Fernando Sor: The Complete Studies, Lessons, and Exercises for guitar

edited by Brian Jeffery

Sor Studies - from Tecla Editions

Sor's Complete Studies, Lessons and Exercises contains all Sor’s famous studies, lessons, and exercises for guitar complete in one book (opus numbers 6, 29, 31, 35, 44, and 60, complete), at a low price specially for students. Every piece is now newly edited by Brian Jeffery directly from the original editions.  With Sor's own detailed comments on several of the pieces, and with only Sor's fingering, no modern fingering. 140 pages. It includes all the well-known twenty studies which Andrés Segovia edited (see table of concordance with Segovia's "Twenty studies"), and all the studies, lessons, and exercises by Sor which are now prescribed by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music in their current guitar syllabus.  MORE ABOUT THIS BOOK.

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"It is to Jeffery’s eternal credit that he has produced a publication which maintains the highest editorial standards and breaks some new ground ... it is without hesitation that I recommend this latest offering from a first-rate specialist publisher" (Classical Guitar).  "This is a very fine book" (Soundboard). 

Jamie Akers has just placed on Youtube a series of videos in which he performs studies by Sor, Giuliani, and Carcassi.