The complete known published and unpublished compositions of Justin Holland (1819-1887) and his son Justin Minor Holland (1848-1917) are listed here.(more…)
Eleuterio F. Tiscornia (1879-1945) was a collector of guitar music in Buenos Aires, starting his collection in 1897. After his death in 1945 a catalog of his collection was published in 1948 by Ricordi Americana.(more…)
Two new volumes from DGA Editions are now available. The first volume is In Search of Sagrini, written by Bernard Lewis and Robert Coldwell. The second volume is The Music of Luigi Sagrini which presents 24 editions published by Sagrini from 1825 to 1850. Each volume is available in print and digital format. The digital editions were released 2/2/2022, and the print editions were released 2/16/2022.(more…)
I will present here two different sets of publications of music by Fernando Sor published in the United States in the 19th century. While there may be other editions published in the US in the 19th century, I will focus on these two sets because it appears there is little to no information written about them before now.(more…)
I recently came into possession of a number of programs and articles from 1926 and one article from 1927 regarding Segovia’s concerts in Russia. In Matanya Ophee’s 2017 article “Segovia and the Russians” he included some of these items. I’m sure the book by Vaisbord includes the details from the programs and articles but I don’t have a copy of the book to compare. Hopefully this information will be of interest to others so I make them available here.(more…)
Wednesday, May 19 through Sunday, May 23. Held this year as a virtual event. All concerts and lectures can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/Timofeyev63.