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Original

Souvenir d'Orient. Fantaisie brillante Op. 12. Classical Guitar sheet music. Flute sheet music.

Translation

Eastern Remember. Fantaisie brillante Op. 12. Classical Guitar sheet music. Flute sheet music.

Original

Souvenir d'Orient. Fantaisie brillante Op. 12 composed by Onorato Costa. Edited by Fabio Rizza. For Flute and Guitar. Score and parts. Op. 12. 40 pages. Published by Ut Orpheus. UT.CH-124. ISBN 979-0-2153-1884-7. Onorato Costa was a guitarist and composer. In Vienna between 1818 and 1832 he published a number of compositions for solo guitar and duets with other instruments. According to the Allgemeine musika- lische Zeitung, on the 27 February 1820, a guitarist by the name of Costa performed some variations on a Rossini cavatina in Vienna, which may be identified as the 'Variations sur un Theme favori de l'Opera. Cenerentola de Rossini' Op. 6, published by Onorato Costa with Cappi & Diabelli precisely around the period 1819-20. In this fantasia Costa uses three popular pieces. the first two are of Greek origin. the romance Ilios Lambros and a Sirtos, which was the most common dance throughout Greece in the 19th century. whilst the third is a Hungarian dance with variations.

Translation

Eastern Remember. Fantaisie brillante Op. 12 composed by Onorato Costa. Edited by Fabio Rizza. For Flute and Guitar. Score and parts. Op. 12. 40 pages. Published by Ut Orpheus. UT.CH-124. ISBN 979-0-2153-1884-7. Onorato Costa was a guitarist and composer. In Vienna between 1818 and 1832 he published a number of compositions for solo guitar and duets with other instruments. According to the Allgemeine musika- lische Zeitung, on the 27 February 1820, a guitarist by the name of Costa performed some variations on a Rossini cavatina in Vienna, which may be identified as the 'Variations sur un Theme favori de l'Opera. Cenerentola de Rossini' Op. 6, published by Onorato Costa with Cappi & Diabelli precisely around the period 1819-20. In this fantasia Costa uses three popular pieces. the first two are of Greek origin. the romance Ilios Lambros and a Sirtos, which was the most common dance throughout Greece in the 19th century. whilst the third is a Hungarian dance with variations.