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Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829) 24 Etudes pour la Guitare • 24 Etüden für Gitarre, op.

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Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829) 24 Etudes pour la Guitare 24 Studies for the Guitar, op. 48

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Etude 16 ..................................................................................................................................... 18
Etude 17 ..................................................................................................................................... 20
Etude 18 ..................................................................................................................................... 22
Etude 19 ..................................................................................................................................... 23
Etude 20 ..................................................................................................................................... 24
Etude 21 ..................................................................................................................................... 25
Etude 22 ..................................................................................................................................... 26
Etude 23 ..................................................................................................................................... 28
Etude 24 ..................................................................................................................................... 30

Mauro Giuliani
geb. 1781 Barletta, gest. 1829 Neapel
Kam 1806 nach Wien und war hier ein beliebter und
gefeierter Gitarrekomponist und -sollst; schrieb über 200 Kompositionen
für Gitarre, die zu den bedeutendsten seiner Epoche gezählt werden können.
1819 verließ er Wien und kehrte in sein Heimatland Italien zurück.

Mauro Giuliani
b. 1781 Barletta, d. 1829 Naples
Came to Vienna in 1806 where he was a popular and
esteemed composer for and player of the guitar; wrote
more than 200 compositions for guitar, which are among
the most important of his period. In 1819 he left Vienna
and returned to his native country Italy.