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Francisco Tárrega (1852 -1909), is considered to be the founder of the modern Spanish guitar school. He wrote numerous composition for his instrument, and made arrangements of many works of the Romantic period - by Chopin and Schumann, for instance - as well as works by J.S. Bach and the great classical composers. His studies and preludes also occupy a place of particular importance in the technical study of the guitar.