Well, how do I brake this to you...
That's the idea of accompanying a song?
And here's what I wrote as an explanation in connection with a Weber song:
"As you can hear, nearly all the songs from the 19th century are technically, well, not very challenging. You need to have a good sound, take care to play colla parte, but that's it. Now, neither Weber nor Giuliani couldn't do otherwise, as we all know. But when it came to songs the guitar was understood as pure accompaniment. Only occasionally in Weber you find passages where it had the role of a commentator or became a bit more of a virtuoso instrument (op 29!). And Giuliani, strangely enough, never undertook a more sophisticated guitar part. That didn't mean, that this was music solely for use of the amateur! The voice part (Di tanti Palpiti, Sei Ariette) in general is always way above standard or even of a virtuoso nature."
Clemens … el niño que soñó la musica