#1
so i found out the other day that ive had a classical guitar laying around my house for years that no one ever told me about. its in surprisingly good shape and im lookin for some good songs to play on it (hence the thread title).

any suggestions are much appreciated
#2
"Jesu joy of a mans desiring"

it's sight-readable and sounds very nice.
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#3
Bach and Paganini
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#4
Prelude No.4, Villas-Lobos. Any of his stuff is great.

Also Leyenda-Austurias. I think that's how it's spelled.
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#6
the songs mentioned above, will most likely be far too advanced.

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#7
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the songs mentioned above, will most likely be far too advanced.

Carcassi 25 studies for the classical guitar
20 Sor studies (andres segovia editions)
Romance- Anonymous
La Grima- Francisco Tarrega
Estudio 1- Tarrega


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#9
Play some pieces by Fernando Sor. There are alot of easy and beautiful studies.
If you want something hard go for Miguel Llobet, Bach, Ferdinando Carulli or Mauro Giuliani. I'll post some pieces for you tommorow or the day after.
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There are several Bourees written by Bach, but the most popular is probably the one in E minor.


right, this is what I meant.
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#15
not that easy but great sounding. Antonio Lauro's "Suite Venezolana", can be found here in UG
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#17
I'm not much a fan of Canon In D, but here is a really nice arrangement of it, not too hard either.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4Sh9cKEDH0
There is tab for it in the description of that vid, both in PDF form and powertab.
By the same youtuber there is a very nice version of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here, which I LOVE. Doesn't have the second solo but people will love you for it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pdz22r5bMek

Loads of classical guitar pieces at www.creativeguitar.org too.