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Kitharologus: The Path to Virtuosity — Difficult but very, very good. Not for the faint-hearted. Starts from the beginning but gets outrageously difficult. The real deal. Halfway between a method on how to play technique as well as many exercises. For those who want tons of information. This is a lute book not guitar for advanced players.
For advanced students interested in contemporary music. Guitar Music of Spain Vol. These are great but are firmly in the intermediate and late intermediate level. I love the arrangement of Norwegian Wood in this book. These are significantly easier than the above book but are still very full sounding.
Good for teachers and students. The "wailing of the shepherdess" melody is simply haunting. The final section has a wonderful Baroque-style sequence. Sonata op 5 Ouverture, Op. It is a very classical-period overture; fast, lively, and cooks when played at full tempo. Grande Sonate, op. This is an early work in a pure Classical style. The first movement is a lively overture.
The Adagio middle movement is one of the most beautiful passages I have encountered. The Rondo is straight-forward writing and meant to be played very fast. Solo, op. Cendrillon, op. A three-part work based on the "Cinderella" story; the section of the story is mentioned as the music occurs, as the music is evocative of the story line. Carulli's opus 44 was published in Paris, a potpourri. It may refer to Nicholas Isouard's opera Cendrillon staged in Paris or a different opera or ballet, or perhaps it was a new work.
It seems to be orchestral writing, reduced to guitar, and it seems to be ballet-based, as various dance rhythms are employed. The music is dramatic and varied - in places it sounds Renaissance or Baroque, in other areas operatic.
The melodies are infectious, as I find my self whistling the tunes from this work. It is not difficult. OK, everyone knows this melody, which was originally a French tune from , which Mozart, Beethoven, and others used as a variation subject. Carulli's piece is imaginative in its use of the guitar and worth the effort, as it is a challenge. National Airs of Peoples of Europe op 73 - Lots of fun! Folias of Spain, Variations, op. There are several "guitar licks" such as pull-off's - as we must remember, first there was Carulli, and THEN there was Van Halen much later La Girafe..
This is an interesting work which evokes the awkward gaping walk of the Giraffe at the Paris zoo, the exposition, and so forth. Of the 6 "Andante" pieces, several of them are appealing: my fave's are 1 and especially 2.
Carulli uses many difficult notation figures and some of the pieces seem like written-out improvisations, but 2 is a very nice piece which brings out the midrange on the Lacote. Louis-Marie Duvillard France recommends these works as well: Solo op. Some volumes are becoming scarce, indicating perhaps this is fast going out of print. Motivically-based high quality compositions for solo, duo, and quart guitar. Joe is working to publish these fine works see JosephCostello Site. REX contains a few short pieces in an anthology as well as a large number of excellent duets for 2 guitars in an Eggers editor volume music from A.
The Boije collection also has some of the duets missing from REX and a few solo works, mostly short. Darr was born at Schweinfurt, Germany, and died at Augsburg, in At the age of eighteen he began his musical activities in performance and travelled throughout Europe performing before royal courts. At the end of his tour in Russia, he remained in St. Petersburg to teach and perform and after three years returned to a position in Wurzburg. At this time he teamed up with Frederick Brand and began a relationship as a guitar duet performing throughout Germany until his death October 22, For players with 7, 8, or string guitars, this is a welcome addition to the repertoire.
The 7th string can be raised an octave for 6-string guitars as it is used sparingly. The instrument Degen used was made by Stauffer.
Stylistically, the music is close to Coste's style. The music is good, but not quite at the compositional level of Coste. Degen has his own style to some degree, and at moments he can write fine and interesting music with depth. At other times, the music can be too formula-based, especially the shorter waltz-based pieces. The longer pieces are more challenging and interesting. Most importantly, Degen was a master cellist and wrote many pieces for cello and guitar available from Jens Rasmussen and Tecla Editions. These are pehaps the most important works for cello and guitar in the 19th century repertoire, and they are Degen's finest works as well.
Guitarist, Composer, Pianist, Publisher. Diabelli is most famous for the theme upon which Beethoven based an extensive set of variations, and for being Beethoven's publisher. Diabelli composed works for guitar solo, duo, and guitar with other instruments, including many pieces for guitar and forte-piano.
These pieces are charming, but not of the quality of Giuliani. As a publisher, Diabelli published thousands of works for many instruments, and became wealthy as the owner of Vienna's leading publishing firm. Many guitar compositions were published by Diabelli, including many Giuliani first editions. Interestingly, as documented in Dr.
Heck's biography, Giuliani once wrote in a private letter to a friend that Diabelli earned his "eternal contempt" for publishing practices which enriched Diabelli at the performer's expense. Dubez was a Viennese guitarist who studied with Mertz and became a virtuoso concert guitarist. Only a few works were published, which can be found for free PDF download from REX including the Mertz-style Hungarian Fantasy , and also several hand-written manuscripts can be found in Boije.
His compositions make extensive use of the string guitar, and it is nearly fruitless to attempt these pieces with less than an 8-string instrument. It also requires frets on some pieces, clearly for the Staufer-style guitar. Most of the works are extremely difficult, with fast note flourishes, and clearly written for virtuoso players. In the later 19th century, as the romantic period flourished, instrumental virtuosity and sentiment were prevalent and sometimes overdone.
The Fantaisie Hongrois stands out as probably the best work, and Robert Trent has included this in concert programs. It borrows from the Mertz piece of the same title but is a new composition. While challenging, it is not impossible to play. Michael Sieberichs-Nau has researched Dubez, and points out that these works are elaborate, only for professionals like Liszt.
Apparently, only 2 works by Dubez were published, and probably due to the technical requirements, other pieces were probably sold as hand-copied manuscripts individually by the composer, a practice which is well-documented during this time period and done by Mertz. Brigitte Zaczek kindly provided photos of a guitar she "recently aquired at an auction in Vienna: a very peculiar specimen of a 10 string guitar, unlabeled but with the signature of Johann Dubez inside.
It does not seem to have been built in Vienna but according to Alex Timmerman it shows some similarities with instruments built by Henryk Rudert Warsaw. The solo pieces are advanced and musically rich, and the chamber pieces show Fossa's true capabilities at larger-scale works. Very little guitar music survives, but what remains is superb, including an excellent set of chamber pieces with guitar, and the exceptional Haydn arrangements.
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Fossa was a friend of Aguado. The outstanding article of M. The Ophee edition is superb: it has a good biography, plus the music conforms as a true urtext edition to the originals and I prefer these editions to the facsimile. The music is challenging but well worth the effort. Fossa was not obliged to make a living at music, and thus held to the highest artistic standards of composition.
There is one fine guitar duet in the REX collection. Biographical Information: Giuliani left his native Italy in his early 20's for Vienna, where he was among the elite composers in Vienna during the early 19th century. His friends included Beethoven, Schubert, Hummel, Rossini, and Paganini, and he performed for the top venues and people of his age. Giuliani played the guitar, Lyra guitar, was an accomplished vocalist, and cellist - who played cello in the world premier of Beethoven's 7th symphony.
Giuliani wrote a few complete concertos, with assistance from Hummel to orchestrate them, as well as a great deal of chamber music and duets for 2 guitars, flute, piano, and violin. Late night jam sessions with Schubert and friends were weekly, as well as concert appearances and collaboration with other elite musicians which were a frequent occurence. As a close friend of Rossini, Giuliani was given original manuscripts to arrange as he liked, and access to Rossini for input on his Rossini arrangements.
Giuliani's solo works number over 18 volumes through Tecla. Across the board, contemporary reviews of his playing rank him as one of the greatest performers of the guitar to have ever lived. Giuliani's music is lively, interesting, dynamic and convincing. The guitar writing is idiomatic and clever; always using the guitar to its fullest capacity, so that seemingly difficult pieces are logical and attainable.
As with Sor, the parts are "correct" as they said back then - in other words, proper voice leading, harmony, and full parts written out. This music was popular upon its release, and has withstood the test of time.
Giuliani is without a doubt among the top 3 composers for the guitar in the 19th century, and probably for all time. Heck has published a complete biography of this diverse, prolific, and amazing composer of the 19th century guitar; it is available through Editions Orphee. I have read Dr.
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Heck's book, and I would highly recommend it. For an overview, read Dr. Brian Jeffery's article: Notes on Giuliani's music. See also The Italian Guitar in the 19th-Century: Sixty biographies - Sixty biographies of Italian guitarist composers of Nineteenth century in alphabetic order edited by Marco Bazzotti. Biographical notes by George C. Krick Huerta Life and Works". This edition is over pages, including biographical information, photos, and around 25 compositions - the entire surviving guitar works extant at time of publication.
As more works may yet surface, future volumes may be forthcoming. Interest in LHoyer has risen lately, with an in-depth article and biographical information from Erik Stenstadvold and Mr. In LHoyer's day, various publications which list the top guitarists consistently rated LHoyer among the top 10, a well-deserved reputation, based on the quality of his published music. The chamber music in particular is outstanding, with duets and trios which are among the very best for the instrument. LHoyer's solo material is fairly difficult, but it exhibits a sparkle and "kick" which is characteristic of late 18th-century music, but with a distinctive flair and unique style.
Early LHoyer pieces were written for the 5-string or 5-course instrument, with no notes lower than "A". Other pieces, the majority, are 6-string works. The revival of LHoyer's music is long overdue. Matiegka was born in Bohemia, moving to Moravia, and in enrolled in the University of Prague as a law student.
Matiegka's musical background and training was mostly violin, clave, voice, violoncello, and piano, in addition to the guitar. For this reason, much of his music is chamber music with guitar, in addition to solo guitar, which he learned later.
In , Matiegka became a professional musician, moving to Vienna, but was obliged to work in law. By , Matiegka was established as a musician and guitar composer. After , Matiegka worked in church appointments and sacred music. Related Products. We are not able to get online delivery information from our supplier. When ordered you will be contacted with an expected delivery date. Rate this Product. Review Title. Product Experience I own it I've tried it I've heard about it.
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