Diabelli: Sonata Op. 29 No. 1 in C major

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Anthology of Classical Guitar Music, Vol. 2

Anthology of Classical Guitar Music, Vol. 2


Andante con Variazioni in D Major, WoO44 No. 2

Sonatine for mandolin and fortepiano in C major, WoO 44a

Sonatine for mandolin and fortepiano in C minor, WoO 43a

Variations (6) in G major on the duet 'Nel cor più non mi sento' from the opera La Molinara by Giovanni Paisiello, WoO 70


Variations and Polonaise on a duet from Bellini's I Capuleti e i Montecchi, Op. 30


Variations on Nel cor piu non mi sento, Op. 8

Coste, N:

Fantaisie on two themes from Bellini's Norma, Op. 16

Introduction and Variations on a theme by Bellini (Il Pirata)

25 Etudes, Op. 38

Grande Sérénade, Op. 30


Sonata Op. 29 No. 1 in C major

Sonata Op. 29 No. 2 in A major

Sonata Op. 29 No. 3 in F major

Giuliani, Mauro:

Introduction, Theme with Variations and Polonaise in A, Op. 65

Variations on "Deh alma oh cliel" from Rossinis Otello for Guitar "terzina" and String Quartet Op. 101

Sinfonia nell'opera Il barbiere di Siviglia del G. Rossini

Sinfonia nell'opera La Cenerentola del G. Rossini

Sinfonia nell'opera Il Pirata del M. Bellini

Ouverture de l'opera La Vestale par M. Spontini

Ouverture de l'opera La Clemenza di Tito par W. Mozart

Gran Pot-Pourri, Op. 67

Hummel, J:

Sonata for fortepiano and mandolin in C major, Op. 37a

Potpourri for Piano and Guitar in G minor, Op. 53


Fantasia on Elvira's Cavatina from Verdi's Ernani


Opern-Revue, Op. 8: Fantasia No. 11 on Marino Faliero (after Donizetti)



Grand Sonata in A major


Feuille d’album

Rêverie nocturne, Op. 19

Fete Villageoise (Rondo Caprice), Op. 20

Air Varié No 1, Op. 21

Air Varié No 2, Op. 22

Introduction and Caprice, Op. 23

Air Varié de l'opera de Bellini I Capuleti e i Montecchi


Capricho arabe

La alborada

Marieta (Mazurka)


María, gavota

Isabel (Vals) [Johann Strauss II]

La cartagenera



El columpio

Danza Mora

Gran vals

Malagueña fácil

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Mazurka in G Major

Las Dos Hermanas

Minuetto in E major

Paquito (Vals)


Danza odalisca


Vals (in D)

Variations on Carnival of Venice


6 Variations, Op. 42

(arr. for mandolin, guitar and fortepiano)

Alon Sariel (mandolin), Izhar Elias (guitar), Michael Tsalka (fortepiano), Claudio Giuliani (guitar), Alberto Mesirca (guitar), Luigi Attademo (guitar), Roch Modrzejewski (guitar), Claudio Maccari (guitar), Paolo Pugliese (guitar), Flavio Apro (guitar), Giulio Tampalini (guitar)

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Brilliant Classics Anthology of Classical Guitar Music - 95544

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Diabelli: Complete Guitar Sonatas

Diabelli: Complete Guitar Sonatas


Sonata Op. 29 No. 2 in A major

Sonata Op. 29 No. 1 in C major

Sonata No. 3 in F

Claudio Giuliani (guitar)

Perhaps best known for writing the waltz on which Beethoven based his Diabelli Variations, Anton Diabelli was also an established composer and musician in his own right. Resident in Vienna in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Diabelli was a good friend of Franz Schubert.

Thanks to the emergence of an educated middle class, there was less and less dependence on religious or royal patronage. Diabelli’s sonatas for guitar, widely considered to be masterpieces of the guitar repertoire, reflect Viennese musical taste at this time. They were his only foray into sonata form, and document the evolution of the composer’s style. The first sonata includes so‐called ‘Italianisms’ while the second has a distinctly Schubertian flavour, no doubt due to his close friendship with the composer. The third sonata shows a more revolutionary take on the principles of sonata form where many of the ideas are challenged. The second part of the first movement contains such drama and skill in the development of the themes that it is considered one of the finest passages in the guitar sonata repertoire.

Acclaimed Italian guitarist Claudio Giuliani trained at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. He has published transcriptions of 82 sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti, and has previously recorded 30 sonatas by Domenico Cimarosa for Brilliant Classics in 2011.

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