Minuetto, Preludio, Pianto d'un Bambino, Preludio - opere postume), Giovanni Chiappino, Torino

♦ 10 Composizioni (Rosetta, La Cilentana, Carmela, Contradanza, Sospiro, La danza delle Ondine, Passa la Carovana, Scherzo, Tarantella, Selvaggia), Silvio Parisi - successore di Giovanni Chiappino, Torino, 1943

the pieces by Giovanni Navone are available for purchase @Marco Bazzotti collection


Giovanni Navone di Vittorio (end of the XIXth century)

Bomboncino (Valzer), included in IL MANDOLINO Anno V n.18, Monticone editore, Torino, 1896 (reprint 1933)


Silvio Negri (1865-1936) (Italian guitarist and mandolinist)

Luna d'argento (Serenata) for two mandolins, mandola and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno X n.15, Monticone editore, Torino, 1901

Sfumature (Serenata - Scherzo - Ungherese), G.Ricordi & C., Milano


Domingo Nocera Netto (Singer and guitarist active in the years 1910-1930)
¡Io ia sabía...! (Aires provincianos), Breyer Hermanos, Buenos Aires
(the song was recorded by the author in 1917)


Alpinolo Nunzi (Italian guitarist - Gregg's Blog harpguitars.net)

Antonietta (Mazurka), Manno Manni, Firenze

Bianca (Marcia militare), Manno Manni, Firenze

Souvenir de Rieti, Manno Manni, Firenze


Alberto Obregon (1872-1922) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Andalucia (Bolero), John Dallas & Sons, London, 1908 (sleeve missing)


Herbert Forrest Odell (1872-1926) (American mandolinist and guitarist, is mainly known as the publisher of the famous magazine 'The Crescendo' which was published in Boston)
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) / Herbert Forrest Odell

Hungarian Dance n.5, arranged for 2 mandolins and guitar, Carl Fischer, New York, 1920


Vahdah Olcott-Bickford (1885-1980) (webpage at International Guitar Research Archive)

Richard Wagner (1813-1883) / Vahdah Olcott-Bickford

Walther's Prize Song (from "Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg"), arranged by V.Olcott-Bickford Op.37, Carl Fischer, New York, 1916

Henry Tucker (1826-1882) (Public Domain Music webpage) / Vahdah Olcott-Bickford

Sweet Genevieve, arranged by V.Olcott-Bickford Op.103, Zarvah Publishing Co., New York, 1922

Camille Saint-Saens (1835-1921) / Vahdah Olcott-Bickford

My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice (Cantabile from "Samson et Delila"), arranged by V.Olcott-Bickford Op.67, Carl Fischer, New York, 1919

Carrie Jacobs-Bond (1862-1946) (Parlor Songs) / Vahdah Olcott-Bickford

I Love you Truly, arranged by V.Olcott-Bickford Op.52, Carl Fischer, New York, 1917

Wrightson W.T. / Vahdah Olcott-Bickford

Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still, arranged for guitar duet by V.Olcott-Bickford Op.110, Zarvah Publishing Co., New York, 1922

MODERN ALBUM Op.121 transcriptions by V.Olcott-Bickford, The American Guitar Society, Los Angeles, 1927

1. Hugo Reinhold (1854-1935) (Wikipedia) Gondoliera Op.39 No.19 (low resolution)

2. René Boisdefrre (1838-1906) (Sibley Digital Scores) By the Brook (Au Bord D'un Ruisseau) Op.52 (low resolution)

3-4. Salomon Jadassohn (1831-1902) (Wikipedia) & Cesar Cui (1835-1918) (Wikipedia) Dedication Op.117 No.1 & Orientale Op.50 No.9 (low resolution)

5-6. Louis M.Gottschalk (1829-1869) (Wikipedia) & Zdenek Fibich (1850-1900) (Wikipedia) Berceuse Op.47 & Poem (low resolution)

7-8. Edouard Schütt (1856-1933) & George B. Nevin (1859-1933) Petite Scène de Ballet & The Flower O'Dumblan (Scotch song) (low resolution)

9-10. Anton Dvorak (1841-1904) & Armas Järnefelt (1869-1958) (Wikipedia) Largo (from the "New World" Symphony) & Berceuse (low resolution)

11. Max Philippson (Scandinavian composer) Pensée Op.13 n.5 (from "Cinq Morceaux pour piano Op.13"), transcription for 2 guitars (low resolution)

12. Jules Massenet (1842-1912) Elegie (Poetry by Louis Gallet), transcription for voice/violin/mandolin/mandola/violoncello and guitar  (M.Maisky plays Elegie for cello & piano) (low resolution)

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RUSSIAN ALBUM Op.125 transcriptions by V.Olcott-Bickford, The American Guitar Society, Los Angeles, 1932

1. Sergei Rachmaninov (Wikipedia) (1873-1943) Prelude Op.3 No.2 (low resolution)

2. Johann Decker-Schenk (1826-1899) (Wikipedia) Alexis (Polka Lento) (low resolution)

3. Peter Ilich Tschaikowsky (1840-1893) Dolly's Funeral & Theme from "Symphonie Pathetique" (low resolution)

4. Peter Ilich Tschaikowsky (1840-1893) Themes from "Andante Cantabile" Quartet Op.11 (low resolution)

5. Pietro Pettoletti (ca.1795-ca.1870) (Wikipedia) Fantasie on "The Scarlet Sarafan" Op.19 (low resolution)

6. Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829) Six Variazioni sul Aria Russa "Poscha luite Sudarina" Op.64 (low resolution)

7. Wassilij Petrowitsch Lebedew (1867-1907) The Torchlight (low resolution)

8. A. Nemerowski Divertissement (from 2nd Concert Suite) (low resolution)

9. Anton Rubinstein (1829-1894) (Wikipedia) Thuo'rt Like Unto a Flower, transcription for voice/violin/mandolin/mandola/violoncello and guitar (low resolution)

10. (Russian Folk Song) The Red Sarafan, for voice and guitar Op.69 n.3 (low resolution)

11. Peter Ilich Tschaikowsky (1840-1893) Dance of The Reed Pipes (from "The Nuteracker Suite", for 2 guitars (low resolution)

12. Wassilij Petrowitsch Lebedew (1867-1907) Volga Boat Song (low resolution)

13. Peter Ilich Tschaikowsky (1840-1893) Tyrolean Melody, for 1/2 guitars Op.94 (low resolution)

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BLUE BOOK of FAVORITES ALBUM Op.127 transcriptions by V.Olcott-Bickford, The American Guitar Society, Los Angeles, 1933

1-2. Stephen Foster (1826-1864) (Wikipedia) & Vadah Olcott-Bickford My Old Kentucky Home & Beggar's Tale (low resolution)

3-4. Henry Ghys (1839-1908) (French pianist, was the first teacher of Ravel) & (traditional Scotch Air)   Air du Roi Louis XIII (Amaryllis) & Robin Adair (low resolution)

5-6. (Old Irish Melody) & Ch. B. Lysberg (Charles-Samuel Bovy-Lysberg 1821-1873)  Londonderry Air & Fragment from "La Fontaine" (low resolution)

7. Erick Meyer-Helmund (1861-1932) (Grande Musica)  Mazurka (low resolution)

8. Angelo de Prosse (1900 ca.)  A Mother's Lullaby (low resolution)

9. (Old Negro Spiritual)  Nobody Knows De Trouble I've seen (low resolution)

10. (Viennese Folk Song)  Viennese Refrain (low resolution)

11. Bert R. Anthony (1876-1923) (Wikipedia)  Ozida (Danza Orientale) (low resolution)

12. Franz Drdla (1868-1944) (Naxos)  Souvenir Guitar Duet, transcription by Zarh Myron Bickford,  (low resolution)

13. Joseph Schulz-Weida (1830-1872)  May song (Maienliebe) Guitar Duet (low resolution)

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ALBUM ORIGINALE Op.133 transcriptions by V.Olcott-Bickford, The American Guitar Society, Los Angeles, 1939

1. Zarh Myron Bickford (1876-1961) (Vahdah hausband) Fantasie Caprice, dedicated to Vahdah (low resolution)

(the complete album will be available for purchase at the American Guitar Society site)

 

AMERICAN ALBUM Op.134 transcriptions by V.Olcott-Bickford, The American Guitar Society, Los Angeles, 1940

1. Hart Pease Danks (1834-1903) (Wikipedia)  Silver Threads Among The Gold (with variations), transcription by M.G. Ferrer (low resolution)

2. Stephen C. Foster (1826-1864) (Wikipedia) Massa's In The Cold, Cold Ground (with variations), transcription by M.G. Ferrer (low resolution)

3-4. Joseph P. Webster (1819-1875) (Discogs) & (Southern Melody)  In The Sweet Bye and Bye, transcr. M.G.Ferrer & Near The Lake, transcr. V.Olcott-Bickford (low resolution)

5-6. (Negro spiritual) & Thomas P. Westendorf (1848-1923) (Ezine Articles) Deep River & I'll Take You Hpme Again, Kathleen, transcription by V.Olcott-Bickford (low resolution)

7-8. (Negro spiritual) & Stephen C. Foster (1826-1864) (Wikipedia) Swing Low, Sweet Chariot & Beautiful Dreamer, transcription by V.Olcott-Bickford (low resolution)

9-10. Stephen C. Foster (1826-1864) (Wikipedia) & John Rogers Thomas (1830-1896) (Wikipedia) Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair & Bonnie Eloise, transcription by V.Olcott-Bickford (low resolution)

11. Henry Tucker (1826-1882) (Public Domain Music webpage) Sweet Genevieve, arranged by V.Olcott-Bickford Op.103 (low resolution)

download the complete album (low resolution)


Federico Orsolino (1918-1993) (Italian guitarist and composer born in Genova. He was active in  the diffusion of the heptachord guitar)

Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739) / Federico Orsolino

Adagio, Supplemento alla rivista "L'Arte Chitarristica", Bèrben, Modena, 1954 (low resolution)
riproduzione concessa da (reproduction authorized by) Bèrben Edizioni Musicali - Ancona, Italia


Anibal Ortiz

Melodia Campera (Estilo), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1950 (low resolution)


Julian Ortiz (1891-?) (Guitarist and composer, was born in Bilbao, naturalized Argentine)
Zamba y Gato (de Canciones y Danzas Argentinas), Autore Libres, Buenos Aires, 1956
(low resolution)

Pericon y Gato Op.50, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Ernesto D. Otamendi (Artentine guitarist an composer)

Despues del Malón (Estilo), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires


Juan Padovetz, Ivan Padovec, Johann Padowetz (1800-1873) (Syukhtun webpage)

Unterhaltungen, 6 pezzi facili, Tobias Haslinger, Wien

Polonese, included in Album n.3 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO November/1924, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


G.Paganone (Italian guitarist an composer)

Rondinella (Mazurka), IL CHITARRISTA n.129, G.Gori, Torino

Maria (Polka), included in LIRA MANDOLINISTICA, Morutto editore, Torino


Adolfo Paolinelli (Argentine guitarist and composer,  in the fifties was director of A.G.E - Associatión Guitarristica Entrerriana de Paraná)
Meditacion, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1940
(low resolution)

Murmullos (Trémolo), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1941 (low resolution)

Dolor, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1948 (low resolution)


Carlos Pedrell (1878-1941) (Wikipedia)
Danzas de las Tres Princesas Cautivas: Doña Mencia, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires


Mariano Peralta (Argentine guitarist. More info in Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)
Saul Salinas (
1882-1921) (Todotango) / Mariano Peralta

Corazon Partidos (Cueca), arreglo para guitarra y guitarra y canto, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires


João Pernambuco (1883-1947) (wikipedia)

Lagrima (Tango), Casa Bevilacqua, Rio de Janeiro, 1927 (with the courtesy of Edmar Fenicio, São Paulo, Brasil)


Giorgio Pezzoli (1897-1958) (Italian guitarist and composer, was born and died in Bologna)

Valzer, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano, published together with Mauro Giuliani ♦ Studio op.48 n.6 (low resolution)

Improvviso, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano, published together with Wenceslaus Matiegka ♦ Minuetto (low resolution)

La Taverna Nordica, manuscript  (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Norma Lutzemberger, Trento, Italy)

Il Vecchio Cuculo (Studio), manuscript  (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Norma Lutzemberger, Trento, Italy)


Diogo Piazza (Brazilian guitarist and composer) Photo (with the courtesy of Ronoel Simões and Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)

Heroica (Marcha), Biblioteca do violão de Attilio Bernardini, Edição Brasileira, São Paulo (low resolution)


Emanuele Pignocchi (1869-1954) (Italian guitarist and composer, was born and died in Bologna)

Serenissima (Mazurka), included in Album n.2 - Terza Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO August/1915, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Christoph Jäggin, Zürich, Switzerland)


Tomas Pomilio (1902-?) (Distinguido profesor de guitarra y critico musical argentino. Nació en Buenos Aires.... / Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Cesar Franck (1822-1890) / Tomas Pomilio

Lamento, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires


Antonio Ponzio (Italian guitarist in the late nineteenth century, was guitar teacher of the "Circolo Regina Margherita" in Florence)

Siate felici ! (Mazurka), A & G. Carisch & C., Milano

Bionda (Polka), A & G. Carisch & C., Milano

Pietro Mascagni (1863-1945) / Antonio Ponzio

Ave Maria, per canto o mandolino e chitarra, Carisch & Jänichen, Milano


Domingo Prat (1886-1944) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Zapateado (Zambra) por Ross, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires - sheet music belonged to Horacio Maspoli pupil of Domingo Prat since 1927. In the score are marked, with pencil, the indication of the teacher.

Gran Jota (Variaciones), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires - this sheet music is binded with the previous. Also there are marked the indication of the teacher and at the end the signature of Domingo Prat with a  dedication to his pupil.

Güeya (Variaciones), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires

Andante en sonidos armonicos naturales, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires, 1924

La Nueva Técnica de la Guitarra - part 1, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires, 1929

La Nueva Técnica de la Guitarra - part 2, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires, 1929

Recuerdos de Saldungaray (Triste Argentino), Ricordi, Buenos Aires

Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840) / Domingo Prat
Sonatina op.25 y Minueto, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires

Jose Viñas (1823-1888) / Domingo Prat

Sueno (Reverie), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Léo Delibes (1836-1891) (Wikipedia) / Domingo Prat

Pizzicato, arreglado para guitarra por D.Prat, Romero Agromayor y C., Buenos Aires

Ricardo Yust (1862-1920) / Domingo Prat

Tonadilla (La Maya Goyesca), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires


Zulimo Pratesi (Italian guitarist, mandolinist and conductor of a Estudiantina, in Florence in the early twentieth century)

Sogni d'amore (Valzer) op.5, Manno Manni, Firenze

Frugolina (Polka brillante) op.6, Manno Manni, Firenze

Friedrich Kuhlau (1786-1832) (Wikipedia) / Zulimo Pratesi

Allegretto grazioso in do maggiore, trascrizione per chitarra dalla Sonatina op.55 n.3 per pianoforte, Manno Manni, Firenze

Pietro Mascagni (1863-1945) / Zulimo Pratesi

L'Amico Fritz: Intermezzo, Maurri, Firenze

Guglielmo Ratcliff: Intermezzo IV atto, Maurri, Firenze


Costas Proakis (1910-1968) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Jean Baptiste Lully (1632-1687) / Costas Proakis

Gavotte, Bèrben, Modena, 1960
riproduzione concessa da (reproduction authorized by) Bèrben Edizioni Musicali - Ancona, Italia

Jean Philippe Rameau (1683-1764) / Costas Proakis

Minuetto (Platée), Bèrben, Modena, 1957
riproduzione concessa da (reproduction authorized by) Bèrben Edizioni Musicali - Ancona, Italia

Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868) / Costas Proakis

Preghiera dal "Mosè", Bèrben, Modena, 1957
riproduzione concessa da (reproduction authorized by) Bèrben Edizioni Musicali - Ancona, Italia


Maximo Puente Arnao (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Una Serenata en Venecia, Vizzari, Milano, 1906

In Cerca dell'Ideale (Valzer), included in Album n.1 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO February/1907, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Strategia Amorosa (Marcia), included in Album n.1 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO December/1907, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

La Prediletta (Gavotta) & Grati Ricordi (Mazurka lenta), included in Album n.1 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO May/1908 & August/1909, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Brisas Campestres (Mazurka), included in Album n.6 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO March/1909, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Sonrisas (Mazurka), included in Album n.3 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO June/1909, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Melancolía de la Hermosa (Fragmento de "Una Serenata en Venecia"), included in Album n.4 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano, 1914


Julia Puigdengolas (Argentine singer and guitarist, pupil of Adolfo Luna) Photo

Juan De Dios Filiberto (1885-1964) (Todo Tango) / Julia Puigdengolas

Caminito (Canción Porteña), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (low resolution) (Carlos Gardel)

Quejas de Bandoneon (Tango Sentimentale), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (low resolution) (La orquesta de Anibal Troilo)

Comadre (Tango Canción), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires (low resolution) (Olga Delgrossi)


Emilio Pujol (1886-1980) (Wikipedia)

El Abejorro, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano (low resolution)


Pedro Quijano (1875-?)  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
El Gato Polkeao (Baile de dos), Celestino Fernandez, Buenos Aire\s

Raza Perdida (Estilo Criollo), F.co Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires

Ecos de mi Pampa (Estilo Criollo), F.co Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires

El Arriveño (Estilo Criollo), Ignacio Iglesias, Buenos Aires

El Boyero (Estilo Criollo), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Gato Correntino, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Pedro Quijano / José A. Gómez (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

La Salteña (Zamacueca) para dos guitarras, Celestino Fernandez, Buenos Aires

Pedro Quijano / Adela Del Valle  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

La Salteña (Zamacueca), arreglo para guitarra por Adela Del Valle, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Benedetto Razzetti (1792-1892) (Italian guitarist and composer, was born in Torino. He published about 50 composition and transcriptions)

Gaetano Donizetti (1797-1848) / Benedetto Razzetti

Anna Bolena: I Pezzi più favoriti di detta Opera, ridotti per chitarra sola, Magrini, Torino

Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) / Benedetto Razzetti

La Traviata: I Pezzi più favoriti, ridotti per chitarra sola, Ricordi, Milano, 1857


Pedro Tomás Rebagliati

Mi ñata (Zamba), para guitarra o canto y guitarra, Editorial Musical Americo A.Vivona, Buenos Aires, 1939


Ezio Redeghieri (Italian Mandolinist and guitarist)

Une poignée de main (Valse melodique), included in Album n.1 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO September/1907, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Max Reger (1873-1916) (Wikipedia)

Maria Wiegenlied, German Christmas song for solo vocals and piano, arranged for guitar, published in the magazine GENDAI GUITAR n.5 1974 (with the courtesy of Edmar Fenicio, São Paulo, Brasil) (low resolution)

see also the original edition (IMSLP Biblioteca Musicale Petrucci)


Carlo Reineri (1884-1943) (Italian guitarist, was born and died in Turin)  Photo published in the magazine IL PLETTRO November/1914

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) / Carlo Reineri

Adagio e Minuetto dalla IV Sonata in Do magg. per flauto e clavicembalo, trascrizione per flauto e chitarra, manuscript (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) / Carlo Reineri

Marche Turque per 2 chitarre, manuscript (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924) / Carlo Reineri
Madama Butterfly: Un bel dì vedremo, riduzione per canto e chitarra, manuscript (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)

Ignacio Fernández Esperón (1894-1968) / Carlo Reineri

La Borracita, trascrizione per chitarra, manuscript (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia) (low resolution)


Dilermando Reis (1916-1977) (e-biografias.net)

Yá (Valsa-lenta), 1a edição, A' Guitarra de Prata, Rio de Janeiro (with the courtesy of Edmar Fenicio, São Paulo, Brasil) (low resolution)


Domingo Domiciano Rey Rosso (1886-?) (Guitarrista y compositor, nació en la población de Monte, Buenos Aires.... / Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

La Querencia (Ranchera), Diego Gracia y C., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Ofrenda (Vals), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Gustavo Ribeiro (Brasilian teacher and guitarist)
Deslisando (Etudo op.20), published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO de outubro 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)


Carmelo Rizzuti (1889-?) (Guitarrista y compositor, nació en Buenos Aires.... / Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)  (Ecos del sonido)

Blanquita, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution) September 23

Tio José (Milonga), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution) September 26


Josefina Robledo (1897-1972) Enciclopedia de la Guitarra & Wikipedia

Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) / Josefina Robledo

Romanza n.12, transcripcion para guitarra, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) / Josefina Robledo

Marcha Funebre, transcripcion para guitarra, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Luisa Martegani de Roca (1901-?) (Guitarist and composer, was born in Buenos Aires)

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) / Luisa M de Roca
Vals, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires
(low resolution)


Elba Rodriguez Arenas (Mario Rodriguez Arenas daughter)  Photo
De Tardecita (Estilo Criollo), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Mario Rodriguez Arenas (1879-1949) (Enciclopedia de la GuitarraPhoto

En el Campo (Estilo Criollo), arreglado para guitarra, Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires
Tres Arroyos (Estilo Criollo), Fco. Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires

Noche Serena (Estilo Criollo), F.Nuñez y Cia, Buenos Aires

Amor Campero (Estilo), F.Nuñez y Cia, Buenos Aires

La Tranquera (Estilo Criollo), F.Nuñez y Cia, Buenos Aires

Recordandote (Triste), Ignacio Iglesias Editor, Buenos Aires
Mi Rancho (Estilo Criollo), Ignacio Iglesias, Buenos Aires

Milonga (Aires Populares op.1), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Vidalita (Aire Criollo) arreglado para chitarra y canto, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

El Gato (Baile Popular Argentino) Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Horas de Ensueño (Cueca) Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Rumbeando pa la querencia Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) / Mario Rodriguez Arenas

Confidencia (Romanza), G.Neumann, Buenos Aires
Cancion de Primavera, G.Neumann, Buenos Aires

Robert Schumann (1810-1856) / Mario Rodriguez Arenas

Nocturno op.23 n.4, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) / Mario Rodriguez Arenas

Humoreske op.101 n.7, G.Neumann, Buenos Aires

Vicente Greco (1888-1924) (Todo Tango) / Mario Rodriguez Arenas

El Flete, F.co Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Con Conrad (1891-1938) (Todo Tango) / Mario Rodriguez Arenas

La Canción del Ukelele (Fox Trot-Canción), Union Editorial Sud Americana, Buenos Aires

José Martinez (1890-1939) (Todo Tango) / Mario Rodriguez Arenas

El Pensamiento, F.co Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina)  (El Pensamiento sung by Alberto Gomez, 1932)

Canaro (Tango Milonga), F.co Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Marcelo Tupynambá [Tupinambá] (1889-1953) / Mario Rodriguez Arenas  (...Marcelo Tupynambá: Born in 1889, March 5, and died in 1953, July 4, both in a city called Tietê in the state of São Paulo. His true name was Fernando Álvarez Lobo. About the piece "Que Sodade" he has a partner, probably the author of the words: Arlindo Leal. Instead of "maxixe" the genre of the piece is called "cena sertaneja", something like country scene. The date of the composition is not know. These data came from "Enciclopédia da música brasileira" published by Art Editora Ltda. in 1977... / Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)

Que Sodade (Maxixe), G.Neumann, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Ricardo Luis Brignolo (1892-1954) (Todo Tango) / Mario Rodriguez Arenas

Rulito, Editorial Musical Alfredo Perrotti, Buenos Aires (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Juan Bergamino (1875-1959) (Todo Tango) / Mario Rodriguez Arenas

Joaquina (Tango), Héctor N. Pirovano, Buenos Aires, 1947 (low resolution)

(see also the transcription by Domingo Prat in Tangos de la Guardia Vieja, Editions Orphée)

Adolfo R. Avilés (1898-1971) (Todo Tango) / Mario Rodriguez Arenas

Cicatrices (Tango Canción), Union Editorial Sud Americana, Buenos Aires (low resolution) (Cicatrices sung by Héctor Mauré, 1951)

Rosita Melo (1897-1981) (www.rositamelo.com) / Mario Rodriguez Arenas

Desde el Alma (Vals), Ediciones Musicales José Schneider, Buenos Aires (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Héctor J. Pons / Mario Rodriguez Arenas

Una Tarde... tus Ojos Verdes (Zamba), Union Editorial Sud Americana, Buenos Aires


Juan Angel Rodriguez Vega (1885-1942) (Guitarist and composer, born in Luján, province of Buenos Aires, dead in Juiz de Fora, Brasil)
Gota de Agua (Chacarera Santiaguena op.18)
, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires
Coral del Norte (Zamba Chilena n.1 op.29), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (see the notes on Coral del Norte in the book Great Arrangementes of Dilermando Reis, transcribed from his recordings & edited by Ivan Paschoito, Fermata do Brasil, São Paulo, 1996)  (Audio performed by Dilermando Reis at Violão con Fabio Zanon)
Juego de cuerdas (Estudio matinal) op.210, published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO de abril 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)
Ronda Paulista op.213, published in the Brazilian magazine
O VIOLÃO de maio-junho 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)
Las Furnas de Tijuca (Preludio op.212), published in the Brazilian magazine
O VIOLÃO de julho 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)
Boquet de Salon, published in the Brazilian magazine
O VIOLÃO de novembro-dezembro 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)
Rayos de luar op.97, published in the Brazilian magazine A VOZ DO
VIOLÃO de fevereiro 1931 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)

Pedro de Alcantara (1866-1929) (Dicionário de Musica Popular Brasileira) / Juan A. Rodriguez Vega
Choro e Poesia (Danza nativa Brasileira), published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO de outubro 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)
Ernesto Nazareth (1863-1934) (Enciclopedia de Musica Brasileira) / Juan A. Rodriguez Vega
Espalhafatoso,
published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO agosto-setembro 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)


Juventino Rosas (1868-1894) (Wikipedia)
Sopra le Onde (Sobre las Olas), Valzer, riduzione di Edoardo Daniele per 2 mandolini e chitarra,
published in the magazine ESTUDIANTINA, Casa editrice Abramo Allione, Torino

Original edition for piano in the International Music Score Library Project

Sobra las Olas in Youtube


Oscar Rosati (Argentinian guitarist and composer)
Aracy (Galopa), Propriedad del Autor, Comodoro Rivadavia, 1952
(low resolution)

El Donosito (Gato), Propriedad del Autor, Comodoro Rivadavia, 1952 (low resolution)

Juvenil n.1 (Obras elementales), Propiedad del Autor, Comodoro Rivadavia, 1955 (low resolution)

Choros n.5, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Vals Peruano n.4, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Arpa Guarani (Cancion Litoraleña), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

A mi madre (Romanza), para una o dos guitarras, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (the 2nd guitar is missing) (low resolution)

Duos para guitarra (nos.1-10), para dos guitarras, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Duos para guitarra (nos.11-15), para dos guitarras, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Duos para guitarra (nos.16-20), para dos guitarras, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Duos para guitarra (nos.21-25), para dos guitarras, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Duos para guitarra (nos.26-30), para dos guitarras, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Duos para guitarra (nos.31-36), para dos guitarras, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Duos para guitarra (nos.37-40), para dos guitarras, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Vittorio Rovetta (1809-?) (Italian guitarist and guitar maker in Bergamo)

Fantasia manuscript of the guitarist Giulio Vio (1860-1946) that lived in Bergamo as railway official (with the courtesy of Mrs. Renata Gianinetto, Torino, Italia)


Emidio Ruspini (Italian guitarist of Bergamo, lived at the end of the XIXth century. He died at 92 years)
Fenesta che lucivi e mò non luci, Neapolitan song, attributed to the painter Salvator Rosa 1615-1673, arranged by Emidio Ruspini,
included in Album n.1 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO October/1927, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano (this song is attributed also to the composer Guglielmo Cottrau 1797-1847)


Gaspar Sagreras (1838-1901)  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
No Me Olvides (Habanera), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires
Peteneras (Aire popular Español), arreglo facil de Gaspar Sagreras, reformado por Julio Sagreras (1879-1942), Ricordi, Buenos Aires

Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) / Gaspar
Sagreras

Miserere de la Opera El Trovador arreglado para guitarra, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires - version 1

Miserere de la Opera El Trovador arreglado para guitarra, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires - version 2

Gabriel-Marie (1852-1928) (Naxos composer info) / Gaspar Sagreras

La Cinquantaine (air dans le stile ancien) transcrita para guitarra, Fco Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires


Julio Sagreras (1879-1942)   (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Sonatina Estudio n.1, Op.23, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Sonatina Estudio n.3, Op.28, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Sonatina Estudio n.4, Op.31, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Sonatina Estudio n.5, Op.44, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

Sonatina Estudio n.8, Op.48, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

La Ideal (Romanza n.2), Op.49, Francico Nuñez y Cia., Buenos Aires

Moraima (Capricho Caracteristico) por Gaspar Espinosa, transcripción para guitarra por J.Sagreras Op.64, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires

Sonatina Estudio n.9, Op.66, Francisco Nuñez y Cia., Buenos Aires

Sonatina Estudio n.10, Op.68, Francisco Nuñez y Cia., Buenos Aires

El Escandaloso (Tango Criollo), Op.121, Fco Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires
Don Julio (Tango Criollo), Op.125, Francisco Nuñez y Cia., Buenos Aires

Variaciones sobre la Vidalita, Romero y Agromayor & Cia., Buenos Aires

Flor de Pasion (Vidala-Capricho), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires, 1937

La Cajita de Musica (Scherzo), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires

El Colibrí (Imitación al vuelo del picaflor), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (with the courtesy of Edmar Fenicio, São Paulo, Brasil)

Chinita Mia (Zamba Alegre), para canto y guitarra, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires

Estudio Caprichoso sobre "La Gueya", Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires

Nenufar, Ricordi, Buenos Aires, 1950

Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) / Julio Sagreras

Vals Op.64 N.2, arreglado para guitarra, Romero y Agromayor & Cia., Buenos Aires

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) / Julio Sagreras
Voyageur Solitaire arreglado para guitarra, Romero Agromayor & Cía., Buenos Aires


Regino Sainz de la Maza (1896-1981)   (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Preludio para guitarra, A.L.Belaunde & Cia., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

T.H.Arimenko [Theodore Akimenko] (1876-1945) / Regino Sainz de la Maza (Theodore [Fyodor Stepanovich] Akimenko, ukranian pianist and composer, pupil of Balakirev and Rimsky-Korsakov, teacher of Stravinsky)

Reverie, transcripcion por Sainz de la Maza, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Simone Salvetti (1870-1932) (Italian mandolinist, was born in Breno and died in Darfo [near Brescia, Lombardia])

Dirce (Polka) for two mandolins and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XIV n.14, Monticone editore, Torino, 1895


Pindaro Salvoni (Composer, pianist and organist in Cortona [Tuscany, Italy], in the late nineteenth century)

Un mesto ricordo (Melodia), per mandolino e pianoforte, Bratti e C., Firenze

Un mesto ricordo (Melodia), parte del mandolino, Bratti e C., Firenze


Pedro Ramirez Sanchez (1885-1959) (Argentine guitarist and composer, was born and died in Buenos Aires)
Album N°1 - 5 Composiciones para guitarra: Cancion de Cuna, Mal de Ausencia, Mazurka op.7 n.1 (Chopin), Madrigal. Polichinela, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires, 1939
(low resolution)


José Sancho (1860-?)   (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Asthore (Romanza Inglesa), arreglo para guitarra, Fco. Nuñez y Cia, Buenos Aires

Sweet Mary (Canción Americana), arreglo para guitarra, Fco. Nuñez y Cia, Buenos Aires

Gavota Infantil, Fco. Nuñez y Cia, Buenos Aires

Melodia Nocturna, revisado y digitado por el prof. Carmelo Rizzuti, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1951

Vecchia canzone Spagnola, Chiappino, Torino

The same theme was published by Sancho with the titles "Legende Peruvienne" Pisa (Paris), "Vecchia Canzone Spagnola" Chiappino (Torino), "Melodia Nocturna" Nuñez (Buenos Aires), by Luis T.Romero as "Peruvian air" Oliver Ditson (Boston), and by Luigi Mozzani as "Feste Lariane" Vizzari (Milano) (copies from Oviatt Library)


Adolfo Sarcoli (1866-1936) (Italian singer, mandolinist and guitarist, was born in Siena, died in Tokyo / Carlo Schmidl, Supplemento al Dizionario Universale dei Musicisti. See also The Early Guitar and Biographies of Important Guitarists in Japan by Robert Coldwell)

Souvenire di Mimosa, per 1 o 2 mandolini e chitarra (oppure pianoforte), included in the Album Premio de il giornale IL CONCERTO, Comellini & Turco, Bologna, 1908


Giacomo Sartori (1860-1946) (Italian mandolinist, guitarist and composer, was born in Ala, died in Trento.) Photo

Primo Bacio (Valzer) for two mandolins and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno V n.18, Monticone editore, Torino, 1896 (reprint 1933)

Ricordi di Carnovale for two mandolins, mandola, guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXI n.1, Monticone editore, Torino, 1912


Michelangelo Savini (1867-1929) (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Serenata Siciliana, Manno Manni, Firenze

Serenata Fiorentina, Manno Manni, Firenze

Serenata Umbra, Manno Manni, Firenze

A notte fonda (Serenata andalusa), Manno Manni, Firenze

La Ronda de los Serenos (Fantasia spagnuola), included in Album n.1 - Quarta Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Alberto Savio (brother of Isaias)

Preludio No.10, Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Isaias Savio (1900-1977) (syukhtun.net)

Preludios No.1 y 2, Diego Gracia y C., Buenos Aires, 1924 (low resolution)

Páginas d'album Nos.1 e 2, Sampaio Araujo & Cia., Rio de Janeiro, 1925 (low resolution) (with the courtesy of Edmar Fenicio, São Paulo, Brasil)
Andante con moto (para dois violões), A Melodia, São Paulo, 1936 (low resolution)
Caricia (Valsa) Casa Del Vecchio, São Paulo, 1938 (low resolution)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) / Isaias Savio
Adagio Sostenuto (da Sonata ao Luar op.27 n.2) (arranjo), Casa Del Vecchio, São Paulo (low resolution)


Vladimir Sazonov (1912-1969)  (Lute.ru)

Henryk Wienyawski (1835-1880) (Wikipedia) / Vladimir Sazonov

Mazurka, Muzgiz (Gosudarstvennoye Muzykal'noye Izdatelstvo), Moskow, 1953, published together with Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962) (Wikipedia) ♦ Beautiful Rosemary (trascriptions) (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany)

Anatoly Lyadov (1855-1914) (Wikipedia)  / Vladimir Sazonov

Prelude & Bagatelle, Muzgiz (Gosudarstvennoye Muzykal'noye Izdatelstvo), Moskow, 1954, published together with Aleksander Glazunov (1865-1936) (Wikipedia) ♦ Sonatina (transcriptions) (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany) September 19


Michael Schricker (1900 ca.)

Richard Wagner (1813-1883) / Michael Schricker

Richard Wagner Operngesänge, zur Laute oder Guitarre, P.Eduard Hoenes, Pasing b/München9

1.Rienzi - Gebet

2-3.Der fliegende Holländer - Lied des Holländers & Steuermannslied

4-5.Tannhäuser - Lied an den Abendstern & Lied des Hirtenknaben

6.Tannhäuser - Pilgerchor

7.Tannhäuser - Gebet der Elisabeth

8-9, Lohengrin - Brauthchor & Gesang an den Schwan

10, Lohengrin - Lohengrins Abschied

11-12-13-14 - Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg - In der Kirche & Johanneslied Davids & Am stillen Herd & Walthers Preislied

download the complete album


Arcangelo Sciacca (Italian guitarist lived in Palermo, Sicilia)

Mistères d'amour! (Mazurka) for guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XIV n.14, Monticone editore, Torino, 1895


Alfredo Settembri (Gultarrlsta italiano, radicado en la ciudad de Milan. En Agosto del ano 1929 formaba parte del elenco de la Academia Mandolinistica de la ciudad lombrada. / Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)

Svaghi primaverili (Valzer), per 2 mandolini, mandola e chitarra, Giornali Musicali per Strumenti a Plettro e a Pizzico di A. Monzino e Figli, Milano, 1919


Joseph Sgallari (1868-1926) (Italian composer, mandolinist and guitarist, was born in Spilamberto, died in Modena)

Czardas for two mandolins and guitar, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno VII n.14, Monticone editore, Torino, 1898

For Ever (Mazurka) for two mandolins, mandola and guitar, included in VITA MANDOLINISTICA Anno I n.17, Ditta Fratelli Cocchi, Bologna, 1901

Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) / Joseph Sgallari

Fantasia sulla Traviata, for mandolin, mandola, guitar and pianoforte, included in the Album Premio de il giornale IL CONCERTO, Comellini & Turco, Bologna, 1908


Ernest Shand (1868-1924)  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Fantaisie Irlandaise op.59, Schott, Mainz - Leipzig

Gavotte and Meditation op.69, Schott, Mainz - Leipzig


Vissarion Shebalin (1902-1963)  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Prelude, included in Album for Young People Vol.1 by Natalia Ivanova-Kramskaya, Muzika, Moskwa, 1985
(low resolution)

Sonatina (a A.Ivanov-Kramskoi), included in Works of the Soviet Composers for six strings guitar Vol.1, Muzika, Moskwa, 1985 (low resolution)


Rossini Silva (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934 Photo

Gemidos ao Luar (Valsa Serenata), published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO de novembro-dezembro 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)

Gavota (a Maria Luisa Anido), published in the Brazilian magazine A VOZ DO VIOLÃO de março 1931 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)


Giuseppe Silvestri (1841-1921)
Serenade d'Autrefois (Serenata medioevale) per pianoforte, Edizione "dell'Autore", Napoli

Serenade d'Autrefois (trascrizione per mandolino e chitarra di Gaetano Bertolè), G. Santojanni, Napoli, 1926

(Serenata Medioevale performed by Tito Schipa)


Pablo Simeone (1869-1910)  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Gato (con letra), David Poggi, Buenos Aires

La Porteñita (Mazurka), G. Ricordi & C. - Editores, Buenos Aires


Antonio Sinópoli (1878-1964)  (Enciclopedia de la GuitarraPhoto
Preludio n.2, published in the Brazilian magazine O VIOLÃO de julho 1929 (with the courtesy of Ivan Paschoito, São Paulo, Brasil)
Estudio de um tema de 'La Catedral', Casa Del Vecchio, São Paulo (with the courtesy of Edmar Fenicio, São Paulo, Brasil)

Camalote (Tango), F.co Nuñez Editor, Buenos Aires (with the courtesy of Javier Alem, Buenos Aires, Argentina) (low resolution)

Zapateado, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Maria (Zamba), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

the reproduced copy is in a poor condition, for the dirty paper, and even for a poor attempt of restoration

Pericon, Breyer Hermanos, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Cecilia (Zamba), Breyer Hermanos, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Triste n.1, Breyer Hermanos, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Pericon Nacional, arreglo para guitarra por Antonio Sinópoli, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Cuyanita (Zamba facil) & La Porteñita (Zamba facil), Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

La Guardia (Zapateado sobre La Hueya), G.Ricordi e C., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

La Milonga que Faltaba, Ricordi Americana, Buenos Aires, 1934 (low resolution)

Las Porteñas (Zamba), Ricordi Americana, Buenos Aires, 1938 (low resolution)

Triste n.2, Ricordi Americana, Buenos Aires, 1941 (low resolution)

Canción a la Muñeca, Ricordi Americana, Buenos Aires, 1941 (low resolution)

Canción de los Alpes, Ricordi Americana, Buenos Aires, 1942 (low resolution)

Chacarera del Norte, Ricordi Americana, Buenos Aires, 1942 (low resolution)

Del Gualicho (Zamba tipica), Ricordi Americana, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Vicente Greco (1888-1924) (Todo Tango) / Antonio Sinópoli

Rodriguez Peña (Tango), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Marcelo Tupynambá [Tupinambá] (1889-1953) / Antonio Sinópoli (from Daniella Thompson on Brazil)

Cabocla apasionada (Maxixa), arreglo para 2 guitarras, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Tristeza de Caboclo (Canción Brasileira), arreglo para guitarra, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)


José Sirera Prats (1884-1931) Catalan guitarist and composer, was born and died in Barcelona. More info in Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934

Fandanguillo, Union Musical Española, Barcelona

Seguidillas manchegas & Don Eusebio (Tango), Union Musical Española, Barcelona

Giovanni Bolzoni (1841-1919) (Wikipedia) / José Sirera

Minuetto, arreglo para guitarra, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (Bolzoni Minuetto - Toscanini NBC 1943)


Vladimir Slavskij (1926-1987)  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) / Vladimir Slavskij

Für Elise, Muzgiz, Moskow, 1957, published together with Aleksander Gurilyov (1803-1858) (Wikipedia) ♦ Polka-Mazurka (transcriptions)


Pedro Sofia (1890-1976) This composer, devoted to chamber music, also wrote tangos: "Bordoneando", "Echale arroz a ese guiso", "El archivista", "El cabo Fels". He ran a conservatory, founded the Esnaola library and, for 30 years, was director of the Asociación Argentina de Música de Cámara (Argentine Association of Chamber Music) - More info in Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934

Flor del Campo (Estilo Zamba), para canto con accompañamento de Guitarra o Guitarra sola, Letra de Elías Martínez Buteler, Romero y Fernandez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Fernando Sor (1778-1839) (Wikipedia)

Andante largo op.5 n.5, revisado y digitado por Miguel Llobet, in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.2, 1923 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)
Minueto op.11 n.4, revisado y digitado por Miguel Llobet, in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.2, 1923 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)
Minueto op.11 n.5, revisado y digitado por Miguel Llobet, in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.2, 1923 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)
Minueto op.11 n.8, revisado y digitado por Miguel Llobet, in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.6, 1926 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)
Minueto de la Sonata op.25, revisado y digitado por Miguel Llobet, in the magazine LA GUITARRA N.2, 1923 published by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Mazurka op.43 n.4, included in the magazine IL PLETTRO May/1937, Vizzari, Milano (low resolution)

Manchegas, Giovanni Chiappino, Torino (Wrongly attribuited to Sor. This work was published in 3 Airs caractéristiques de danses nationales espagnoles for piano by Santiago de Masarnau 1805-1882)


Alejandro Spinardi (1899-?) (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)
Vals Romantico n.1 op.6, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1936 (low resolution)

Oracion (Preludio n.2 op.11), Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Romanza en Mi menor, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Reminiscencia (Preludio) n.1 op.19, Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Quejas de mi Lira (Tango Sentimental), Propiedad del Autor, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Linda Cordobesita (Zamba facil), Diego Gracia & Cía.,, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Anochece en el llano, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

De mi Pago (Bailecito), Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Milonga n.1, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Federico R. Spreafico (1871-1958) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Penas Secretas (Vals)
Editores Fco Nuñez y Cia., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Encanto (Andante) Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1940 (low resolution)

A Ti Solita!...(Habanera para dos guitarras) Guitarra 1a, Editor Fco Nuñez, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

A Ti Solita!...(Habanera para dos guitarras) Guitarra 2a (low resolution)


Victor A. Stigliano (Guitarrista y compositor argentino)
Sueños (Vals),
Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires


Fernando Suarez (Guitarrista y compositor argentino)
El Viaje Eterno (Vals),
Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires, 1928


Andrei Sychra (1773-1850) (Wikipedia)

Variations on the piece "During, during the long trip" for 7 string guitar, included in TWO PIECES in the adaptation of Masters-Guitarists of the XIX Century (by V.Morkov and A.Sychra), Muzgiz (Gosudarstvennoye Muzykal'noye Izdatelstvo), Moskow, 1953 (with the courtesy of Rainer Stelle, Berlin, Germany) July 23

Rondo for 7 string guitar, included in FOUR PIECES (by A.Sychra - M.Vysotsky - V.Morkov - N.Aleksandrov), Muzgiz, Moskow, 1956


Pasquale Taraffo (1887-1937) (Italian guitarist, was born in Genoa and died in South America)

Stefania, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

L'Onda (Valzer cantabile), Monzino & Garlandini, Milano

Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805) / Pasquale Taraffo

Celebre Minuetto, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano


Graciano Tarragó (1892-1973)  (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Canzone popolare Asturiana, included
in the magazine IL PLETTRO May/1937, Vizzari, Milano (low resolution)


Francisco Tarrega (1852-1909)

Minuetto (a Maria Rita Brondi), included in Album n.6 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO March/1910, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano

Recuerdos de la Alhambra, Orfeo Tracio S.A., Madrid

Marieta - Rosita - Adelita, Orfeo Tracio S.A., Madrid

Gran Vals, Orfeo Tracio S.A., Madrid

Lagrima & Choral de Haendel Ildefonso Alier, Madrid

Tango Ildefonso Alier, Madrid (Wrongly attribuited to Tarrega. See Enriqueta by Carlos Garcia Tolsa published in this page) 

Adieu de Schubert Ildefonso Alier, Madrid (Wrongly attribuited to Schubert. This work was published by its author August Heinrich von Weyrauch (Riga 1788-?) for voice and piano and entitled ‘Nach Osten’. It was subsequently re-edited in France in 1840 as ‘Adieu’ de Schubert)
Adelita published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.2 Diciembre de 1923) by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Oremus & Endecha published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.1 Julio de 1923) by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)
Fragmento del Septimino de Beethoven arreglato en forma de estudio para guitarra, published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.1 Julio de 1923) by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Preludio de la "Gruta de Fincall" de Mendelssohn arreglato en forma de estudio para guitarra, published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.1 Julio de 1923) by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Preludio n.1 published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.2 Diciembre de 1923) by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Preludio n.2 published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.2 Diciembre de 1923) by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Preludio n.11 published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.1 Julio de 1923) by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Cinco preludios (n.4 - n.12 - n.13 - n.14 - n.15) published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.3 Año 1925) by Juan Carlos Anido

Preludio n.16 published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.4 Febrero de 1926) by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Preludio n.17 y Ejercicio published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.5 Abril de 1926) by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)

Estudios nums. 4-5-6, Biblioteca Fortea, Madrid, 1932

Estudios nums. 7-8-9-10, Biblioteca Fortea, Madrid, 1932

Estudios nums. 11-12-13, Biblioteca Fortea, Madrid

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) / Francisco Tarrega
Adagio de la sonata 'Chiaro de Luna' Ildefonso Alier, Madrid

Franz Schubert (1797-1828) / Francisco Tarrega
Momento Musical publisher ?
Robert Schumann (1810-1856) / Francisco Tarrega
Reverie transcripta para guitarra por Francisco Tarrega,
published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.6 Tercer Bimestre de 1926) by Juan Carlos Anido (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)


Giorgio Tartra (Italian mandolinist and conductor)

Verolanoz (Marcia Spagnuola) for mandolin orchestra, included in IL MANDOLINO Anno XXXI n.24, Monticone editore, Torino, 1922


Giovanni Antonio Terzi (c.1580-?) (Italian Lute player and composer)

Gagliarda (1593), included in Album n.5 - Seconda Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, and in the magazine IL PLETTRO May/1922, Alessandro Vizzari, Milano


Pietro Tonassi (1800-1877) (Italian composer, conductor, cellist and guitarist)

Primo Pot-pourri sopra il 'Nabucco' di Verdi, Ricordi, Milano


Eduardo Torres (1872-1934) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Berceuse for 2 guitars,
published in the magazine "La Guitarra" (n.4 Febrero de 1926) by Juan Carlos Anido. (with the courtesy of the Avv. Leonello Mariani, Trento, Italy)


Enrico Toselli (1883-1926) (Wikipedia)

Serenata (Rimpianto) per mandolino e chitarra, riduz. Vincenzo Billi, Edizione C. Bratti & C., Firenze, 1927


Claudio Trasatti (Famous Italian attorney. Amateur guitarist and composer, lived in Milan, died in 1998)

Notturno in Re Op.5, proprietà dell'Autore, Milano, 1974

Rapsodia Elegiaca Op.6, proprietà dell'Autore, Milano, 1974

Piccola Sonata Fantasia in La Op.7, proprietà dell'Autore, Milano, 1974

Preludio e Variazioni in La Op.8, proprietà dell'Autore, Milano, 1974

Sensazioni Op.9, proprietà dell'Autore, Milano, 1974

Stati d'animo Op.10, proprietà dell'Autore, Milano, 1974

Immagini del dormiveglia (ninna nanna) Op.12, proprietà dell'Autore, Milano, 1975 September 02

reproductions with the authorization of the Avv. Marcello Trasatti, Milano, Italia


Renzo Tuti (alias Italian guitarist composer Benvenuto Terzi)

Sorriso di Bimba... (Arietta), included in LA CHITARRA Anno III n.10, Bologna, 1936 (low resolution)

Danza dei Nani, included in LA CHITARRA Anno VI n.5, Bologna, 1939 (low resolution)


Emilio Valle

Sempre Uniti (Marcia) for two mandolins and guitar, included in IL CONCERTO Anno V n.7, A.Comellini e C., Bologna, 1901


Floreal G. Vallespir Peyrón (Guitarrista y compositor argentino)
Ráfagas Camperas (Milonga), Antigia Casa Nuñez
, Buenos Aires, 1950 (low resolution)

Para Mary (Vals), Antigia Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires, 1951 (low resolution)


Luigi Vangi (Italian mandolinist, published all his music in Florence) 

Sangue Italiano (Marcia) for mandolin orchestra, Saporetti & Cappelli, Firenze


Ricardo Julio Vergara Zuloaga (1887-?) (guitarrista argentino)
Juan Poca Ropa / Ricardo Julio Vergara Zuloaga
Poca Ropa (melodia popular), segun version de Ismael Guerrero Cárpena, arreglo para guitarra por R.J.Vergara Zuloaga,
Diego Gracia & Cía., Buenos Aires

(...Juan Poca Ropa, guitarrista argentino parteneciente a la primera mitad del sigli XIX. Como los guitarristas Robles y Trillo, discipulos del famoso maestro Esteban Massini, fué uno de los componentes de aquella camerata que tantas veces amenizó en los salones del rancio Buenos Aires y en les artisticas y amenas reuniones que habitualmente se celebraban  en casa del dictador Juan Manuel de Rozas.../ Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas...
 ...Dorrego Celestino , fue apodado y conocido popularmente como Juan Poca Ropa. Se le atribuye el papel de el diablo en el duelo con Santos Vega, como afirma Carlos Alberto Leuman (La Prensa 14/5/1944), estaba casado y supo vivir en el barrio porteño de San Nicolás de Bari. Estuvo presente en la representación de la obra Ensalada Criolla representada por la Compañía de los Hermanos Podestá en 1898, donde se escenifica una parodia de la payada entre Santos Vega y el diablo. Por otra parte, otros investigadores le atribuyen la autoría del Minué Federal. Se desconocen con certeza las fechas de nacimiento y muerte.../ Educar ~ Argentina, http://www.educar-argentina.com.ar/HISTORIA/BIO/d3a.htm)


Mario Vicari (1879-1976) (Italian guitarist, mandolinist, born in Agni, died in Lugano. Well-known as composer for guitar and mandolin orchestra) 

Das Internationale Klausenrennen (Marsch) for mandolin orchestra, C. Notari, Luchsingen, published in the magazine MANDOLINISMO N.137/1928 (low resolution)


León Vicente Gascón (1896-?) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)
Adiós Granada (Granadina). Célebre canción Andaluza armonizada,
Diego, Gracia & Cia., Buenos Aires,1926 (low resolution)

the reproduced copy is in a poor condition for a poor attempt of restoration

El arroyito 'e plata (Zamba), para guitarra / para canto y guitarra / para conjuntos, Diego, Gracia & Cia., Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Chispazos del Novecientos (Tango Milonga) Diego, Gracia & Cia., Buenos Aires,1941 (low resolution)

Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846-1916) (Wikipedia) / León Vicente Gascón
Marechiare (Melodía Napoletana), Propriedad del Autor, Buenos Aires (low resolution)

Adolfo R. Aviles (1898-1971) (Todotango) / León Vicente Gascón
Desolación (Tango Sentimental), Ignacio Iglesias, Buenos Aires (low resolution)


Rodolfo Amadeo Videla (Domingo Prat, Diccionario de Guitarristas, Romero y Fernandez, 1934)
Brisas (Melodia)
, Diego, Gracia & Cia., Buenos Aires


Jose Viñas (1823-1888) (Wikipedia)

Recuerdos de Palma (Capricho), Andres Vidal, Barcelona

Fantasia-Capricho, Sociedad Anonima Casa Dotesio, Barcelona

Sueño (Reverie), adaptación de Domingo Prat, Antigua Casa Nuñez, Buenos Aires


Mikhail Vysotsky (1791-1837) (Enciclopedia de la Guitarra)

Priaha [The Spinner] for 7 string guitar, included in FOUR PIECES (by A.Sychra - M.Vysotsky - V.Morkov - N.Aleksandrov), Muzgiz, Moskow, 1956

Mikhail Vysotsky (1791-1837) / Leonida Nadègine (Guitarist lived in France and Belgium) - Photo published in the magazine IL PLETTRO February/1911

Priaha (Canzone variata trascritta per chitarra a 6 corde da L.Nadègine), included in Album n.2 - Prima Serie della Biblioteca del Chitarrista, Vizzari, Milano, also published in the magazine IL PLETTRO June/1912


Luciano Zuccheri (1911-1981) (Classical and jazz guitarist, was born in Spilimbergo, Italy)
Campane villerecce (pezzo caratteristico)
, Monzino & Garlandini, Milano (low resolution)


 

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Music sheets in the guitar music library owned by Vincenzo Pocci