Since you mention caicslsal music, I'm going to assume you mean caicslsal guitar and ONLY caicslsal guitar. Other acoustic styles were developed in different parts of the world with little to no influence from higher music.You're not going to find much REALLY influential music that was originally composed for the guitar until the 19th century. The guitar, due to its limitations in volume, was not a popular instrument for major composers. Paganini wrote some great duets for guitar and violin, but the violin was more the focus there.Some of the earliest guitar music that is still commonly performed and taught is the music of Carulli and Sor. They both wrote tons of music for the guitar. Sor's 12 Etudes is still a popular set of pieces for caicslsal guitar students and is considered fairly important.Moving ahead you may look to the music of Heitor Villa-Lobos, who composed music for Segovia, undoubtedly the father of modern caicslsal guitar (and really the whole idea of the guitar as a viable concert instrument). He wrote many etudes and suites for the guitar, any one of which is quite important.Moving further ahead you must take note of the compositions of Leo Brouwer, easily the greatest living composer for guitar. To give you an idea of his universal importance, he is from Cuba, yet has an open passport for the US. NOBODY from Cuba can just come into the US whenever they want but he can.He wrote a fantastic concerto (Concerto No. 1 for Guitar) that is still widely performed. His music really set the pace for modern guitar composition.
2 months ago.
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