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Adame Concierto Clásico for Guitar and orchestra.

Adame Concierto Clásico for Guitar and orchestra.

$25.95

 Edited by Byron Fogo, piano reduction by Lilia Vázquez, revised by Manuel Rubio and Joel Almazón with an introduction by Alejandro L. Madrid. In July 19 of 1930, Rafael Adame performed his Concierto for guitar and orchestra, with the orchestral part reduced to a piano score by himself. The concerto was performed again in a well publicized concert on February 5, 1933, at the Anfiteatro de la Escuela Nacional Preparatoria. The historical importance of this concerto is that i…

Asafiev-Concerto for guitar and orchestra

Asafiev-Concerto for guitar and orchestra

$24.95

Boris Asafiev (1884-1949) was perhaps the most important musicologist, critic and writer in the Soviet Union during the early decades of the century. Asafiev was introduced to the guitar by Andrés Segovia, during the latter’s 1926 tour of the Soviet Union. Probably with Segovia’s encouragement, Asafiev set to write music for the guitar. The result of his work in this direction were the Six Romances and 12 Preludes for Solo Guitar, and the present guitar concerto in G Major, al…

Asafiev-Concerto for guitar and Orchestra

Asafiev-Concerto for guitar and Orchestra

$39.95

Boris Asafiev (1884-1949) was perhaps the most important musicologist, critic and writer in the Soviet Union during the early decades of the century. Asafiev was introduced to the guitar by Andrés Segovia, during the latter°s 1926 tour of the Soviet Union. Probably with Segovia’s encouragement, Asafiev set to write music for the guitar. The result of his work in this direction were the Six Romances and 12 Preludes for Solo Guitar, and the present guitar concerto in G Major, all …

Bardanashvili, Concerto for guitar and Chamber Orchestra

Bardanashvili, Concerto for guitar and Chamber Orchestra

$29.95

The Concerto for Guitar and Chamber Orchestra by Josef Bardanashvili was first performed in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, on 23, October, 1979. The performance was presented at the Malie Zal (Small Hall) of the Tbilisi Conservatory under the auspices of the Georgian Union of Composers. The Georgian Chamber orchestra was conducted by E. Isakadze and the solo part was played by Ike Sarkisian, for whom this concerto was originally written. This is the composer’s first experiment involving pol…

Lhoyer Concerto Op. 16

Lhoyer Concerto Op. 16

$39.95

Antoine de Lhoyer was born on 6 September 1768 in Clermont-Ferrand, in the heart of France. His family appears to have been a well-to-do famille bourgeoise. Little is known about his childhood, but one source states that he studied music in Paris with excellent masters. In the early autumn of 1789 he embarked upon a military career by entering the Gardes du Corps du Roi, where he served until the imprisonment of the Royal Family in 1791. De Lhoyer left the country at the end of 1791 and went to …

Paganini/Lendle Concerto-Score &String parts

Paganini/Lendle Concerto-Score &String parts

$39.95

The orchestrator says: Ever since I became acquainted with this Grand Sonata, I always considered it as a potential guitar concerto. Eventually the idea of orchestrating it, or simply remaking it as a concerto was born. Although on first glance the notion of basing the orchestration on the original accompanying violin part seems logical, soon I had to realize that this way was only partially valid. While the violin part in the original ensemble was charged with providing a dialog with the solo…

Paganini/Lendle Concerto-Solo&CD

Paganini/Lendle Concerto-Solo&CD

$24.95

The orchestrator says: Ever since I became acquainted with this Grand Sonata, I always considered it as a potential guitar concerto. Eventually the idea of orchestrating it, or simply remaking it as a concerto was born. Although on first glance the notion of basing the orchestration on the original accompanying violin part seems logical, soon I had to realize that this way was only partially valid. While the violin part in the original ensemble was charged with providing a dialog with the solo i…

Shand - First Concerto Op. 48.

Shand - First Concerto Op. 48.

$39.95

The First Concerto Op. 48 by Ernest Shand represents the first composition in this genre by a British composer. It is a traditional work that exhibits resource and originality and reflects Shand's evolving style. Unity of form was less important to him than colour and melody, and he preferred to introduce new themes rather than develop existing ideas. The scoring is diaphanous, imaginatively conceived to enhance the guitar's tonal qualities. It is this harmonious balance between the guit…

Uspensky - Musical Sketches

Uspensky - Musical Sketches

$29.95

The Musical Sketches on Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin for guitar and chamber ensemble is a twentieth century commentary on this famous nineteenth century novel in verse, imbued in the distinctive mood of the societal and cultural atmosphere that inspired it. Composed in 1990 the work was first performed in Leningrad on May 18, 1991, by Ilia Permiakov with the Leningrad State Chamber Orchestra directed by Ravil Martynov. It is published in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of this…

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