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List of compositions for guitar

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This article lists the classical guitar music in the classical guitar repertoire. It includes baroque guitar and vihuela music, but not lute music. This music is most commonly performed by classical guitarists and requires the use of a variety of classical guitar techniques to play.

During the Renaissance, the guitar was likely to have been used as it frequently is today in popular music, that is to provide strummed accompaniment for a singer or a small group.[citation needed] There also were several significant music collections published during the 16th century of contrapuntal compositions approaching the complexity, sophistication and breadth of lute music from the same period. Most Renaissance lute music has been transcribed for guitar (see List of composers for lute).

The baroque guitar (c.1600–1750) was a string instrument with five courses of gut strings and moveable gut frets. The first (highest pitched) course was sometimes a single string. It replaced the Renaissance lute as the most common instrument found in the home.

The romantic guitar, in use from approximately 1790 to 1830, was the guitar of the Classical and Romantic period of music, showing remarkable consistency in the instrument's construction during these decades. By this time guitars used six, sometimes more, single strings instead of courses. The romantic guitar eventually led to a different type of guitar in Spain: the fan-braced Spanish guitars of Torres, which may be seen as the immediate precursor of the modern classical guitar.

In the 20th century, many non-guitarist composers wrote for the instrument, whereas previously only players of the instrument had done so.[citation needed]

16th century

17th century

  • 1640 Giovanni Paolo Foscarini (fl. c.1621–c.1649) Li cinque libri della chitarra alla spagnola
  • 1643 Francesco Corbetta (c.1615–1681) Varii capricii per la ghittara spagnuola
  • 1646 Carlo Calvi (fl. 17th century) Intavolatura di chitarra, e chitarriglia
  • 1650 Domenico Pellegrini (fl. 17th century) Soavi concenti di sonate musicali per la chitarra spagnuola
  • 1659 Giovanni Battista Granata (c.1620–1687) Soavi concenti di sonate musicali per la chitarra spagnuola
  • 1674 Gaspar Sanz (1640–1710) Instrucción de música sobre la guitarra española
  • 1682 Robert de Visée (c.1650–1725) Livre di guittarre dédié au roy
  • 1692 Ludovico Roncalli (1660?–1720?) Capricci armonici sopra la chitarra spagnola
  • 1694 Francesc Guerau (1649–1722) Poema Harmónico

18th century

  • 1716 François Campion (1680–1748) Nouvelles découvertes sur la guitare
  • c.1730 Santiago de Murcia (1682–1735?) Codice Saldivar no. 4

19th century

20th century

1900s

1910s

1920s

1930s

1940s

1950s

1960s

1970s

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

  • 1975 José Ramón Encinar (born 1954) El aire de saber cerrar los ojos
  • 1975 Hans Gefors (born 1952) La boîte chinoise, op. 12:1
  • 1975 Anthony Hedges (born 1931) Three Fancies
  • 1975 Jean-Paul Holstein (born 1939) Du futur... à... l'au-delà
  • 1975 Reginald Smith Brindle (1917–2003) Four Poems of García Lorca
  • 1975 Michael Blake Watkins (born 1948) Solus
  • 1975 Flemming Weis (1898–1981) Aspects

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980s

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

  • 1989 Miguel Angel Cherubito (born 1941) Suite Popular Argentina
  • 1989 Peter Dickinson (born 1934) Five Explorations
  • 1989 Stephen Dodgson (1924-2013) Partita No. 4
  • 1989 Angelo Gilardino (born 1941) Variazioni sulla Follìa
  • 1989 Eduardo Martin (born 1956) Canciones del Calendario
  • 1989 Eduardo Martin (born 1956) Pasajero en el tiempo
  • 1989 Nicholas Maw (1935-2009) Music of Memory
  • 1989 Per Nørgård (born 1932) Tales From a Hand III: Clubs among Jokers
  • 1989 R. Murray Schafer (born 1933) Guitar Concerto

1990s

1990

1991

1992

1993

  • 1993 Robert Boelen (born 1949) Interlude in G
  • 1993 Leo Brouwer (born 1939) Rito de los Orishas
  • 1993 Ferenc Farkas (1905–2000) Tiento
  • 1993 Dror Feiler (born 1951) We Are A Bomb
  • 1993 Claudio Galante (born 1960) Deux esquisses
  • 1993 Robert Keeley (born 1960) Two Ways of Looking at a Spider
  • 1993 Arne Löthman (born 1954) Diptych
  • 1993 Eduardo Martin (born 1956) Album de la Inocencia
  • 1993 Terry Riley (born 1935) Ascención
  • 1993 Toru Takemitsu (1930–1996) Equinox
  • 1993 Param Vir (born 1952) Clear Light, Magic Body

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

21st century

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2012

2013

This page was last edited on 23 November 2021, at 13:09
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