Mauro Giuliani’s Gran variazioni concertanti op. 35 were first published in Vienna in 1812, and were again published by Ricordi in Milan in about 1830, that is to say about a year after the composer’s death in 1829, in a version with some changes. It is the 1830 edition that is presented here. This brand-new edition of 2020 edited by me is re-engraved and gives score and parts.
I published this work in 1986 in volume 24 of my series of Giuliani’s Complete Works, but that was in facsimile and it reproduced the original edition which was only in parts, not in score. Now this new edition gives score and parts and is re-engraved.
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Companion to this work: Giuliani’s arrangement for two guitars of the overture to Rossini’s Barber of Seville.