Leonard Schulz (Vienna, 1814 - London, 1860) is a forgotten and obscure figure of the guitar world. Born into a family of musicians, he was a prodigy child who, along with his father and brother, traveled across Europe on a tour. Despite his virtuoso aura, his troubled adult life, at a time when the instrument was suffering a decline, contributed to the almost oblivion of his music, which only in the past years began to be rescued.
L'indispensable op.40 is a series of exercises and studies, published in London in 1840.
Recording of Exercise nº 1 (Grave), on a 8-guitar replica J.A. Stauffer (1837), built by Jan Tuláček(2015)
https://soundcloud.com/rui-namora/leona ... able-op-40
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