Estudio in E minor by Tarrega is a great little etude for the guitar. The right hand pattern for the first half is the same as the pattern used in Spanish Romance. The second half of the piece uses the tremolo technique. You can learn the entire piece at my guitar school on my website.
Scarborough Fair is a beautiful old English folk song that works well on the guitar. I have made several arrangements of this melody and this version can be found in my first volume of easy arrangements. You can see the whole video at my guitar school.
Etude No. 2 by Carcassi. This is a great little etude that focuses on a right hand arpeggio/tremolo pattern with fairly easy chord changes in the right hand. You can watch the complete video and download the score/tab at my website http://robertlunn.com
I’ve also recently (an hour ago) added stretching and finger independence exercises.
Break Dance Gracie is a piece I composed last year for jazz band. I am in the process of arranging it for guitar. The chord progression is Am-G-F-E that repeats over and over again.
Country Dance by Ferdinando Carulli is a great piece to learn if you have played guitar for a while but are new to fingerstyle. You can learn the rest of this piece at my guitar school.
Spanish Romance is a classic. If you have been playing guitar for a while but have never tried fingerstyle, this is a good introduction to the classical guitar. You can learn the full piece at my guitar school: https://robertlunn.com/robs-guitar-school
Amazing Grace is my favorite hymn and one of my favorite songs of all-time. This is a teaching video of me going through my easy arrangement of this song. You can watch the full video at my guitar school.
Manhã de Carnaval, by Luis Bonfa is a favorite of mine. I first heard it played by the guitarist, Baden Powell:
I run a jazz band at Lake Michigan College and this past year we played a version of it for jazz band which was a lot of fun. This is not my jazz band but is a fun performance:
In this recording I am reading from a lead sheet.
Here is the famous Bourree in E minor by J.S. Bach. You can learn this note-for-note at my website. Just check out my guitar school by clicking here.