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He wrote a variety of works for classical guitar , including numerous solo and chamber works and several concertos. He was an extremely prolific writer, composing over works for the instrument. Carulli was born to an affluent, upper-class family [1] in Naples. His father, Michele, was a distinguished literator , secretary to the delegate of the Neapolitan Jurisdiction. Like many of his contemporaries, he was taught musical theory by a priest, who was also an amateur musician. Carulli's first instrument was the cello , but when he was twenty he discovered the guitar and devoted his life to the study and advancement of the guitar.

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He wrote a variety of works for classical guitar , including numerous solo and chamber works and several concertos. He was an extremely prolific writer, composing over works for the instrument. Carulli was born to an affluent, upper-class family [1] in Naples. His father, Michele, was a distinguished literator , secretary to the delegate of the Neapolitan Jurisdiction. Like many of his contemporaries, he was taught musical theory by a priest, who was also an amateur musician.

Carulli's first instrument was the cello , but when he was twenty he discovered the guitar and devoted his life to the study and advancement of the guitar. As there were no professional guitar teachers in Naples at the time, Carulli developed his own style of playing. Carulli was a gifted performer. His concerts in Naples were so popular that he soon began touring Europe. A few years later Carulli started to compose in Milan , where he contributed to local publications.

After a highly successful Paris tour, Carulli moved there. At the time the city was known as the 'music-capital' of the world, and he stayed there for the rest of his life. Carulli became highly successful as a guitar teacher in Paris.

It was also here that the majority of his works were published. Later in his life he became a self-publisher and, in addition to his own music, published the works of other prominent guitarists including Filippo Gragnani whom he befriended and who later dedicated three guitar duets to Carulli.

Carulli was among the most prolific composers of his time. He wrote more than four hundred works for the guitar, and countless others for various instrumental combinations, always including the guitar.

His most influential work, the "Method, op. Along with numerous works for two guitars, works for guitar with violin or flute, and three concertos for guitar with chamber orchestra, Carulli also composed several works for guitar and piano in collaboration with his son, Gustavo.

Many of the pieces now regarded as Carulli's finest were initially turned down by publishers who considered them too difficult for the average recreational guitarist. It is likely that many of his best works remained unpublished and are now lost. Nevertheless, several of Carulli's published works point at the likely quality and sophistication of his concert music, the Six Andantes Op. The great majority of Carulli's surviving works, however, were those considered marketable enough by mainstream Parisian publishers aiming at an amateur recreational market.

In addition to his highly successful Methode Op. Classical guitarists have recorded many of his works. Arguably his most famous work is a duet for guitar and flute, which was recorded by Alexander Lagoya and Jean-Pierre Rampal , although his Duo in G Op. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Opus No. This list is incomplete ; you can help by expanding it. Retrieved on See pp.

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