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Francisco Tárrega - the Sarasate of guitar/ Franz Liszt of guitar
[5 min read] 1st time trying to write a comprehensive bio from all I've read! Enjoy! One of the most renowned and well known composers of classical guitar is Francisco Tárrega, a Spanish composer and classical guitarist in the romantic period. He is considered as one of the fathers of classical guitar. Tárrega was born on 21st November 1852 in Villarreal, Castellon, Spain. His father, Francisco Tárrega Tirado, was a classical guitarist. He played various styles including flamenco. He worked as a watchman at a convent. His mother, Antonia Eixea Broch. Some sources state that both his parents worked as housekeepers. During childhood, Tárrega liked to run around a lot, and later on he would run away from home many times. When his father was away working, Tárrega would take his father’s guitar and attempt to make beautiful sounds he heard. Francisco’s nickname as a child was “Quiquet”. As a child, he ran away from home (possibly running away from the nanny) and accidentally fell into an irrigation canal, injuring his eyes. This was very unfortunate as he partially lost his eyesight due to infection. Fearing that Francisco will lose his sight completely, his father moved his family to Castellón de la Plana to attend music lessons under the guidance of Manuel González and Eugeni Ruiz who were both blind. His father must have thought: If he ever lost his eyesight, he would still be able to play guitar and earn a living because he will learn from these two teachers that are blind. Tárrega not only learnt to play the guitar, he was also very accomplished in piano at an early age (read on for explanation). In 1862, concert guitarist Julian Arcas, on tour in Castellón, heard young Francisco play and was very enamoured by him. Julian advised Tárrega’s father to allow Francisco to come to Barcelona to study with him for higher musical education. Tárrega’s father agreed, but insisted that he take piano lessons as well. His father was well aware that the guitar, as a solo instrument, was in decline, coming increasingly to be viewed as an instrument to accompany singers, while the piano was all the rage throughout Europe. 10-year-old Tárrega went with Julian Arcas to study in Barcelona. However, lessons stopped shortly after beginning, as Arcas left for another concert tour abroad. Tárrega stayed at a relative’s place before running away. He tried to start a music career on his own by playing in coffee houses and restaurants in Barcelona. At only 10 years old! He also joined a group of young musicians, and played at pubs and cafeterias to earn some money instead of attending a music school. His father was furious and went to Barcelona to bring him home. In 1865, 3 years later, Tárrega ran away again! He ran away to Valencia, where he joined a group of gypsies. His father sought him and brought him back, but once again he ran back to Valencia. Though he kept running away, Tárrega was proficient at playing both guitar and piano by his teenage years. His family was in a bad financial state, thus for a time, he played with other musicians at local engagements to earn money. He eventually returned home to help his family. He performed at a number of concerts at different villages before being accepted as a pianist at Burriana’s Casino. He alternated between guitar and piano during those years. In 1874, at 22 years old, Tárrega was sponsored by Antonio Canesa, a wealthy merchant, to enrol at the Spanish Music Conservatory, Madrid. Before enrolling at the conservatory, Tárrega acquired an extraordinary loud and resonate guitar, made by the Seville luthier Antonio de Torres. The guitar’s sonic output was so brilliant that it strongly inspired Tárrega in his music. The Torres design of guitar, became a universal standard in the years to come, and established the spring-board for its subsequent acceptance by the listening public and academia alike, as an instrument competitive with the major instruments of the era. Tárrega’s student years were tough, as the guitar had lost its former glory when compared to the piano. Since Tárrega was primarily a guitar specialist, he was not allowed to play at concerts. At the conservatory, He received a thorough instruction in theory of music, harmony, the piano, and composition. Tárrega studied composition under Emilio Arrieta. When Arrieta heard Tárrega’s great quality perform in a guitar concert, Arrieta convinced Tárrega to pursue a career in the guitar rather than the piano. By the late 1870’s, Tárrega worked as a music and guitar teacher, where he taught Daniel Fortea, Emilio Pujol and Miguel Llobet, amongst other students, while also performing at concerts regularly. In 1876, Tárrega began teaching and giving regular guitar concerts. He typically received much acclaim for his playing and began traveling to other areas of Spain to perform. By this time, he was composing his first works for guitar, which he played in addition to works of other composers. In 1880, Luis de Soria, a guitarist who could not play at a concert due to illness, requested for his friend Tárrega to stand in for him at his concert in Novelda, Alicante, Spain. After the concert, an important townsman asked Tárrega to come listen to his daughter, Maria José Rizo (who was also a guitarist). Romance bloomed between the two musicians. Concert tours in 1880 to Paris and London followed, where he was hailed as the "Sarasate (Pablo de Sarasate (1844-1908) a famous Spanish violinist) of the guitar". In 1881, Tárrega performed at Lyon’s Opera Theatre followed by the Paris Odeon, in dedication to Pedro Calderón de la. He also played in London – full of successful performances, but he completely disliked the weather and the language. After his concert, some people noticed that Tárrega was in low spirits. There is a legend that after one of his performances, he was asked by admirers what made him sad and if he missed his family. This prompted him to pen Lágrima (circa 1889), one of his most memorable works, as a way to demonstrate his sadness at the time. After playing in London he came back to Novelda for his wedding. On Christmas 1882, Tárrega married María José Rizo. Tárrega was 30. To enlarge his repertory, Tárrega used his extensive knowledge of piano music, to transcribe piano works by Beethoven, Chopin, Louis Moreau Gottshcalk (an American pianist), Sigismond Thalberg (A Swiss pianist), Mendelssohn and others. Tárrega and his wife moved to Madrid, earning a living by teaching privately and playing concerts. But after the death of their infant daughter in winter, Maria Josefa, they settled permanently in Barcelona in 1885. Among his friends in Barcelona were Isaac Albéniz, Enrique Granados, Joaquín Turina and Pablo Casals. Francisco Tárrega and María José Rizo had three more children: Paquito (Francisco), Marieta and Concepción. On a concert tour in Valencia, Tárrega met a wealthy widow, Conxa Martinez, who became a valuable patron to him. She allowed him and his family the use of a house in Barcelona, where he would write the bulk of his most popular works. A visit to Granada with Martinez, spawned Francisco Tárrega's famous Recuerdos de la Alhambra solo guitar composition, which he wrote after experiencing the 14th century Moor-built palace in Andalucia: Alhambra. From the late 1880s to 1903, Tárrega continued composing, but limited his concerts to Spain. In 1900, Tárrega visited Algiers, where he heard a repetitive rhythm played on an Arabian drum. The following morning he composed Danza Mora based on that rhythm, a famous solo guitar piece. Breaking with his past technique, Tárrega cut his fingernails in 1902, the resulting effect being a more mellow tone which was associated with guitarists of the Tárrega school of guitar playing. His concert playing career continued with much success, including a tour of Italy where he played in Rome, Naples and Milan. In 1902, he also composed Gran Vals, which is used now used as a popular Nokia ringtone, albeit a small part only. In January 1906, Age 54, Tárrega was at the height of his fame. However he became afflicted with paralysis on his right side (stroke), and though he would eventually return to the concert stage, he never completely recovered. He finished his last work, Oremus, on December 2, 1909. He died in Barcelona 13 days later, at the age of 57. Francisco Tárrega was undoubtedly a conservative musician, in both style and performance, with strong similarities to the latter half of the 19th century. An absolute authority on the guitar, he is widely accepted as the one who built the foundation of classical guitar today. His moniker of “father of classical guitar” is, therefore, rightful in every way as Tárrega devoted his life to his art and to the uplifting of the guitar as a venerable musical instrument in the 20th century. There have been many piano and violin masters who had followed trends of the 19th century but Tárrega himself was one who went against the tide, despite odds stacked against him, and persevered with the guitar. Tárrega is regarded as having laid the foundations for the 20th century's wide-spread acceptance of the guitar as a concert-recital instrument. The Maestro himself preferred small intimate performances, which particularly suited the lower-volume generated by his lack of fingernails. He composed in a variety of styles and forms including Valses, mazurkas, preludes, tangos. However, with 78 original works, and 120 transcriptions he clearly appreciated the work of other composers, and used their works to further the reputations and esteem of his chosen instrument, as well as his own as a performer. Through his pupil Miguel Llobet, Tárrega passed on the traditions of the instrument to that other notable Maestro of the guitar, a pupil of Llobet, Andres Segovia. Tárrega's list of works include Sherzo's, preludes, estudios, danzas, fantasias, minuets, mazurkas, tangos and more.
[FIGHT PREVIEWS] Adrien Broner vs Marcos Maidana, Josesito Lopez vs Mike Aranoutis, Martin Murray vs Sergey Khomitsky, Michael Farenas vs Jesus Rios, Serhiy Fedchenko vs Ignacio Mendoz + more
Wednesday December 11
From The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington, Victoria, Australia
Sam Soliman 42(17)-11 vs Les Sherrington 33(19)-6
12 rounds Middleweight division This fight may have arleady taken place… but pretend it hasn’t. I mean, you probably haven’t seen the results so it’s pretty much the same thing. Anyway, Sam Soliman has the distinction of being one of the few to go into Germany and actually beat Felix Sturm by controversial decision. That decision was ultimately reversed and declared a no contest because 70 year old Soliman tested positive for an illegal stimulant. Soliman has since left Germany and returned to fight in the motherland. I’m curious to see if Soliman wins and calls out Golovkin after the match.
Friday December 13
From Solaire Resort Hotel and Casino, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Michael Farenas 36(28)-4-4 vs Jesus Rios 26(20)-4-1
12 rounds Super featherweight division Hey, look what we have here, another former Gamboa opponent. This time it’s 29 year old Michael Farenas who managed to put on a pretty thrilling fight with Gamboa where he dropped a lazy Gamboa late in the fight. This is a Pacman (as in Manny Pacquiao) Promotions card so he’s got that going for him.
Ernesto Saulong 13(5)-0 vs Jimmy Aducal 6(5)-3-2
10 rounds Bantamweight division Nothing to see here. Just a bantamweight prospect being brought along slowly that I have my eye on.
From Ice Sheffield, Coleridge Road, Sheffield, Yorkshire, UK
Curtis Woodhouse 20(13)-6 vs Arek Malek 13(4)-62-4
10 rounds Light welterweight division Malek may have a record that may or may not be eerily accurate to what I expect the Brooklyn Nets record may be toward the end of the season, but come on! At least Malek doesn’t kick over the spit bucket to give his corner extra time to cover up their incompetence.
David Fidler 7(3)-0-2 vs Chris Jenkinson 6(3)-10-1
Joe Rodges 5(1)-0 vs Pavels Senkovs 4(3)-65-5
Senkovs called up Malek and said, “I want my gimmick back!” What does Rodgers’ manager tell him if he loses? Do you think Pavels’ trainer reminds him that his KO percentage is almost as good as GGG’s?
From Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California
Josesito Lopez 30(18)-6 vs Mike Aranoutis 24(11)-9-2
10 rounds Welterweight division Josesito Lopez is always must watch TV. This is a guy who can box pretty well, but just can’t shake the temptation to brawl and when he does, it’s usually high drama, as Lampley would say. If Lopez looks exceptional, he lines himself up to face a slew of opponents whose names include Lucas Matthysse and possibly a rematch with Victor Ortiz. Aranoutis is of Greek descent who currently fights out of Queens, NY and has fought and lost to Danny Garcia (KO), Demetrius Hopkins (UD), Delvin Rodriguez (UD), Victor Ortiz (TKO), Kendall Holt (UD), and Ricardo Torres (SD). He hasn’t won a fight in over a year and it will be a good fight for Lopez to get himself back in the win column.
Francisco Vargas 17(13)-0-1 vs Jerry Belmontes 18(5)-2
10 rounds Super bantamweight division 28 year old Vargas has recently begun to pick up the level of competition by coming to America to fight. Belmontes is another step-up... although he’s lost 2 of his last 3. I don't know if this is good or bad, but Vargas could be fed to Leo Santa Cruz if he wins impressively.
Hugo Centeno Jr 19(10)-0 vs Angel Osuna 11(7)-4-1
10 rounds Middleweight division Centeno is a friend of /boxing. Check out the sidebar for the AMA he did a while back. Centeno Jr is coming off a NC with Julian Williams as part of a Golden Boy Live card put on during the Mayweather-Canelo fight week. The fight was stopped due to an accidental butt, which may have been a blessing in disguise. Centeno had previously beaten Julian Williams and was on his way to losing the rematch as he had lost the first 3 rounds on the judges scorecards. Centeno is an exciting fighter to watch, he fights in a crowd-pleasing style, and I’m hoping for the best for his career.
Errol Spence 9(7)-0 vs Noe Bolanos 25(16)-9-1
8 rounds Welterweight division Watch out for Spence. The dude packs serious power and carries an impressive amateur pedigree. Bolanos is another step up in competition for Spence who may someday be fighting for world titles. This card is stacked!
Gary Russell Jr 23(13)-0 vs TBA
10 rounds Super featherweight division OH YEAH! Get yourselves ready! The return of the fastest hands in the west, none other than TBA! TBA is back in action to face one of the premier super featherweight prospects in the world. Russell Jr is an exciting young fighter and the real test will be whether or not TBA actually shows up to fight. There are times when he can’t be bothered to get mentally and physically in the fight, but when he does rise to the occasion, it’s usually fireworks.
Jermall Charlo 16(12)-0 vs Joseph De los Santos 17(9)-11-3
8 rounds Light middleweight division The Charlo twins are 2 of boxing’s brightest prospects. They are big light middleweights that are a couple of fights away from fighting for world titles. Jermall is the more aggressive, heavier handed of the 2. Both are solid defensively and this should be an easy fight for Charlo.
Saturday December 14
From Jahnsportforum, Neubrandenburg, Necklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Juergen Braehmer 41(31)-2 vs Marcus Oliveira 25(20)-0-1
12 rounds Vacant WBA word light heavyweight title
Kubrat Pulev 18(9)-0 vs Joey Abell 29(28)-6
12 rounds IBF international heavyweight title Pulev, by many, is considered to be the one to challenger and defeat Wladimir Klitschko. Pulev is a sneak fighter who does a lot of things well. He’s good defensively, mixes up offense very well, and is coming off the best victory of his young career after defeated Tony Thompson. This is an interesting match to see how Pulev handles Abell’s power. It’s been 6 years since Abell has won a fight by decision. Everyone else has crumpled under his power. If Pulev is for real, Abell should not last more than a few rounds. Arreola was able to KO him in 1 round in early 2011.
Jack Culcay 15(10)-1 vs Dieudonne Belinga 11-3
12 rounds Light heavyweight division
From Palau Olimpic Vall d’Hebron, Barcelona, Cataluna, Spain
Hassan D’Dam N’Jikam 27(17)-1 vs Anthony Fitzgerald 14(4)-5
10 rounds Middleweight division
From Ice Palace “Terminal”, Brovari, Ukraine
Serhiy Fedchenko 33(14)-2 vs Ignacio Mendoz 38(23)-8-2
12 rounds WBO European light welterweight title Fedchenko is famously known as the guy who Marquez fought before his fourth fight with Pacquiao. Fedchenko was able to take Marquez 12 rounds and ultimately lost a wide decision. Fedchenko has no real impressive wins on his record, but he’s fighting a beatable opponent so he’s got that going for him.
Max Bursak 17(8)-0-1 vs Oleksiy Mazikin 14(4)-9-2
8 roundsMiddleweight division
Vladimir Tereshkin 17(8)-0-1 vs Oleksiy Mazikin 14(4)-9-2
8 roundsHeavyweight division
Oleksandr Usyk 1(1)-0 vs Epifanio Mendoza 34(30)-15-1
6 rounds Cruiserweight division Usyk is another prospect in the same vein as Anthony Joshua. He had a decorated amateur career and won Olympic Gold in Beijing in the heavyweight division. Usyk is definitely someone you should add to your prospect list if you want to be able to say “I told you so” one of these days.
From ExCel Arena, Dockland, London, UK
Kevin Mitchell 35(25)-2 vs Brunet Zamora 25(11)-1-2
12 rounds IBF inter-continental lightweight title
Leonard Bundo 29(10)-0-2 vs Lee Purdy 20(13)-4-1
12 rounds EBU welterweight title
Martin Murray 25(11)-1-1 vs Sergey Khomitsky 28(11)-9-2
10 rounds Middleweight division Murray has recently come out and said he's willing to face Golovkin. Well, should he win this fight, it would put him at the front of the line in the Golovkin sweepstakes. The line isn’t long anyway. Murray is coming off a controversial loss against the reigning middleweight king, Sergio Martinez in Argentina. Many believe the decision to be a hometown gift, but to me, Murray didn’t do enough to differentiate himself from the champion. Still, Murray showed a lot of good things. He’s a great defensive fighter who knows when to counter out of his guard, and carries a decent bit of pop. I can’t see Khomitsky giving him too much trouble.
Khalid Yafai 9(6)-0 vs Ashley Lane 4(1)-3-2
6 rounds Super flyweight division
Anthony Ogogo 3(2)-0 vs TBA
Middleweight division Ogogo is one of my favorite prospects. I think Luke Campbell will probably be the most successful of the British Olympians, but Ogogo will be in the better fights.
From Resorts International Hotel & Casino, Superstar Theatre, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Amir Mansour 19(14)-0 vs Kelvin Price 14(6)-1
10 roundsHeavyweight division Mansour is not exactly a prospect. He’s 41 years old and prison time has stunted a large part of his would-be career. Still, this is going to be on NBC Sports Network and should be a good fight.
David Rodriguez 36(34)-0 vs Darnell Wilson 24(20)-17-3
6 rounds Heavyweight division This is an interesting match… for a 36 and 0 fighter…
Manuel Quezada 29(18)-7 vs Steve Cunningham 25(12)-6
8 rounds Heavyweight division
From Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
Adrien Broner 27(22)-0 vs Marcos Maidana 34(31)-3
12 rounds WBA world welterweight title This is the /boxing fight of the week. Look here for an in-depth preview. If you want my opinion, it’s this: Broner has made himself to be the ultimate heel in boxing today, and he hasn’t done that by simply running his mouth. He’s been arrogant, and backed it up in the ring. Saturday, it will be seen if one of hardest punchers in the game can humble Broner, or will Broner have been right all along.
Keith Thurman 21(19)-0 vs Jesus Soto Karass 28(18)-8-3
12 rounds Interim WBA world welterweight title The WBA is a weird organization. This is for the interim ‘B’ level belt of their main belt which is called the Super World welterweight title. This is just the WBA world title. Anyway, what this means is that should Broner win the title and then vacate to go back down to 135, the winner will fill in as the title… Or the winners will fight to determine the real champion… before they face the real-er champion. Anyway, Keith “One Time in San Diego” Thurman is yet another guy on the cusp of breaking into boxing’s upper echelon. Standing on the other side is Jesus Soto Karass. Don’t let Karass’s 8 losses fool you. He’s claimed to have not taken boxing seriously when he was amassing loss after loss. Since losing to Marcos Maidana in a brutal 8 round war full of fouls, he’s won 2 straight. He’s a tricky fighter who does a lot of things well. He’s faced nearly every time of style there is and has never been completely blown out in any fight. If Thurman is not the real deal, or his power has been exaggerated to this point, Karass will bring it to light. If Thurman is the real deal, like many are projecting, Karass may have a tough time. Thurman has exceptional timing, patience, and power. This has all the makings of a trap fight for young Thurman.
Leo Santa Cruz 26(15)-0-1 vs Cesar Seda 25(17)-1
12 rounds WBC super bantamweight title Leo Santa Cruz is an all-action, torrential downpour of leather. Cesar Seda is a 27 year old Puerto Rican southpaw who hasn’t fought in a 12 round fight since 2011. That fight was for the WBO super flyweight title against long reigning Argentine champ Omar Narvaez. If Santa Cruz loses, this would be a massive upset.
Beibut Shumenov 13(8)-1 vs Tamas Kovacs 23(14)-0
12 rounds WBA super world light heavyweight title This is a real title fight. It’s the “super world” light heavyweight title as opposed to the “world light heavyweight title.” The WBA is weird. Anyway, here’s my theory on this fight. The winner is fighting Hopkins. Shumenov is from Kazakhstan and just turned 30. His only loss of his career was to Gabriel Campillo in 2009 and it was a MD as well. Tough luck considering it was in Kazakhstan too. He avenged the loss in a rematch and has fought sporadically since then. Shumenov, now with Golden Boy, is looking to build a name for himself in the light heavyweight division. Kovacs has never faced stiff competition and this shouldn’t be a tough fight for Shumenov.
Jermain Taylor 31(19)-4-1 vs Juan Carlos Candelo 32(21)-12-4
In the year 2010, "Tom Rainbow Six: Vegas" operatives Logan Keller, Gabriel Nowak and Kan Akahashi are on a mission in a Mexican border town, assisted by intelligence officer Joanna Torres (Athena Karkanis) and pilot Brody Lukin (Andrew Pifko). Their objective is to arrest Irena Morales (Amanda Martinez), a terrorist ringleader. As the team reaches its landing zone in a helicopter, Logan fast-ropes down first but is separated from his group. Logan fights his way through the terrorist-infested streets and meets up with Gabriel and Kan at an old Spanish church. After infiltrating a train yard and freeing a group of hostages, Rainbow eventually makes their way to a mine where Irena is hiding. However, after a surprise attack, Irena escapes and Gabriel and Kan are captured by terrorists. Alone and armed only with his sidearm, Logan fights his way through an abandoned factory, eventually escaping by helicopter. He is then instructed to handle a related crisis in Las Vegas. He is dropped outside the Calypso Casino and links up with his new team: Michael Walters (Isaac C. Singleton Jr.), a British demolitions expert, and Jung Park (Paul Sun Hyung Lee), a Korean electronics expert. The team clears out the casino and saves a group of hostages. They also rescue a NATO weapons researcher, who reveals that a second researcher has been captured. Rainbow is then taken to the Red Lotus casino in order to rescue a kidnapped reporter. The reporter informs them that the terrorists are using a news van as a communications hub. Logan's team destroys the hub, then flies out to rescue the kidnapped weapons researcher. Tom Six Siege Clancy Rainbow is dropped on the Vertigo Spire, a luxury hotel along the likes of the Stratosphere. The team finds and rescues the missing researcher, who informs the team about a micro-pulse bomb that was placed in the Vertigo. Michael disarms the bomb, and Rainbow is then extracted to locate Gabriel and Kan. The team is dispatched to Dante’s Casino, where they find and free Gabriel. They also find Kan, but he is fatally shot in an ambush. Before he dies, Kan reveals that the attack in Las Vegas is a distraction, and Irena's terrorists are planning a far bigger attack. The team proceeds to a theater to hack a terrorist server. Irena's target is revealed to be the Nevada Dam (very similar to the Hoover Dam). Let's go to the game Tom Six Siege Clancy Rainbow...
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