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Edition Dux Play Guitar - Welcome To Vienna

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Guitar music from Vienna from 1800 - 1856

In the first half of the 19th century, the guitar experienced its breakthrough as a solo instrument in Vienna. Previously used mainly as an accompanying instrument, numerous solo pieces were written, contributing significantly to a comprehensive treasure trove of playing material.

Edition Dux Play Guitar - Welcome to Vienna contains 42 pieces from 1800 to 1856 from Vienna, which offer a good overview of the era and are an excellent selection for ambitious classical guitarists. At the same time, the easy to intermediate compositions are especially suitable for advanced beginners as well as students with more extensive knowledge. In addition to sheet music, the edition features information on the history of the guitar in Vienna, as well as notes and playing tips for successfully working through the melodies.

Includes full versions for download.

Contents:

  • PART I (easy)
    • Allegrino, No. 35 from "36 Pièces faciles et agreables" (Franz Tuczek)
    • Andante, op. 6/No. 13 (Andreas Traeg)
    • Eccossaise, No. 5 from "12 petites pièces" (Louis Wolf)
    • Allegretto, No. 8 from "XXI Exercises pour la Guitarre seule" (Louis Wolf)
    • Allegretto, op. 2/No. 2 (Joseph Wanczura)
    • Allegro, op. 1/No. 10 (Joseph Wanczura)
    • Allegretto moderato (Franz Bathioli)
    • Allegretto (Franz Bathioli)
    • Variations, op. 27 (Leonhard von Call)
    • Allegretto (anonymous, manuscript Ludwig Costenoble)
    • Divertimento, op. 37/Part I/No. 2 (Mauro Giuliani)
    • Bagatelle, op. 73/No. 2 (Mauro Giuliani)
    • Andantino, op. 59/No. 13 (Mauro Giuliani)
    • Practice piece, from "School for the Guitar" (J. K. Mertz)
  • Waltz and Ländler I
    • Ländler (Anton Diabelli)
    • Grätzer Ländler, op. 18/No. 1 (Andreas Oberleitner)
    • Waltz, from "Gemeinnützige Guitarre-Schule" (Franz Bathioli)
    • Waltz, op. 4/No. 12 (Franz Tandler)
    • Waltz, from "Periodical amusements, No. 12" (Bartolomeo Bortolazzi)
    • Waltz (anonymous, manuscript Carl Leew)
    • Ländler, op. 45/No. 3 (Johann Baptist de Fier)
    • Ländler, No. 9 from "XX Ländler pour la Guitarre" (Johann Baptist de Fier)
    • Ländler, No. 12 from "12 Ländler for guitar alone" (Louis Wolf)
  • PART II (medium difficulty)
    • Marcia, from "Gemeinnützige Guitarre-Schule" (Franz Bathioli)
    • Prestissimo, from "Gemeinnützige Guitarre-Schule" (Franz Bathioli)
    • Andantino, op. 54/No. 2 (Mauro Giuliani)
    • Allegretto Grazioso, op. 54/No. 5 (Mauro Giuliani)
    • Prelude, op. 103/No. 2 (Anton Diabelli)
    • Variations on "Beautiful Minka", op. 15/No. 1 (Franz Pfeifer)
    • Scherzo, from the Sonata op. 31/No. 4 (Wenzel Matiegka)
    • Menuetto, op. 15/No. 12 (Wenzel Matiegka)
    • Larghetto, No. 3 from the Guitar School (Franz Gregor Seegner)
    • Caprice, op. 15/No. 5 (Franz Gregor Seegner)
    • Polonaise, op. 6/No. 4 (Johann Padowetz)
    • Fantaisie, No. 2 from "Trois Fantaisies" (Johann Nepomuk Huber)
    • Notturno, op. 4/No. 1 (J. K. Mertz)
  • Waltz and Ländler II
    • Waltz, op. 57/No. 5 (Mauro Giuliani)
    • Waltz, op. 58/No. 5 (Mauro Giuliani)
    • Steyr Dance, op. 33/No. 3 (J. K. Mertz)
    • Life is a dance! op. 49 (Johann Strauss I, arr. Napoléon Coste)
    • Court Ball Dances, op. 51 (Johann Strauss I, arr. Louis Heinemann)
    • Viennese Dance, 1845 (handed down, arr. Ferdinand Neges)
  • On the history of the guitar in Vienna (1800-1856)
  • Notes on the pieces and their composers
  • References (selection)

Features:

  • Manufacturer: Edition Dux
  • Composer: Various
  • Genre: Classical
  • Instrument: Guitar
  • Medium: Music book
  • Language: German
  • Difficulty: 1-3
  • Arrangement: Guitar
  • With Sheet Music: Yes
  • With Tabulature: No
  • CD: No
  • DVD: No
  • Download: Yes
  • Number of Pages: 68
  • Publisher: Ferdinand Neges
  • Qualities 1: Stapled binding
  • Publishing Number: D 3517
  • ISBN: 978-3-86849-402-0
  • ISMN: 979-0-50017-575-9
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