For one, there is the Italian school initiated by the Italian Mauro Giuliani, who settled in Vienna around 1800. He was the first one to show the inhabitants of the German-speaking countries what a guitar is capable of. And secondly, it is the Spanish school which has the strongest influence to this day, because there is a direct line from F. Sor (pictured)to F. Tarrega and up to A. Segovia, who turned over a new leaf in the history of the guitar in today’s time.
Pictured is Jose Ferrer Esteve
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