Canal March

The guitar in the Silver Age

David Antigüedad, Samuel Diz and Pedro Mateo González

Works by J. J. Mantecón, O. Esplá, J. Bal y Gay and Antonio José

In the first third of the twentieth century, the guitar went through a renaissance as a concert instrument. Sonata form, with its prestigious tradition, served to dignify the instrument’s repertoire in the years prior to the Spanish Civil War, although other composers preferred the use of small forms.

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