Complete Works, Volume 27 (Tecla facsimile edition)
Guitar concerto op. 30 in A, in Diabelli's arrangement for guitar and piano
with an introduction by Brian Jeffery
Available as a set of authorized photocopies only, price 20,00 euros / 14.60 UK pounds / 25.00 US dollars
Please be aware that this is NOT a mere reduction of the orchestral or string quartet version of this concerto, but rather is Diabelli's arrangement of the concerto in which he has made changes. Also it is for terz guitar, not the normal guitar with the conventional tuning.
NOW AVAILABLE AS A SET OF PHOTOCOPIES ONLY. Volume 27 is a popular volume, and in book form it sold out, but we have now made it available in the form of a set of photocopies in a folder. That isn't perhaps ideal, but it is at least usable by anyone who wants this music. The contents of the set of photocopies are identical to the contents of the old printed book, including the Notes to the Pieces, nothing has been omitted. The pages are numbered, so there isn't any chance of getting the pages muddled.
The price of the set of photocopies is lower than it would be if it were a book. And if you buy the set of photocopies now, and if (as we hope) volume 27 is later reprinted as a book, we will supply the book to you then if you wish at only a token price.
This Volume 27 contains Giuliani's guitar concerto op. 30, in Diabelli's arrangement for terz guitar and piano. There are parts for guitar and for piano (no score). The guitar part is written in A major as in the orchestral version and is very similar to it, with some differences but not big ones (for example it has some additional material at the beginning). However, the terz guitar is of course a transposing instrument so it actually sounds in C and the piano part is written in C. It is possible to play this terz guitar part on a normal modern guitar by placing a capotasto at the third fret.
The three volumes for this concerto in this Tecla series are:
All are in facsimiles of the first editions, parts only, no score.
Giuliani composed three concertos for guitar, opus numbers 30, 36, and 70. This concerto op. 30 in A is the first and most famous of them.
First published by Tecla in 1986.
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TECLA 0827: Volume 27 as a set of photocopies
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