Carulli, Ferdinando - op.124/23 Sicilienne

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Carulli, Ferdinando - op.124/23 Sicilienne

Post by MaritimeGuitarist » Sun Nov 18, 2018 10:05 pm

This seems to be a lesser known piece by Carulli, but one of my favorites. Thought I'd share!
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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.124/23 Sicilienne

Post by David Norton » Sun Nov 18, 2018 11:35 pm

Nicely done. Carulli has some good music out there, it simple gets overlooked too often.
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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.124/23 Sicilienne

Post by MaritimeGuitarist » Mon Nov 19, 2018 12:44 am

Thanks, David! I agree with you--he does have some pretty good music.

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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.124/23 Sicilienne

Post by powderedtoastman » Mon Nov 19, 2018 8:53 pm

Very nicely played! I've played a little from this opus but had not ventured in as far as number 23. A few of the pieces toward the beginning are a little dry and bare bones, but there are also some really nice ones like this scattered throughout.

The pieces in this opus tend to have a lot of little hints of romanticism. This is where Carulli's lesser known pieces have a very nice character to them, and I like that this collection keeps them short and playable to at least the intermediate/advanced amateur so you don't have to venture into the really obscure and virtuosic works to get at that sort of content.

Op. 241 has maybe just a little bit of this toward the end, but not quite like this one.
Thank you for sharing!

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