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FERDINANDO перевод с английского на русский, translation English to Russian

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  • GORGES, SIR FERDINANDO — born 1566?, probably at Wraxall, Somerset, Eng. died 1647, Long Ashton, Gloucestershire British colonist. After a military career, he sought …

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    Ferdinando Carulli

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    Ferdinando Maria Meinrado Francesco Pascale Rosario Carulli ( February 9 , 1770 – February 17 , 1841 ) was one of the most famous composer s for classical guitar and the author of the first complete classical guitar method, which continues to be used today. He wrote a variety of works for classical guitar , including concerto s and chamber works. He was an extremely prolific writer for guitar, writing over 400 works for the instrument in the space of 12 years.

    Carulli was born in Naples , Kingdom of Naples on February 9 , 1770. 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. Around 1801 Carulli married a French woman, Marie-Josephine Boyer, and had a son with her. 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.

    In Paris Carulli became a very successful musician and teacher. He fulfilled his intention of making the guitar popular and fashionable among the upper classes and Paris musicians. It was also in Paris that he published most of his works, eventually becoming a publisher himself and printing the works of other prominent guitarists.

    In the 1830s, many European guitarists followed Carulli to Paris, apparently 'attracted by his personality'. With so many other guitarists in Paris, Carulli worked harder at his teaching, and soon had counted members of the Parisian nobility among his students.

    Many of the pieces now regarded as Carulli's greatest were initially turned down by the publishers as being too hard for the average player, and it is likely that many masterpieces were lost this way. Undeterred, Carulli started publishing his pieces himself. However, the great majority of Carulli's surviving works are those that were considered 'safe' enough to be accepted by other publishers, mainly for the teaching of certain techniques or for beginners. Although he had many students and supporters, Carulli began to believe he didn't deserve his impressive reputation because most of the great works he had composed were never published.

    Confined to mainly simple pieces, Carulli wrote his world-famous method of classical guitar, "Harmony Applied to the Guitar", a collection of pieces that are still used today in tuition. At the time of publishing, the method was very popular and had many editions published.

    Later in life, Carulli began to experiment with changes in guitar construction. With Lacote, a French guitar maker, he made some significant changes for improving the sound of the guitar.

    Carulli died in Paris on February 17 , 1841 , aged 71.

    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 of all was his "Method, op. 27", published in 1810, and still used widely today in training students of the classical guitar. Carulli also composed some pieces for guitar and piano with his son Gustavo. He wrote works for chamber orchestra and other ensembles.

    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.34 achieved a measure of indirect fame in Britain as the theme tune of cult 1980s science fiction/television game show " The Adventure Game ". The Duo in G has been recorded several times, most famously by Julian Bream and John Williams.

    Aside from his immensely influential Method, published in the early 19th century and still used widely today as a means of teaching students of the classical guitar and helping experts to perfect certain techniques, he changed and improved many aspects of the early instrument to create the modern classical guitar used today.

    By the early nineteenth century the guitar had evolved from a lute -like instrument with five pairs of strings to an instrument similar to the guitar we know today, with a flat body, long neck and circular sound hole in the middle. But there were some differences. Carulli's first guitar may have had five rather than six strings, which may have been in pairs (the pairs are known as "courses") similar to the lute and vihuela . The pairing of strings produces a rich, resonant sound when the guitar is strummed but is not so effective for the picking action used in classical guitar, in marked contrast to the similarly strung lute which is usually plucked and seldom strummed. Also, the body of the instrument would have been smaller and less deep, producing a less resonant sound more like that of a violin or ukulele . Finally, the tuning pegs of the guitar were not mechanical but frictional, like those of today's violas and those used on the lute . However mechanical tuning pegs were introduced only about a hundred years ago, well after Carulli's time.

    In the later part of his life, Carulli, along with French instrument makers and guitarists Antonio de Torres Jurado and Lacote, helped to change the guitar into the larger, more resonant instrument we know today. They accomplished this by making the bulges or bouts in the side more pronounced, to produce a greater volume and surface area which made the sound better. Later Jurado also helped to make the modern form of the flamenco guitar which is lighter and smaller with a more brilliant sound than the classical.

    * [http://www.lim.it/cataloghi/musicalia003torta.htm Catalogo tematico delle opere di Ferdinando Carulli] (Mario Torta, Ed. LIM)

    * [https://rex.kb.dk/F?func=find-c&ccl_term=(WRD=Carulli%20AND%20WWW=http%20NOT%20WWW=sheetmusicnow%20NOT%20WWW=freehandmusic%20NOT%20WWW=hebeonline)&local_base=mus01&con_lng=ENG Rischel & Birket-Smith's Collection of guitar music] Det Kongelige Bibliotek, Denmark

    * [http://www.muslib.se/ebibliotek/boije/Boije_c.htm Boije Collection] The Music Library of Sweden

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    Ferdinando Carulli — Nom de naissance Ferdinando Maria Meinrado Francesco Pascale Rosario Carulli Naissance 9 février 1770 Naples … Wikipédia en Français

    Ferdinando Carulli — Ferdinando Carulli, Porträt von Julien Léopold Boilly (1796–1796) Ferdinando Maria Meinrado Rosario Carulli (* 10. Februar 1770 in Neapel; † 17. Februar 1841 in Paris) war ein italienischer Komponist und Gitarrist der Frühromantik … Deutsch Wikipedia

    List of compositions by Ferdinando Carulli — TOC This is a list of compositions by Ferdinando Carulli .Works With Opus Numbers* Op. 11 , Duo In C Major for guitar and piano * Op. 32 , Three Waltzes for guitar and piano * Op. 37 , Duo In D Major for guitar and piano * Op. 45 , Great Duo In A … Wikipedia

    Carulli — Ferdinando Maria Meinrado Rosario Carulli (* 10. Februar 1770 in Neapel; † 17. Februar 1841 in Paris) war ein italienischer Komponist und Gitarrist der Frühromantik. Ferdinando Carulli Leben Carulli erlernte zunächst das … Deutsch Wikipedia

    Carulli — Carulli, Ferdinando, Guitarrenvirtuos in Paris; er schr. über 300 Werke für sein Instrument u. Solféges pour la voix de Bassetaille avec accomp. de Pianof. mit französischem u. deutschem Text, Lpz. 1830 … Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

    Ferdinand Carulli — Ferdinando Carulli Ferdinando Carulli Nom de naissance Ferdinando Maria Meinrado Francesco Pascale Rosario Carulli Naissance 9 février 1770 Naples … Wikipédia en Français

    Carcassi — Matteo Carcassi. Matteo Carcassi (* 1792 in Florenz; † 16. Januar 1853 in Paris) war ein italienischer Gitarrist und Komponist. In seiner Jugend erlernte er das Klavierspielen, später auch die Gitarre. Mit 16 Jahren begann Carcassi in Italien… … Deutsch Wikipedia

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    Ferdinando - Meaning of Ferdinando What does Ferdinando mean?

    [ 4 syll. fer-di-nan-do, fe-rdina-ndo ] The baby boy name Ferdinando is pronounced FehR-Diy-N AE -NDuw †. Ferdinando's language of origin is Gothic and it is predominantly used in Italian.

    Ferdinando is an Italian form of the English, French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish Ferdinand.

    Ferdinando is also a form of the Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and English Fernando.

    See also the related form, the Spanish, German, and Italian Nando.

    See also the related categories, italian and gothic.

    Ferdinando is an uncommon baby name for boys. It is not in the top 1000 names. In 2016, within the group of boy names directly related to Ferdinando, Fernando was the most frequently used.

    Baby names that sound like Ferdinando include Fortunio, Fortunato, Ferdenando, Ferdinand , and Ferdinánd.

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    Statistics and meaning of name Ferdinando

    Usage: 96% firstname, 4% surname.

    Ferdinando first name was found 22076 times in 31 different countries.

    Surname Ferdinando is used at least 691 times in at least 16 countries.

    Origin of this name is German.

    Gender of firstname Ferdinando is 0% feminine and 100% masculine.

    Name written with Chinese letters: 费迪南多 (pinyin: fèi dí nán duō)

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    Name contains 10 letters - 40.00% vowels and 60.00% consonants.

    Misspells: Ferdinondo Feldinando Ferrdinando Ferdynando Ferdjnando Ferdenando Ferdinandoa Fredinando Ferdinanod Ferdinadno

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