Suite No. 1 for solo guitar by Thomas Tudek. Three movements: Prelude, Ballad and Dance. Engaging, accessible, modern multi-meter work c. 11 minutes. Intermediate to advanced. ($12.00)

Sonata by Vasiliy Antipov

A lovely picturesque three movement Neo-Romantic Sonata for the advanced student or professional, 19 pages. ($18.00)

Etude by Vasiliy Antipov
A beautiful Neo-Romantic Etude for the advanced student or professional. ($7.00) Please check out this Youtube recording:

Poem by Vasiliy Antipov for Solo Guitar. ($7.00)
A poetic modern post Romantic work. Please listen to this Youtube recording of this fine Russian composer and performer.

Fantasia sobre motivos de La Traviata (G. Verdi) arranged by Julian Arcas and Francisco Tarrega. Transcribed and edited by Christopher Alexander. ($12.00)

This new version of the controversial “Fantasia sobre Motivos de la Traviata” includes a new section composed by Francisco Tárrega. For several years scholars have debated as to whether the work was written by Francisco Tárrega or Julian Arcas. After careful review of the manuscripts, it would appear that the work was written by Arcas and expanded by Tárrega with the new section included in this score.

Suite in E minor by Johann Pachelbel, arranged for Guitar Solo by Joseph Mayes ($8.00)

Soju In Seoul by Jonathan Marshall ($10.00)

Soju is a popular liquor in South Korea, and it safe to say that it’s the countries’ national beverage. I had about an hour lunch everyday during my workweek, and I used this time to write Soju in Seoul at the public school where I taught in Korea. 










Mutations on Dies Irae by Glenn Caluda ($12.00)

Mutations on Dies Irae is based on the well-known Gregorian chant sequence from the Requiem Mass that has been used as a basis for compositions by many composers, including Franz Liszt and Hector Berlioz. This piece uses the theme in many forms, sometimes complete, sometimes in fragments, and sometimes in tonal inversion, as in the Chorale section. It culminates in the chaos of the Furioso before returning to the resignation of the opening Adagio.



The Complete Lute Works of Ernst Gottlieb Baron (1696-1760) – ($30.00) 

Transcribed and Arranged by Manley Mallard

This collection contains fourteen suites and six separate stand-alone movements not included in any suites. The transcriber and editors of this collection have endeavored to make this substantial music available to guitarists for study and performance and to expand the collection of Baroque music for guitar. (154 p.)









Sketches of Children by Kevin Vigil, for Guitar Solo and/or Guitar and Narrator. ($25.00)

Sketches of Children was inspired by the writings of my former student Monika Gallegos. These short pieces seemed to write themselves as I read the stories. Nine of these musical sketches can stand alone as solo music. The other two, Bau-zie-gaul and Mark require narration. The order of these pieces is at the performer’s discretion; however, this publication presents my preferred order when performed as a complete set. The remaining nine stories, which may be narrated, are included in a separate part. For reference, Sketches of Children was recorded on my CD Stories for Guitar (available online) and several are available as YouTube videos published by









Five Impressions for Solo Guitar by Jonathan Marshall ($10.00)

Easy to Intermediate solos for students.

Gymnopedie No. 1 by Erik Satie arranged by Candice Mowbray ($5.00)



Halloween Trilogy by Keith Calmes ($8.00)

Includes: “Transylvania and Beyond”, “Pit and the Pendulum” and “Parade of Skeletons”.

To “Transylvania and Beyond” sounds happy and innocent, but also hints at a darkness and East European exoticism. The “Pit and the Pendulum” was written after watching the 1961 movie of the same name, which was based on Poe’s book. “Parade of Skeletons” was inspired by reading a children’s book about the Day of the Dead. It depicts a band of skeletons approaching and then retreating from the listener.

Parade of Skeletons by Keith Calmes ($3.00)


Three Songs Without Words by Ruben Delgado ($12.00)

These three melodic songs for solo guitar are written in a popular, tonal style. They are appropriate for concerts/recitals, encores or casual gigs.


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Four Solos for Guitar arranged and edited by Joseph Mayes – ($10.00)

Transcribed, and arranged by Joseph Mayes
A collection of four solos: Carnival Di Venice arranged by William Foden; Arioso by J. S. Bach; Sonata by Antonio Soler; O’Carolan’s Farewell to Music by Torlough O’Carolan.
Hymns and Praises
Hymns and Praises arranged and edited by John Arnold – ($15.00)

A collection of seven beautifully arranged solos with variations: Amazing Gracetraditional “New Britain”; Be Thou My Vision, Traditional; Change My Heart Oh God, Eddie Espinoza; Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee, Ludwig v. Beethoven; Tis so Sweet to Trust in Jesus, William J. Kirkpatrick; As The Deer, Martin J. Nystrom; Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus, Helen Howarth Lemmel. For Church Services or Concerts, intermediate to advanced.
Four Christmas Carols for Guitar by Glenn Caluda ($12.00) 

As heard on the CD Christmas Music for Guitar by guitarist Adam Kossler. These Carols are elegantly and inventively reharmonized with new and interesting variations. Included are In Dulci Juubilo / Good Christian Men Rejoice; March of The Kings; Wexford Carol and We Wish You A Merry Christmas. Challenging but accessible, intermediate to advanced difficulty.
Suite Homage for Guitar solo by Glenn Caluda ($14.00)

The Suite Homage in six movements is a heartfelt tribute to the wonders and beauties of the natural world. The six movements include: Prelude; Invocation; Chaconne; Song For The Rainforest; Meditation and CelebrationModerate difficulty.
Christmas Music for Solo Guitar arranged by Adam Kossler. Includes: Dance Arabe, Carol of The Bells, Coventry Carol and Patapan ($15.00) 

Dances of The Dolls by Dmitri Shostakovich arranged by John Kossler. Seven movements:
Lyric Waltz, Gavotte, Romance, Polka, Waltz – scherzo, Hurdy-gurdy, and Dance. ($15.00)

Four Introspections by Glenn Caluda ($8.00)

Four Introspections were composed to be short exercises for the mind and ear. They are intended as an introduction to early twentieth century compositional techniques for those unfamiliar with them.  Yet, they are quite easy on the listener. They offer new eye pictures, finger formations, and sounds. without the substantial technical difficulties often encountered in modern music. These pieces may be played singly or as a group in any order desired by the performer.

Three Character Pieces by Glenn Caluda ($8.00)

 The three pieces in this collection portray the varying and interesting personalities of three individuals.

Four Sonatas, K. 3, K. 15. K. 63, K. 70 by Domenico Scarlatti and arranged by Adam Kossler.