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Listen toFrancisco Tarregaon Rhapsody

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About Francisco Tarrega

(born: Villarreal, Castellón, 21 Nov 1852; died: Barcelona, 15 Dec 1909).
Spanish guitarist and composer. Hailed as 'the Sarasate of the guitar', he prepared the way for the rebirth of the guitar in the 20th century, giving concerts, teaching and composing for the instrument (78 original works, 120 transcriptions), notably Recuerdos de la Alhambra, Capricho árabe and Danza mora.

Listen toFrancisco Tarregaon Rhapsody

(born: Villarreal, Castellón, 21 Nov 1852; died: Barcelona, 15 Dec 1909).
Spanish guitarist and composer. Hailed as 'the Sarasate of the guitar', he prepared the way for the rebirth of the guitar in the 20th century, giving concerts, teaching and composing for the instrument (78 original works, 120 transcriptions), notably Recuerdos de la Alhambra, Capricho árabe and Danza mora.

About Francisco Tarrega

(born: Villarreal, Castellón, 21 Nov 1852; died: Barcelona, 15 Dec 1909).
Spanish guitarist and composer. Hailed as 'the Sarasate of the guitar', he prepared the way for the rebirth of the guitar in the 20th century, giving concerts, teaching and composing for the instrument (78 original works, 120 transcriptions), notably Recuerdos de la Alhambra, Capricho árabe and Danza mora.

About Francisco Tarrega

(born: Villarreal, Castellón, 21 Nov 1852; died: Barcelona, 15 Dec 1909).
Spanish guitarist and composer. Hailed as 'the Sarasate of the guitar', he prepared the way for the rebirth of the guitar in the 20th century, giving concerts, teaching and composing for the instrument (78 original works, 120 transcriptions), notably Recuerdos de la Alhambra, Capricho árabe and Danza mora.