Ferandiere, Fernando

Fernando Ferandiere lived in Spain at the end of the eighteenth and beginning of the nineteenth centuries. He studied in Zamora, and published much music, a book about the violin, and the Arte de tocar la guitarra española which is available in Tecla. Six concertos for guitar with full orchestra are listed in a catalogue of his music, which may mean that he was the first to compose such concertos (but no copies of them have as yet been found, as far as I am aware).


Ferandiere: Arte de tocar la guitarra española (1799). Complete facsimile published by Tecla. Now available again in a new 2013 edition.

Ferandiere: Seis Dúos for two guitars. Lively duets for two guitars. The first (and so far I think the only) modern edition.

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