GIULIANI GRAND SONATA EROICA PDF

Special attention will be paid to the conflict between A major and C major and its role in the medial caesura and the recapitulation. Before moving into the sonata, I will give a brief explanation about use of key on the guitar. Three keys dominate the classical guitar repertory: C major, A minor, and A major. Other keys require significant unidiomatic hand positions to make a simple Alberti bass Tompkins A major and minor are used extensively for virtuosity. In this paper I will focus primarily on the large-scale formal features and problems in the sonata.

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His first instrumental training was on the cello—an instrument which he never completely abandoned—and he probably also studied the violin.

Subsequently, he devoted himself to the guitar, becoming a very skilled performer on it in a short time. The names of his teachers are unknown, and we cannot be sure of his exact movements in Italy. After that he was probably in Bologna and Trieste for a brief stay; by the summer of , fresh from his studies of counterpoint, cello and guitar in Italy, he had moved to Vienna without his family. Here he began a relationship with the Viennese Anna Wiesenberger — , with whom he had four daughters, Maria Willmuth born , Aloisia Willmuth born , Emilia Giuliani born and Karolina Giuliani born In Giuliani began to publish compositions in the classical style.

His concert tours took him all over Europe. Everywhere he went he was acclaimed for his virtuosity and musical taste. He achieved great success and became a musical celebrity, equal to the best of the many instrumentalists and composers who were active in the Austrian capital city at the beginning of the 19th century. Giuliani defined a new role for the guitar in the context of European music. He was acquainted with the highest figures of Austrian society and with notable composers such as Rossini and Beethoven , and cooperated with the best active concert musicians in Vienna.

This exposure gave Giuliani prominence in the musical environment of the city. Also in , he was the official concert artist for the celebrations of the Congress in Vienna.

In Vienna, Giuliani had minor success as a composer. He worked mostly with the publisher Artaria , who published many of his works for guitar, but he had dealings with all the other local publishers, who spread his compositions all over Europe. He developed a teaching career here as well; among his numerous students were Bobrowicz and Horetzky.

In Giuliani left Vienna, mainly for financial reasons: he expected to make financial profit on a concert tour through Bohemia and Bavaria.

He returned to Italy, spending time in Trieste and Venice , and finally settled in Rome. In he brought his illegitimate daughter Emilia to Italy, who had been born in Vienna in In Rome he did not have much success; he published a few compositions and gave only one concert.

In July he began a series of frequent trips to Naples to be with his father, who was seriously ill. In the Bourbon city of Naples Giuliani would find a better reception to his guitar artistry, and there he was able to publish other works for guitar with local publishers. In he performed in Portici before Francesco I and the Bourbon court.

Toward the end of the health of the musician began to fail; he died in Naples on 8 May The news of his death created a great stir in the Neapolitan musical environment. In a word, he made the instrument sing.

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His first instrumental training was on the cello—an instrument which he never completely abandoned—and he probably also studied the violin. Subsequently, he devoted himself to the guitar, becoming a very skilled performer on it in a short time. The names of his teachers are unknown, and we cannot be sure of his exact movements in Italy. After that he was probably in Bologna and Trieste for a brief stay; by the summer of , fresh from his studies of counterpoint, cello and guitar in Italy, he had moved to Vienna without his family. Here he began a relationship with the Viennese Anna Wiesenberger — , with whom he had four daughters, Maria Willmuth born , Aloisia Willmuth born , Emilia Giuliani born and Karolina Giuliani born

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