Méthode complète, Op.27 (Carulli, Ferdinando)

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Moderato in A minor

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Work Title Méthode complète de guitarre ou lyre
Alternative. Title
Composer Carulli, Ferdinando
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.27
First Publication. 1811 ? - Paris: Carli et Cie., plate 142
Language French (+ translations)
Dedication The author's son Gustav
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation guitar


Misc. Comments

Carulli's Guitar Methods
  • Op.27 = Méthode complète (ca.1811)
  • Op.61 = Premiere suite a la methode (a supplement to the Méthode complète)
  • Op.71 = Deuxieme suite a la methode (a supplement to the Méthode complète)
  • Op.192 = Supplement a la methode (“The First Year of Guitar Study”, Op.192; another supplement to the Methode complete which includes an etude in octaves cast in a fully-developed sonata-allegro form)
  • Op.241 = École de guitare (a revision of the Méthode complète, Op.27 in polyphonic notation in which, amongst other things, Carulli has rethought his approach to right-hand fingering, ca.1825)
Other
  • Op.293 - Méthode complète pour le Dedacorde
  • Op.195 - Solfège et vocalises avec acompagnement de guitare
  • L'Harmonie Appliquée à la Guitare