Sanz | Suite Espanola for solo guitar

Sanz | Suite Espanola for solo guitar

Model: 19104 / HL14028805
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Born in 1640, Gaspar Sanz is generally considered the greatest Spanish guitarist and composer of the seventeenth century. His three surviving instruction books (published in 1697) contained over 100 guitar pieces, ranging from simple, strummed rasgueado pieces, to the intricate fantasias, pavanas, and gallardas using the plucked panteado style.

Suite Espanola was written in 1674.

This famous musician and priest was born in Calanda on the 4th of April of 1640. He studied and taught at the University of Salamanca as a profesor of music. He was the organist of the viceroy of Napoles. He is thought to have died in Madrid in 1710 and is often described as the greatest Spanish guitar theologian of the 17th century.

Inventory #HL 14028805
UPC: 884088442446
Publisher Code: UMG21354
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
24 pages
Publisher: Union Musical Ediciones


  • Model: 19104 / HL14028805
  • Manufactured by: Hal Leonard
  • Condition: New

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