Rossini, Mozart, & al.

Serenades from the 19th-Century Salon on period instruments

Jan Boland, flute
John Dowdall, guitar

Recorded August 1991 at King Chapel, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa.

Eleven-keyed flute by Stephan Koch, Vienna, c. 1820
Guitar by Anton Hasslwanter, Innsbruck, c. 1850

Recording Engineer: Ralph Dopmeyer
Design: The Philidor Company, Boston
Cover art: Illustration from La Guitaromanie, Studio per Edizioni Scelte, Florence.
Total playing time: 65:53


  • Gioacchino Rossini (arranged by Ferdinando Carulli)
    Airs du Barbier de Seville
  • W. A. Mozart (arranged by John Dowdall)
    Canzonetta from Don Giovanni - "Deh, vieni alla finestra"
  • Mauro Giuliani
    Grande Serenade, opus 82
  • Friedrich Kuhlau (arranged by John Dowdall)
    Divertissement, opus 68, No. 5
  • Gaetano Donizetti (arranged by F. W. Arnold)
    Potpourri sur des motifs de l'opera moderne Belisario

About the Performers

Jan Dockendorff Boland holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from the University of Iowa and specializes in the performance practices of 18th- and 19th-century music. She is active as both a performer and a teacher on historic flute as well as modern flute.

John Dowdall is active as a performer and teacher. He holds degrees in guitar performance, theory, and musicology, and studied at the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna. He specializes in the performance of chamber music on the 19-century guitar.

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