One of the pieces of lesson 1 is the "Campanella". I just found some interesting background information that I would like to share with my fellow students.
A long time, the piece was considered an original composition by Tárrega, untill the work of De Fossa became more famous.
There's a French blogger (Le Lutin d'Ecouves) who made an interesting website about the history of Les Folies d'Espagne. He wrote more then 35 blogs about all the different variations composers wrote on this theme, through history. [Who doesn't know Conquest of Paradise by Vangelis? It's based on the Tema.Andante that comes right after the introduction).
Blog nr. 37 is about Francois de Fossa http://lelutindecouves.blogspot.fr/2011 ... ne-37.html
On this page there's a recording by Kazuhito Yamashita of De Fossa's Op. 12 Cinquième Fantaisie sur l’air Des Folies d’Espagne. The opus has an Introduction, Tema, 6 variations and a Coda. The piece from the lesson book is it's not called Campanella, but only: Variation 2. It starts on 2:44. Kazuhito finishes it in 24 seconds, against the 54 seconds in the Delcamp video. OK, Kazuhito is a bit too fast, but the piece according to De Fossa should be played at 104 bpm, significantly faster then the lesson video and the bpm=92 in the lesson book.
You can download the original score at at the website that provides free scores (words separated by -). Google for partition=4555.
It's also in the Rischel & Birket-Smith's Collection. http://www2.kb.dk/elib/noder/rischel/RiBS0229.pdf