1. The vihuela and baroque guitar repertoire
- Vihuela books. Features of the repertoire. Style procedures. Ornamentation.
- The four-course guitar. Features of the repertoire.
- The lute. National Schools. Style procedures. Ornamentation.
2. The music of J.S. Bach on plucked instruments
- Instrumental music by J. S. Bach. Style procedures. Ornamentation.
- Suites for violin(BWV 1001-1006).
- Cello Suites (BWV 1007-1012).
- Other instrumental works (BWV 995-999).
3. The guitar repertoire in the nineteenth century
- Precedents of the nineteenth century Spanish guitar school. The works by Fernando Sor and Dionisio Aguado. Style procedures
- The Spanish school in the second half of the nineteenth century. Francisco Tárrega. Style procedures
- Other European schools.
4. The Spanish guitar repertoire in the twentieth century
- The “Homenaje a Debussy” by M. Falla and the significance of Miguel Llobet. The guitar repertoire between 1900 and 1925.
- The guitar and the Spanish “Generation of 27”
- The significance of Andrés Segovia and his influence on composers.
- Essential works of the twentieth century.
5. The non spanish guitar repertoire in the twentieth century
- Essential works of the twentieth century
6. Guitar music from South America.
- The influence of the Spanish masters in the development of the guitar during the first part of the twentieth century in South America.
- The guitar technique in the School of Rio de la Plata.
- Influence of popular music.
- Essential works of the twentieth century in South America.
7. Concertos for guitar and orchestra
- Concertos for lute and orchestra from the eighteenth century.
- Concertos for guitar and orchestra from the nineteenth century.
- Concertos for guitar and orchestra from the twentieth century.
- Works for solo guitar by Joaquin Rodrigo.
8. The art of transcribing for guitar.
- Technical approach for transcribing.
- The harpsichord repertoire in the seventeenth and eighteenth century.
- The piano repertoire in the nineteenth century.
- Spanish nationalism around 1900. Works by Isaac Albéniz and Enrique Granados.