Sheet Music for Classical Guitar
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I started typesetting 19th century guitar music to make it available
electronically. All this work is done in my spare time. As I am not used
to write in English other things than papers on computer science I must ask
you to be patient with me and this presentation.
The pieces of sheet music distributed this way do have version numbers.
This helps you to keep track of enhancements and corrections which have
been made to the different pieces. This means I ask you for help: please
inform me of any error you can find.
The pieces are in postscript format and print on a4 paper.
The music is typeset in a way that no awkward page turnings appear (if possible). I advice you to print them two-sided.
Front page and introduction are peliminary and still very ad hoc. Be
Giacomo Monzino (1772-1854):
Serenade for Guitar and Violin (version 0.1)
- Antonio Nava (1775-1826):
Tre Divertimenti op. 33 for Flute (Violin) and Guitar (beta version)
This is the first release which has been typeset with Tinte
You might also like to have a look at a facsimili of the
first guitar page:
(postscript) [1799629 bytes])
(gzipped postscript) [254256 bytes]
and a facsimili of the first flute (violin) page:
(postscript) [1890930 bytes])
(gzipped postscript) [212008 bytes]
- Pierre Porro (1750-1831):
Sonata pour une seule guitare (op. 4) (beta version)
(postscript) [640781 bytes])
(gzipped postscript) [116066 bytes]
This piece has primarilly been typeset as example during
the development of Tinte.
- Franz Schubert (1797-1828):
An den Mond (beta version)
(postscript) [550359 bytes])
(gzipped postscript) [80272 bytes]
This arrangement for guitar has primarilly been made for my own private use.
It is the first example of multi-staff plyphonic music typeset with tinte.
How you can support this project:
- You found some error? Please inform me.
- You have some sources on a composer? Forward it to me and we can create
- You speak fluently 200 languages? Feel free to translate anything that
is no music. Right now I try to keep this project English/German
- You have some original 19th century print you would like to share with
others? Contact me: maybe we can arrange some way to typeset it or make a
- You have some weird idea? Do not hesitate, I am open minded.
- You have a lot of money and do not know what to do with it? Well, it
could keep me in the mood to procceed with this project.
30. Juli 1997
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