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    Angelo Gilardino (1941) Endless Skies (2017) In Memory of Matanya Ophee for Flute, Viola and Guitar David Norton, che ha commissionato il lavoro al compositore, generosamente offre partitura e parti gratuitamente a chiunque potrebbe piacer leggere e suonare l'opera. David Norton, who commissioned the work to the composer, generously offers score and parts for free to all those who might like reading and playing the work.
  2. L’editore e ricercatore Matanya Ophee ha portato alla luce un manoscritto per chitarra dal titolo “Morceaux Caractéristiques” di Karl F. Mauer, da una pubblicazione privata de “La Société de la Guitar Classique de Chicago” Questo il messaggio pubblicato dallo stesso Matanya: This is the title page of a small anthology of guitar pieces by a man whose name I have never heard before: Karl F. Mauer. I have no idea who he was, except that he must have lived in the US in the 1930s, either in New York or in Chicago. I came into possession of this manuscript anthology (printed in blue line printi
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