Giulio Regondi (1822 in either Geneva or Lyon – in London) was an Italian classical guitarist, concertinist and composer. Regondi was a child prodigy. Fernando Sor dedicated his Souvenir d'amitié, op. 46 to Regondi in 1831, when the boy was just nine. There is a reference to his appearing in London in 1831, presented as a child prodigy of the guitar. Most of Regondi's music was written for the English system concertina however, at which he was a virtuoso, though his guitar music is probably better known. His works for solo guitar comprise a set of etudes and five larger works.
|Air Varie, Op.21||Aria / Arietta||Guitar|
|Air Varie, Op.22||Aria / Arietta||Guitar|
|Introduction et Caprice, Op.23||Caprice||Guitar|
|Etude no. 6||Etude||Guitar|
|Reverie - Nocturne, Op.19||Nocturne||Guitar|
|Fete Villageoise, Op.20||Rondo||Guitar|