Fernando Sor – Op. 35, No. 1, ”Andante” – Free Classical Guitar Lesson and TAB – Part 1

Learn to play Opus 35, No. 1, “Andante” by Fernando Sor. This is a beginner classical guitar lesson but it still may take you some time to get this under your fingers so take your time and don’t rush.
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The tab includes 2 versions, one a hand-written version that includes right and left hand fingerings, and the second version is printed out without fingering markings. They are both the same, it’s just one is easier to read. There is also a link to download the Sheet Music / TAB .PDF file which does not have fingering markings. Use whichever you like best.


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Free Guitar Tab for Fernando Sor, Op. 35, No. 1


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Fernando Sor was a Spanish classical guitarist and composer. While he is best known for his guitar compositions, he also composed music for a wide range of genres, including opera, orchestra, string quartet, piano, voice, and ballet. His ballet score Cendrillon (Cinderella) received over one hundred performances. Sor’s works for guitar range from pieces for beginning players to advanced players such as Variations on a Theme of Mozart. Sor’s contemporaries considered him to be the best guitarist in the world, and his works for guitar have been widely played and reprinted since his death. Although modern classical guitar players usually do, Sor rarely used his annular finger or nails when playing.

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