Mauro Giuliani:

Complete Works, Volume 34

Five works for guitar and keyboard

with introductions by Brian Jeffery

Including the new Tecla re-engraved edition of Giuliani's Two Rondos op. 68 for guitar and keyboard, a fine work.

Five separate items of music in a slipcase TECLA 0834
Price 66.00 euros / or 48.00 UK pounds / or 83.00 US dollars
ISBN 978-0-906953-94-5

This volume is presented in the form of a slipcase which contains the following five works for guitar and keyboard printed separately (follow the links for the five items which can all be purchased separately):

There are separate parts for the guitar and for the piano. No score (except for op. 68 Two Rondos).

The Grand Potpourri National and op. 104 are for a terz guitar, which would have greater brilliance than a normal guitar. (See note about the terz guitar.)

A descriptive note (2004)  about Giuliani's works for guitar and keyboard, by Brian Jeffery.

First published by Tecla in 1988.

[Legibility: good.]

We can also supply a new CD of all the works in this volume 34 of Giulianiís Complete Works, played by Claudio Maccari and Paolo Pugliese playing on guitars of the period, and Giovanni Togni playing fortepiano, with the technique of the period and interpretation on historical lines. The performances fizz with life and musicality.

We donít offer many CDs, only exceptionally, and this one is exceptional. The performers recorded the works from this Tecla edition of volume 34 of Giulianiís Complete Works.

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More about Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)

A descriptive note (2004)  about Giuliani's works for guitar and keyboard,  by Brian Jeffery.

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