Solo Guitar: Blue Moon: full version

Blue Moon, arranged for classical guitar by Peter Inglis.

My approach combines elements of classical composition and technique, to paint a sound picture of two lovers enjoying a night on the town, complete with the clinking of glasses.

This track is featured on "Late Night Lovers", a jazz suite for solo guitar by Peter Inglis.

Solo Guitar: Spanish Romance

This tune was made famous in the 1950's film "Jeux Interdits" (Forbidden Pleasures) where it was performed on the soundtrack by the Spanish Guitarist Narciso Yepes.

The piece is very popular. Good music doesn't go out of date! Although the melody is simple, to make it sing above the barre chords requires some technique.

Solo Guitar: Albeniz: Rumores de la Caleta

This is an excerpt from a performance at the Art Gallery of N.S.W. I also recorded a full version (available to hear on this site).

Another impressionistic piece by the pianist Isaac Albeniz, this one depicts a stomping flamenco dance in 3/4, complete with the characteristic flamenco vocalisations in the middle section.

Solo Guitar: Recuerdos de la Alhambra at the Art Gallery of N.S.W.

At the beginning of the 20th century, or rather, the end of the 19th century, Francisco Tarrega wrote one of the most famous guitar pieces of all time. This melancholy waltz has a humming melody which uses the guitar to great effect. This version is from a live performance at the Art Gallery of N.S.W.