Includes: Variationen über ein böhmisches Liedchen, Op. 5; Sonate e-moll, Op. 31 No. 4; and Variations capricieuses, Op. 10.
Edited by Enea Leone and Lorenzo Ravazzani. Contents: I. Allegro -- II. Andante -- III. Minuetto -- IV. Rondo-Allegretto. Two copies of the guitar part are provided. The score is printed on 4-up pages.
Leisner performs Matiegka's Grand Sonata No. 1; Andante con Espressione (from Grand Sonata No. 2); Variations on a Tyrolean Song, Op. 27; Sonata in B minor, Op. 31 No. 6; Etude in C major; and three Minuets.
The ensemble Consortium Classicum performs chamber music with guitar by Anton Diabelli, Wenzeslaus Matiegka, Joseph Kreutzer, and Erzherzog Rudolph.
After Wenzeslaus Matiegka's Notturno, op. 21. 1st completed edition based on both sources. With introduction explaining the interesting origin of this work and editor's note.
With introduction, biographical sketch, notes on the Viennese guitar music in the 18th century, chronological table of primary guitar players/composers contemporary with Matiegka. List of works. Notes on the edition, works, dedications. Critical commentary. Bibliography. A beautiful edition!
This Serenade, published in 1810, was dedicated to Anton Georg, the Count Apponyi. This edition is based on the copy in the British Library. With a foreword and critical commentary.
With a preface and critical notes in Italian and English. Schubert derived his famous Quartet D 96 from this work, and many decades passed before the music was correctly attributed to Matiegka. This edition is based on the first edition, published by Artaria in 1807.
Diabelli: Notturno Per Csakan, Viola E Chitarra, Op. 123 -- Kreutzer: Trio Per Csakan, Viola E Chitarra -- Matiegka: Sonata Per Chitarra In Mi Minore, Op. 31, No. 4 -- Notturno Per Csakan, Viola E Chitarra, Op. 25. Performed by the Trio Mirabell.
Edited by Stefan Hackl. Published in 1810, this piece is based on a theme popular for variations in the 19th century. The theme is commonly known as Wann I in der Früh aufsteh. With a foreword.
Contents: Allegro Moderato -- Fandango -- Rondo. With a preface and critical commentary in Italian and English. This volume is based on the first print, published around 1810 in Vienna.
With a preface and critical notes in Italian and English. This fine work was originally published by Steiner of Vienna in 1817. This edition is based on the original print.