Sheet Music

Various odd bits of sheet music here, hope you get some enjoyment from them.
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Vexations by Erik Satie. Music and TAB. Buy here US$2.00


Asturias by Issac Albéniz. TAB only. Buy here US$2.00


Nocturne op.9 no.2 by Frederic Chopin, for solo guitar. Buy here US$3.99

Lascia ch’io pianga by Handel, for solo guitar. Buy here US$2.99
A lovely intermediate level arrangement of one of Handel’s most beautiful arias. In standard notation and tab.

Prelude op. 28 no. 2 by Frédéric Chopin for guitar duo. Buy here US$2.00

Prelude op. 28 no. 6 by Frédéric Chopin for guitar duo. Buy here US$2.00

Hot Cross Buns of Death for guitar quartet. Buy here US$2.00
A very simple arrangement which can be taught easily to a group without the use of music. Very silly, but lots of fun.

Frere Jacques’ Nightmare for guitar quartet. Buy here
A fun arrangement of a classic ditty. None of the parts are very difficult, but the ensemble is challenging yet rewarding to play.

Fandango by Padre Antonio Soler for guitar duo. Buy here US$5.00

Game Of Thrones theme for banjo. Free or consider a donation

Evocacion by Isaac Albéniz, for guitar duo. Free.

Se Io M’Accorgo for guitar quartet. Free.

Habanera by Bizet for guitar quartet. A versatile guitar quartet arrangement which includes beginner and intermediate parts. Buy here US$2.00

Fine Knacks for Ladies by Dowland for guitar quintet. Free or consider a donation

La Cumparsita by Rodriguez, G.H. for guitar duo. Print version only. $10. Payment via Paypal, contact me with your details so that I can calculate postage.

Romanza for guitar solo, very easy version of the 1st half. Free or consider a donation

Scarborough Fair for guitar solo, arr. Randolph Koder. Print version only. $5. Payment via Paypal, contact me with your details so that I can calculate postage.

Plucking Music for guitar duo, dedicated to Steve Reich and written on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Free or consider a donation

A circle of fifths Free or consider a donation

A blank circle of fifths Free or consider a donation

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Great stuff Stephen !

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