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With the exception of the three-finger tremolo suggestion at the beginning of the variation, the entire work is almost identical with the Romero version. I have not seen this version directly, but Charles Duncan sent me a xerox copy of it, stating that it was published in Volume 3 of Spanish Guitar Music, edited by Schwartz-Reiflingen and published by Verlag F.
If the answers will be forthcoming, then we will be grateful. Note 21 Even sadder is to observe that although the matter was discussed in detail by several people in the pages of Soundboard shortly after the appearance of the Segovia piece, we have yet to see anything by him denying responsibility for this. There is a third variation in repeated chords and a pompous sounding Coda in the best traditions of German kitsch. Luigi Mozzani, who is also well known through the country.
My teacher told me that the piece was by Mozzani and teachers always tell the truth. A Lesbian girl from Khartoum, Took a fairy-boy into her room. The one marked as op.
Santisteban who arranged it for two guitars and published without credit to his source in the same year as Mozzani. For the time being this small example serves to demonstrate one simple point: Having misplaced the letter in my files, I asked Peter if he still recalled the essence of it.
There is no Sancho entry in the 1st edition of Bone. Note 9 As was customary at the time, the work was issued simultaneously for mandolin solo, mandolin and guitar, mandolin and piano, mandolin guitar and piano, 2 mandolins, 2 mandolins and guitar, 2 mandolins and piano and, believe it or not, 2 mandolins, guitar and piano which is the version I happen to own. The additional larixne and the use of a three finger tremolo by Mozzani instead of the original two-finger variety, is akin to re-writes of chord studies by Carcassi and Carulli in different arpeggio patterns and examples of this are too numerous in the literature.
This catalogue is printed on the back cover of several guitar works published by this California publishing house and bear copyright dates of through This is an updated version of my article with the same guigar published in Gendai GuitarNo. Late nineteenth century guitarists, quite often, took the work of others, changed it laeiane little bit, and published the result as their own composition.
The catalogue of that organization, published in in Der Guitarrefreund, does not contain Feste Lariane in the list of publications received from Mozzani. Whoever wrote it grew up on Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn, etc. She talked to us for over an hour.
Feste lariane, air with variations for guitar
Bone, The Guitar and Mandolin, London, Bromberger was a student and disciple of Luigi Mozzani, the teacher of such guitar notables as Mario Macafferi, Maria Rita Brondi and many others. California State University, Northridge, Guitar history deals with everything that happened before yesterday. That is lariwne question which would need further research to be answered properly. In the early part of the nineteenth century, authorship of tunes was rarely mentioned in publications of guitar arrangements of these tunes.
Sophocles Fese, it appears, repeated the operation once again, publishing it some 60 years later, without a clear reference to the origin of the piece. Papas does not credit Romero. A long discussion ensued.
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Since the first publication of the present article inI published the entire set of guitsr written by Segovia to Ponce. Every teacher prescribed such variations at one time or another to his or her students.
Here is the first page:. The first part is as we described above, and the second part, the only variation, develops in an arpeggio of a reduced tremolo, a bass and two notes. This is what he sent me by E-Mail, reproduced here with his permission: From the Mozzani original, of course!
The Romero and Papas are practically identical. Thus, the majority of guitarists whose work was published in America, were either local born, or immigrants who established themselves on a permanent basis.
One also notes that during his stay in Paris in the early years of the century, Luigi Mozzani donated some works to the library of the Internationaler Guitarristen Verband in Munich. In other words, it may have been in print ever since it was first published in Argentina in There, for all to see, are the labels, the decorated bottles, the quaint advertisements, that proclaim time and again the Peruvian mystique. As a matter of fact, I bought a copy of it in their shop in Buenos Aires, last year.
In aboutJacques Pisa, like many other guitar publishers and individual guitarists active then, donated many of his publications to the library of the Internationaler Guitarristen Lariaane, also known as the Internationaler Gitarristische Vereinigung. That is not so.
In other words, we have no choice but to conclude that there is no way Luigi Mozzani could have been the original composer of the piece called by him Feste Lariane. Here is lariaje composition, currently in my private collection, and gutar in the Vahdah Olcott-Bickfrod Collection at the California State University at Northridge: I said to myself, arranged from what? His source was an early twentieth century German publication, edited by Erwin Schwartz-Reiflingen where the piece was attributed to Sancho.
It is noteworthy that Romero did NOT claim authorship and clearly fsste that his version is an arrangement. The source of much, if not most, of the cocaine imported was Peru. This someone else could have been a Spanish born guitarist named Luis T.
From an article by J. On its dissolution, Sancho made his way to Buenos Aires, Note 13 vuitar, as we already were told by Prat, he published forty pieces of guitar music. I rather doubt he also published Sancho. The April Cadenza magazine identifies Santisteban as follows: