Ponce's guitar music is a core part of the instrument's repertory, the best-known works being Variations and Fugue on 'La Folia' (1929) and Sonatina meridional (1939)
He also wrote a guitar concerto Concierto del sur, which is dedicated to his long-time friend and guitar virtuoso Andrés Segovia.
His last known work dedicated to Father Antonio Brambila,
Variations on a Theme of Cabezón, was written in 1948, a few months before his death.
It is unclear whether the variations are indeed based upon a theme by Antonio de Cabezón
or if the theme was the work of Ponce's teacher, the organist Enrico Bossi.
The following is only a select number of his most significant contributions.
It was Ponce who anonymously created the striking arrangement for guitar of J. S. Bach's Prelude from the first cello suite as performed and recorded by Segovia.
Ponce also composed a "Sonata for Guitar and Harpsichord." Segovia ascribed the Sonata's prelude to lutenist/Bach contemporary S. L. Weiss. Segovia recorded this piece both as a solo and as a duet, performed with harpsichordist Rafael Puyana.
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