Capriccio by Johann Kaspar Mertz

Capriccio by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Johann Kaspar Mertz János Gáspár Mertz was born in Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary, now Bratislava (Slovakia). A virtuoso, he established a solid reputation as a performer. Mertz’s guitar music, followed the pianistic models of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann, rather than the classical models of Mozart and Haydn (as did Sor and Aguado), or the bel canto style of Rossini (as did Giuliani).

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Andantino by Johann Kaspar Mertz

Andantino by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Johann Kaspar Mertz János Gáspár Mertz was born in Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary, now Bratislava (Slovakia). A virtuoso, he established a solid reputation as a performer. Mertz’s guitar music, followed the pianistic models of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann, rather than the classical models of Mozart and Haydn (as did Sor and Aguado), or the bel canto style of Rossini (as did Giuliani).

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Andante by Johann Kaspar Mertz.

Andante by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Johann Kaspar Mertz János Gáspár Mertz was born in Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary, now Bratislava (Slovakia). A virtuoso, he established a solid reputation as a performer. Mertz’s guitar music, followed the pianistic models of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann, rather than the classical models of Mozart and Haydn (as did Sor and Aguado), or the bel canto style of Rossini (as did Giuliani).

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Theme And Variations by Johann Kaspar Mertz

Theme And Variations by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Johann Kaspar Mertz János Gáspár Mertz was born in Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary, now Bratislava (Slovakia). A virtuoso, he established a solid reputation as a performer. Mertz’s guitar music, followed the pianistic models of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann, rather than the classical models of Mozart and Haydn (as did Sor and Aguado), or the bel canto style of Rossini (as did Giuliani).

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Das Fischermdchenthe Fishermaiden by Johann Kaspar Mertz

Das Fischermdchenthe Fishermaiden by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Johann Kaspar Mertz János Gáspár Mertz was born in Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary, now Bratislava (Slovakia). A virtuoso, he established a solid reputation as a performer. Mertz’s guitar music, followed the pianistic models of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann, rather than the classical models of Mozart and Haydn (as did Sor and Aguado), or the bel canto style of Rossini (as did Giuliani).

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Opus 08 No 29 Opern Revue La Traviata by Johann Kaspar Mertz

Opus 08 No 29 Opern Revue La Traviata by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Johann Kaspar Mertz János Gáspár Mertz was born in Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary, now Bratislava (Slovakia). A virtuoso, he established a solid reputation as a performer. Mertz’s guitar music, followed the pianistic models of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann, rather than the classical models of Mozart and Haydn (as did Sor and Aguado), or the bel canto style of Rossini (as did Giuliani).

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Opus 65 No 1 Fantasie Hongroise by Johann Kaspar Mertz

Opus 65 No 1 Fantasie Hongroise by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Johann Kaspar Mertz János Gáspár Mertz was born in Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary, now Bratislava (Slovakia). A virtuoso, he established a solid reputation as a performer. Mertz’s guitar music, followed the pianistic models of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann, rather than the classical models of Mozart and Haydn (as did Sor and Aguado), or the bel canto style of Rossini (as did Giuliani).

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Elegie (largo) by Johann Kaspar Mertz

Elegie (largo) by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Johann Kaspar Mertz János Gáspár Mertz was born in Pozsony, Kingdom of Hungary, now Bratislava (Slovakia). A virtuoso, he established a solid reputation as a performer. Mertz’s guitar music, followed the pianistic models of Chopin, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Schumann, rather than the classical models of Mozart and Haydn (as did Sor and Aguado), or the bel canto style of Rossini (as did Giuliani).

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