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Aires de la Mancha By Bennett P. Lacy
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This five movement work is found on John Williams 1969 recording, More Virtuoso Music for Guitar. It appears here as he recorded it. However, the fingerings are mine.
Suite No. 1 in F-Major (Weiss) By Bennett P. Lacy
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In 1978, John Williams performed five dances from Lute Suite No. 1 in F-Major by S.L. Weiss. That concert was recorded and now appears on YouTube for all to enjoy. However, his arrangement for... More > guitar was, heretofore, unpublished. By referencing the lute tablature and John Williams' video, I have transcribed the suite just as he performed it almost 40 years ago.< Less
Estudio del Ligado By Bennett P. Lacy
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This piece by Agustin Barrios is a wonderful left hand ligado study. Although a bit advance, it is still a wonderful tool for students of the instrument and a must for daily practice.
Two Renaissance Dances By Bennett P. Lacy
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These two pieces are attributed to the 16th century lutenist Cesare Negri, who was baptized in 1535 and died in 1605. They come from a book of dances titled, Gratie d'Amore. They are not extremely... More > difficult and can be managed by intermediate to advanced players.< Less
Scherzino Mexicano By Bennett P. Lacy
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Manuel Ponce composed this piece for piano in 1909. It has a captivating rhythmic theme with a beautiful melody that is influenced by the folk music of Mexico. I believe the character of this piece... More > works better on the classical guitar.< Less
Violin Sonata Op. 5 No. 3: Gigue By Bennett P. Lacy
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Corelli's opus 5 contains a collection of 12 violin sonatas. The gigue is the last dance from the third sonata in C major. It was transcribed for the lute in 1732 by Santiago de Murcia, but the... More > texture is much too thin for the guitar. I went back to the violin sonata score and added harmonies the guitar can easily handle. I believe the piece works quite well now and should be playable by anyone with an intermediate to advanced technique.< Less
Mounsier's Almaine By Bennett P. Lacy
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AGS Publications brings you another recorded version. Monsieur's Almaine is yet another piece from John Williams' album, Virtuoso Variations for Guitar. Recorded in the late 60s, Williams does not... More > present an authentic transcription of the lute tablature, and presumably changes a few notes that are modal and might sound strange to an uneducated philharmonic public. He also chooses variations to omit, most likely for the sake of brevity. The version here does not claim to be a faithful representation of the original lute music, but is quite accurate with respect to John Williams' performance.< Less
Torre Bermeja By Bennett P. Lacy
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Torre Bermeja is one of 12 piano pieces, from Piezas Características, Op.92. It was originally transcribed by guitarist Miguel Llobet, but this version is taken primarily from the recordings... More > and videos of John Williams.< Less
Allegro BWV 998 By Bennett P. Lacy
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Bach's Allegro BWV 998 is a brilliant work that may have been written for the famous Baroque lutenist, S. L. Weiss. Nevertheless, it is magnificent when played on the guitar. John Williams has made... More > several recordings of this piece, and this arrangement is based upon those performances. Although the bass line conforms to his transcription, the fingerings, legatos and articulations are mine.< Less
Valse Poeticos - Introduction & Waltz By Bennett P. Lacy
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John Williams' recording of Valse Poeticos ranks as one of my all-time favorites. It demonstrates his complete mastery of the guitar in a brilliant display of virtuosity that surpasses anything I... More > have ever heard. However, many guitarists beg to have an opportunity to play his transcription of Granados' magnificent piano composition. Through the marvel of modern technology, I bring you another recorded version, transcribed from the 1970 album, John Williams Plays Spanish Guitar.< Less