Matteo Carcassi - Carcassi began with the piano, but learned guitar when still a child.
He quickly gained a reputation as a virtuoso concert guitarist. He moved to Germany in , gaining almost immediate success. In , he was living in Paris, earning his living as a teacher of both the piano and the guitar. On a concert tour in Germany in , he met his friend Antoine Meissonnier for the first time. Also a famous guitarist, Meissonnier published many of Carcassi's works in his Par is publishing house. From on, Carcassi spent the majority of his time in Paris. In , he performed an extremely successful series of concerts in London that earned him great fame, both as a performing artist and as a teacher.
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However, in Paris, a long time passed before his talents were truly recognised, partly because of the presence of Fernando Carulli, 'adored' by his audience. Carcassi was in Germany again during the fall of Afterwards he performed in London, where his reputation now gave him access to more prestigious concert halls.
Finally he returned to Paris. For several years, he made concert trips from here to the most important cultural towns of Europe, including London. After a short return to performing in , he quit his concert practice around and died in the French capital in Carcassi wrote a method for guitar op. His most famous works are collected in his 25 Etudes op. In these, he managed to blend technical skills and brilliant romantic music. This is the reason his music is still played by so many classical guitarists today.
His works have been published and recorded by numerous well known guitarists. Text source : Wikipedia Hide extended text Read all.
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