Manuel Ponce's 24 Preludes for Classical Guitar - Free Videos, Sheet Music and Tab
In the 1920s Manuel Ponce composed a set of 24 Preludes for the Classical Guitar. These preludes are unique in the repertoire they cover all 24 major and minor keys. Besides that, they are great to listen to! Here are two of my favorites: #5 and #14.
Ponce Prelude #5
Ponce Prelude #14
There are many other recordings available on YouTube - some better than others. The recording that I recommend is by the acclaimed guitarist Stephen Marchionda. One this one CD you can listen to a professional recording of all 24 of Ponce's Preludes, as well as many of his other works!
Ponce's 24 Preludes Played By Stephen Marchionda
Sheet Music for Ponce's 24 Preludes
Tablature for Ponce's 24 Preludes
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