New Album – YouTube Comments – Can’t Help Falling in Love (with Partial TAB) – Classical Guitar

I have a new album out! It’s my 18th since 2011. It is a mix of originals, standards and arrangements. It is available on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and a bunch of other streaming sites. Here is a complete track list:

Twilight Turns to Night (Original)

Can’t Help Falling in Love

La Catedral (Barrios)

Crystal Seas (Original)

Tango by Francisco Tarrega

Fire Dance at Dusk (Original)

My Way

Lux Aeterna (from Requiem for a Dream

Maria (Tarrega)

Nuvole Bianche (Ludovico Einaudi)

Sunbeams and Butterflies (Original)

Recuerdos de la Alhambra (Easy Arrangement) by Tarrega

Malagueña (Easy Arrangement)

Espanoleta by Gaspar Sanz

Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Brahms)

Truman Sleeps (Glass)

Moroccan Nights (Original)

Rondo Alla Turca (Mozart)

ESPANOLETA – Gaspar Sanz – Full Tutorial with TAB – Fingerstyle Guitar

Espanoleta performed by Robert Lunn

Score/tab is available in my guitar school music page: Performance 0:00 Introduction 0:35 Teaching 1:20 Espanoleta is a beautiful melody composed by the Spanish composer (and priest!), Gaspar Sanz. This melody was used by Joaquín Rodrigo in his Fantasía para un gentilhombre written for the Spanish guitarist, Andres Segovia.

I hope you enjoy this teaching video. For more videos like this please check out my guitar school found at my website.

RONDO ALLA TURCA (Turkish March) – Excerpt – W.A. Mozart – Fingerstyle Guitar

Rondo alla Turca performed by Robert Lunn

I made this arrangement of the Rondo Alla Turca last year and finally got around to recording it. It took so long because it is difficult and I wanted to adjust the arrangement so that it was less difficult to play.

Mozart composed this piece in 1778 and is the last movement of his Piano Sonata No. 11. It was meant to imitate the sound of Turkish Janissary Bands.

I’ll be making a teaching video for this song very soon.

TANGO – Francisco Tarrega – Fingerstyle Guitar

Tango performed by Robert Lunn

The Tango by Francisco Tárrega is a beautiful piece of music by my favorite composer for the guitar. I’ve always loved this piece but I have avoided playing it because of the tuning. You drop the 6th string down to D and the 5th string down to G. It certainly makes this piece much easier to play but I guess I am lazy and don’t like tuning my guitar that way. I am glad I finally learned it because it is a lot of fun to play.