Mauro Giuliani was an Italian guitarist and composer who lived from 1781-1829. He composed a lot of pieces for the guitar ranging from beginner-level pieces all the way up to pieces composed for the concert hall.
In this lesson I will teach you to play his Andantino (Op. 50, No. 1) which I see as an early intermediate level piece.
Ecossaise (Op. 33 No. 2) was composed by the great guitar Italian virtuoso and composer, Mauro Giuliani. An Ecossaise is a type of dance that has Scottish origins. Giuliani composed around 150 works for the guitar that range from pieces written for the beginner all the way to the concert guitarist.
In this guitar lesson I teach you this Allegro in A minor by Mauro Giuliani. This is a great right hand study for the right hand is perfect for the guitarist who has been playing for a while but is new to fingerstyle/ classical guitar.
Mauro Giuliani was an Italian virtuoso guitarist/composer who lived from 1781 to 1829. He composed a bunch of works for the guitar, everything from simple etudes all the way up to complex works for the professional guitarist.
This study in E minor by Giuliani has always been on of my favorite etudes. It has a great right hand pattern with a somewhat, easyish, left hand pattern. For the most part, the right hand pattern stays the same throughout the piece. The nice thing about it is that it’s a great study for the intermediate level student as well as for the more advanced student. The intermediate player can take a more moderate tempo while the more advanced player can just let it fly!
Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829) was one of the leading guitar virtuosos of his time. The time period puts him in late Classical/early Romantic period which means that Mozart was near the end of his life while Beethoven would have been a contemporary of Giuliani’s.