The Music of American Guitarist Luis T. Romero

Romero was born in San Luis Obispo, California in 1854 and died in Boston, November 19, 1893.
His parents emigrated from Spain.
While quite young he had learned and played the guitar. He eventually he moved to Los Angeles and continued his studies with Miguel S. Arrevalo.
Later he moved to San Jose, California, performed and taught guitar and while living there began to publish numerous works.
He then moved to Boston and continued his teaching practice while establishing his performance career which led to publishing many of his original and arranged works for guitar.

 

We have prepared a PDF file with scans of the original sheet music by Romero, prepared for easy black and white printing on standard size paper.

Pieces included in this collection:

Souvenir D'Amerique
Peruvian Air
Fantasie Americaine
La Paloma
Rigoletto
La Suplica
Santiago
Bella Boca Polka
Un Beso Mazurka

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Guitar Music of William Foden

William Foden (23 March 1860 – 9 April 1947) was an American composer, musician, and teacher. Foden is considered America's premiere classical guitarist during the 1890s and the first decades of the twentieth century.
We have collected the original sheet music of William Foden and prepared a PDF collection....

Music of American Guitarist
William Foden

 

The Guitar Music of
Charles De Janon (1834-1911)

Romero was born in San Luis Obispo, California in 1854 and died in Boston, November 19, 1893.
His parents emigrated from Spain.
While quite young he had learned and played the guitar. He eventually he moved to Los Angeles and continued his studies with Miguel S. Arrevalo.

Later he moved to San Jose, California, performed and taught guitar and while living there began to publish numerous works.
He then moved to Boston and continued his teaching practice while establishing his performance career which led to publishing many of his original and arranged works for guitar.

Web page about the
music of Charles De Janon

 

The Music Of Justin Holland

Justin Holland was one of the first American classical guitarists, and he was teacher and a composer. He was also a prominent member of the African-American Masonic lodge. We have collected sheet music of the solo guitar works and the arrangements for voice and guitar of Justin Holland.

We also now offer Holland's method for the guitar

 


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