Kuffner - Sonatina, Part 1

by Dejan Farkas

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  • Hi GMC! :)

    This is Sonatina by Joseph Kuffner (1776 - 1856), Austrian classical guitarist and composer. Sonatina is basically a small sonata without strict definition, shorter, lighter and technically less demanding than a typical sonata. This sonatina has 4 parts (movements) with a development of theme in each one.

    This is the first part of the Sonatine, which is played Andantino, and has elements of arpeggios, chords and melody. It uses both TIRANDO and APOYANDO techniques.

    Key signature: C Major
    Time signature: 3/4
    Tempo: 100 bpm

    Enjoy! :)

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