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I'm not sure if this question is gonna be off-topic, if so, excuse me and feel free to delete. I played classical guitar for a few years, then switched to the electric guitar, but now I feel like picking up the classical guitar again. Only problem is, I can't really find any songs which I could practise, and where sheet music is available.

I'd describe my level as intermediate, but as I haven't played classical guitar a long time, I'm mainly searching for songs which focus on the right hand and arpeggios rather than on the left hand. Thanks for any suggestions.

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Where have you looked? There are lots and lots of books covering this. –  Matthew Read Oct 8 '13 at 14:39
    
This question appears to be off-topic because it is basically a "shoppling list" type of question, albeit about musical scores. –  Dave Oct 23 '13 at 16:15

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Well, a classic one (pardon the pun) would be Romance by anonymous. Nothing but right-hand arps/rolls.

Although the left hand is fairly easy, the right hand tremolo in Recuerdos De La Alhambra is another great one for the right hand (if right-handed player). If you've never done or have that technique, the song may border on advanced.

Also, there is a great book that I enjoy playing out of called The Complete Idiots Guide to Classical Guitar which has 30 songs at all levels complete w/2 cds of recordings.

see: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/books-sheet-music-media/alfred-the-complete-idiots-guide-to-classical-guitar-favorites-book-2-cds?source=3WWRWXGP&gclid=CKeC1bfFiroCFU2Y4Aodi2sAmA&kwid=productads-plaid%255E57300519427-sku%255EH72029000000000@ADL4MF-adType%255EPLA-device%255Ec-adid%255E30429094347

or amazon etc. Local music shops, barnes and nobles or maybe even your local library might carry it.

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