Lessons and Repertoire for "Exploring Music from Spain" 🏇

Hola amigos! 

this list of tutorials from Spanish composers available on tonebase should help find you enough material for the exploration of Spanish music 🔥

Here are some examples of our most popular and recent productions:

If you are looking for scores that are freely available, I'd recommend to check out the catalog of IMSLP or Boije collection!

Where do you usually buy your scores from?

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  • I frequently use the two sources listed above a lot. In addition:

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    • Eric Phillips Edson Lopes has a lot of good looking scores that work well on the iPad as PDF.

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      Eric Phillips Awesome, thank you for sharing!

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  • Yes.  These will keep me off the streets for a while.  I buy my sheet music from Strings by Mail, GSP, Sheet Music Plus, LACG and Spanish Guitar Centre Nottingham. 

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      Martybrounstein Thank you, do you know if they ship internationally?

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    • Yes.  These resources ship internationally.

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      Martybrounstein Thank you, good to know!!

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    thank you!

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    These selections are far above my beginner level.

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  • Same as Marty and also to the source publisher sites. ex Doberman, D’Oz, Carl Fischer, Hal Leonard, Mel Bay etc.

    Thanks Eric, didn’t know that one.

    Thanks Martin for the the info and question.

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    • Michael Carlson I like buying from Oz because they also sell PDF version for every work.

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    I just noticed there are no Rodrigo Lessons!!!!!

    How could that happen?!

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    • Jack Stewart I think I heard that a few may be coming. Personally, I don't think I have the chops to play anything by him. I'd love to someday, but not right now.

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      Jack Stewart Eric Phillips We might be up to something 🤫

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      Eric Phillips Eric, you could certainly manage the "Tiento Antiguo'. Not easy to play as well as Ms. Muraji of course (link below) but definitely within your reach. The score can be found online, but I'm not sure about copyright, so I'll let you find it if you're interested. (Scott Tennant examines the scale passages in his famous book, 'Pumping Nylon'.)

       

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0vP2ofOD94

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    • David Krupka I actually did give that one a shot a year or two ago, but I just could not get a feel for the rhythms. Maybe I could give it another try.

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      David Krupka truly a magnificent piece!

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      Jack Stewart Hey Jack! You're totally right, we had to remove the Rodrigo lessons due to copy-right issues! 😬 That being said, we're working with Cecilia Rodrigo (Daughter of the Composer!) on bringing back some of the individual lessons (Tres Piezas Espanolas, En Los Trigales, Invocacion Y Danza, and a few more) and we are also in the process of securing the right for doing a production on the Aranjuez... ;) this might be a big one... 

      If you are interested in any particular piece, me or Martin will happily share a link with you! 

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    • igor Wow... awesome news!!

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      Blaise Laflamme 🎉

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      igor That's very interesting. I would have thought that lessons on Rodrigo's works would generate more interest and sales. I am really glad to hear of negotiations. Thanks for the update.

      I am working on En os Triangles for Martin's Music of Spain Challenge. When I post an initial video I'll mention this to Martin (the video will provide irrefutable evidence for my need for any lessons that are available 😊).

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      Jack Stewart I'm sure your Rodrigo will be great as is ;) but I'll def bring this back to the team and try to dig up the link for you! ;) Stay Tuned! :)) 

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       Jack Stewart The perks of being a community member! :) We have 2 videos on the En Los Trigales: 
      1. By Sabrina Vlaskalic
      https://app.tonebase.co/guitar/lessons/player/sabrina-vlaskalic-teaches-en-los-trigales-by-rodrigo

      2. By Rafael Aguirre 
      https://app.tonebase.co/guitar/lessons/player/rafael-aguirre-teaches-en-los-trigales-by-rodrigo

      Enjoy and happy practicing! 😊

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