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The Golden Age

The first 'Golden Age' of the classical guitar repertoire was the 19th century. Some notable guitar composers from this period are:

  • Dionisio Aguado 1784-1849
  • Julián Arcas 1832-1882
  • Luigi Boccherini 1743-1805
  • Jose Broca 1805-1882
  • Matteo Carcassi 1792-1853
  • Ferdinando Carulli 1770-1841
  • Napoléon Coste 1806-1883
  • Anton Diabelli 1781-1858
  • Fernando Ferandiere 1771-1816
  • Francois de Fossa 1775-1849
  • Mauro Giuliani 1781-1829
  • Luigi Legnani 1790-1877
  • Antoine de Lhoyer 1768-1852
  • Antonio Gimeniz Manjon 1866-1919
  • Wenzel Thomas Matiegka 1773-1830
  • Johann Kaspar Mertz 1806-1856
  • Francesco Molino 1768-1847
  • Pietro (Pierre) Porro 1750 - 1831
  • Giulio Regondi 1822-1872
  • Fernando Sor 1778-1839
  • Francisco Tárrega 1852-1909
  • Marco Aurelio Zani de Ferranti 1800-1878

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