MUSIC PUBLICATIONS
GUITAR SOLOS
ROMANTIC
CHANTERELLE
 
ECH0441
Regondi, Giulio
Concert Works for Guitar opp. 19-23
(Wynberg)
GN037947
48pp
187 g
979-02047-0441-5
Gtr
17,00
Delivery state   Available
Description
Ever since Leif Christensen´s recording of these works in the 1980s Regondi´s guitar works have found an ever more secure place in the guitarist´s repertoire. Our edition was the first collected edition of these works and is an unaltered reprint of the first editions published in Germany.
Seit Leif Christensen 1980 Regondis Werke aufgenommen hat, haben sie einen festen Platz im Konzertrepertoire. Unsere Ausgabe war die erste Sammelausgabe dieser Werke und ist ein unveränderter Nachdruck der deutschen Erstausgaben.
Contents
REGONDI G.: Rêverie, Nocturne op.19
REGONDI G.: Fête Villageoise op.20
REGONDI G.: 1er Air Varié op.21
REGONDI G.: 2ème Air Varié op.22
REGONDI G.: Introduction et Caprice op.23
Giulio Regondi (1822-1872)
A child prodigy of Italian and German parentage, Regondi was already giving concerts internationally at the age of 7, and was being regularly fêted. Sor dedicated his Souvenir d’amitié op. 46 to him when he was still a child. Regondi had a brilliant career. In 1836 he was playing concerts alongside Moscheles and in 1841 Clara Schumann arranged a concert in Vienna in the Gewandhaus where he played with the cello virtuoso Joseph Lidel. At that time he was playing a guitar with 8 strings. Regondi is one of the few guitarists who excelled on another instrument, namely the Concertina invented by Wheatstone in 1844. His playing was always described in rapturous terms by his contemporaries. His works were not commercially available until their reissue in 1981 by Chanterelle. Further publications from Editions Orphée followed and now Regondi is regularly played and heard.
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