Learn & play tab for rhythm guitar with free online tab player, speed control and loop. Download Feste Lariane guitar pro tab Instruments: rhythm guitar. Feste Lariane by Luigi Mozzani (). Mozzani guitarist Louis was a great performer, teacher, composer and instrument maker. He was. Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Feste lariane, air with variations on AllMusic.

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The Romero and Papas are practically identical. I am the original author of this one! The tune itself may well be a popular Spanish melody or a Peruvian Air I wish Romero had made up his mind one way or the other! The tune is neither Spanish nor written or authored by a Spaniard. Peter Danner, a leading authority on the guitar in America, forwarded recently a reference from Cadenza magazine, Dec. It still remains to be established whether the original composer was Romero or Sancho, or perhaps someone else altogether.

The main argument in my article was that Mozzani plagiarized a piece published in by Luis T.

With the exception of the three-finger tremolo suggestion at the beginning of the variation, the entire larisne is almost identical with the Romero version. When the wild applause died down, grant me license in a bit of exaggeration!

I said to myself, arranged from what? He even knew what was the meaning of the title Peruvian Air. From an article by J. On its dissolution, Sancho made his way to Buenos Aires, Note 13 where, as we already were told by Prat, he published forty pieces of guitar larianw. In other words, the sequence of events most likely to have happened is this: Every teacher prescribed such variations at one time or another to his or her students.

Sometime in the mids, when I was putting that American anthology together, I attended a meeting of the American Guitar Society on the Northridge campus. The first guitar part, was practically identical with my cherished Feste Lariane.

It was, and still is. English translation by John D.


In the course of updating this article, I have added to it a great deal of new information, some of it unearthed by myself, some of it supplied to me by Charles Duncan and Peter Danner. In aboutJacques Pisa, like many other guitar publishers and individual guitarists active festw, donated many of his publications to the library of the Internationaler Guitarristen Verband, also buitar as the Internationaler Gitarristische Vereinigung.


The tune is called Peruvian Air and it is not by Mozzani. Deep down in my heart, I knew that I was right and that he was wrong. It is a paraphraseof the punch line of this well-known limerick:. With the worsening of economic conditions in the States at the onset of the Spanish-American War in Mozzani decided to return to Italy.

I found out on several occasions that teachers sometimes do not tell the truth, that very often they are entirely ignorant, larizne that other authorities, such as some very famous concert guitarists, do not hesitate to dispense the most outrageous fibs from the pulpit of their concert stage.

It then took on another metamorphosis as an arrangement of the Sancho version by Erwin Schwartz-Reiflingen. Note 12 It toured widely lariqne Spain and Europe, and according to P. Otero, does in fact throw a bit more light on the subject, but I am afraid it still does not clarify the matter with absolute certainty. The additional variation and the use of a three finger tremolo by Mozzani yuitar of the original two-finger variety, is akin to re-writes of chord studies by Carcassi and Carulli in different arpeggio patterns and examples of this are too numerous in the literature.

This is by no means the entire list of mis-attributions. The fete of that organization, see note 15 below, does not contain any works by Sancho. As leader of the Pan-American Quartette he has done much lraiane make that organization famous, as a soloist he is yuitar to be the most artistic performer, and a guitar folio he has recently written stamps him as a composer and arranger of exceptional ability.

The catalogue of that organization, geste in in Der Guitarrefreund, does not contain Feste Lariane in the list of publications received from Mozzani. Bromberger was a student and disciple of Luigi Mozzani, the teacher of such guitar notables as Mario Macafferi, Maria Rita Brondi and many others.


Let me tell you a story. For further information on this subject see: She talked to us for over an hour. Ferrer wrote the music, in whatever title he may have given it.

That bit of information was already published in No. After running me through the early Carulli-Carcassi preliminaries, Mrs.

Feste lariane, air with variations for guitar

One of the better guitag cases of mis-attribution, is the famous Suite in A, recorded by Segovia as a Weiss original, and in recent times, claimed by several writers to be an original work of Ponce. Here is this composition, currently in my private collection, and also in the Vahdah Olcott-Bickfrod Collection at the California State University at Northridge: Did they know each other?

Most probably, the three-finger tremolo suggestion belongs to Rizzuti, not to Sancho. This someone else could have been a Spanish born guitarist named Luis T.

Note 9 As was customary at the time, the work was issued simultaneously for mandolin solo, mandolin and guitar, mandolin and piano, mandolin guitar and piano, 2 mandolins, 2 mandolins and guitar, 2 mandolins and piano and, believe it or not, 2 mandolins, guitar and piano which is the version I happen to own. He did not need to know this, as he must have seen the Romero edition during his lengthy stay in the United States.

He could have well memorized it. We need to ask questions. Santisteban, the celebrated guitarist of Alameda, Cal. By extension, Peru took on for a time in the popular imagination an exotic aura. The April Cadenza magazine identifies Santisteban as follows: A Lesbian girl from Khartoum, Took a fairy-boy into her room.

Feste Lariane

Since the first publication of the present article inI published the entire set of letters written by Segovia to Ponce.

I also own two different issues of the same plates, which tends to indicate that the work was reprinted, perhaps more than once. Much to my surprise, I found there a work titled Peruvian Air, arranged for two guitars by Santisteban.