Spanish for Two Guitars Music (Dos Guitarras Españolas) Spanish Guitar Duets by Kacha Metreveli MB30408 R Spanish Music for Two Guitars (Dos Guitarras Españolas) by Kacha. Front Cover.
Author: FELIX SCHELL
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
Experience the magic of Spanish guitar music with new compositions from author Kacha Metreveli. The material is written for two guitars andencompasses styles such as Malaguena, Festiva, Habanera, Capricho and more. Eleven duets of intermediate to advanced difficulty are presented, including the following compositions: Dos Guitarras Espanolas (Festiva) Recuerdos Alma Espanola (Capricho) Jota Aragonesa Homenaje a los Romeros (Malaguena) Homenaje a Tarrega (Habanera) Fandango Paterna de Rivera (Petenera) Souvenir de Espana (Zapateado)Homenaje a Segovia (Tonadilla)Adios Amigos! (Postlude) The bonus piece "Fandango No. 2" requires two players on one guitar at the same time!
The guitar , which has so long been not only the favourite but the characteristic instrument of Spain , is the Arab Kintara , 2 which is still played by the Moslems of Tunis . The development of Spanish national music , indeed , has ...
See Yakely, “New Sources of Spanish Music for the Five-Course Guitar.” It is evident from this article's bibliography that there are very few sources dating back to the first half of the seventeenth century.
Author: Lex Eisenhardt
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
One of Europe's foremost experts on early guitar music explores this little known but richly rewarding repertoire.
Helpful playing tips and plenty of fingerings are included, making this your ultimate source for Spanish guitar pieces.
Author: Howard Wallach
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Company
Contains some of the most popular pieces ever written for guitar, including Malague?a, El Testamento de Amelia, Lagrima and Recuerdos de la Alhambra. Helpful playing tips and plenty of fingerings are included, making this your ultimate source for Spanish guitar pieces. Every piece is written in standard music notation and easy-to-read tablature showing exactly where each note should be played on the guitar.
Like his fantasias for vihuela, Fuenllana's guitar pieces are composed in a strict, contrapuntal style that is virtually devoid of ornamental passagework. Regrettably, little Spanish music survives for the four-course guitar after the ...
Author: James Tyler
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
'Books on the history of the guitar are not in short supply but this one is one of the very best... Tyler's contribution is excellent... The Guitar and Its Music will open the eyes of those who think that the instrument is fit only for rock stars, born-again evangelists - and the occasional Prime Minister.' -Anthony Pryer, Times Literary SupplementFollowing James Tyler's earlier introduction to the history, repertory, and playing techniques of the four- and five-course guitar (The Early Guitar, OUP 1980), which performers and scholars of Renaissance and Baroque guitar and lute music and classical guitarists found valuable and enlightening, this new book, written in collaboration with Paul Sparks and incorporating the latest ideas and research, is an authoritative guide to the history and repertory of the guitar from the Renaissance to the dawn of the Classical era.
An exciting new series of guitar ensemble music. Each title includes a full score and parts for four guitars and optional bass guitar. Teacher and student performance notes and a listening CD are included.
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
An exciting new series of guitar ensemble music. Each title includes a full score and parts for four guitars and optional bass guitar. Teacher and student performance notes and a listening CD are included. "Romanza" is easily one of the most beautiful and popular pieces in the classical guitar repertoire. The song was originally popularized by the Spanish guitar virtuoso Andres Segovia. Because of the tune's "guitaristic" nature, this arrangement sounds very impressive but is, in fact, very simple. Perfect for concerts and recitals. Easy level: appropriate for middle and high school students in Level 1 of the Method.
Flamenco is a style of Spanish music that blends song, guitar, and dance. It is believed that this music was brought to Spain hundreds of years ago by migrating Gypsies. Flamenco guitar players often use the fingerstyle technique, ...
Author: Will Schmid
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
(Essential Elements Guitar). Take your guitar teaching to a new level! Hal Leonard's top-selling comprehensive method for band and strings is now also available for guitar. With the time-tested classroom teaching methods of Will Schmid and Bob Morris and popular songs in a variety of styles, Essential Elements for Guitar is sure to become a staple of guitar teachers' instruction and get beginning guitar students off to a great start. This method has been designed to meet the National Standards for Music Education, with features such as cross-curricular activities, quizzes, multicultural songs, basic improvisation and more. Concepts covered in Book 1 include: getting started; basic music theory; guitar chords; notes on each string; ensemble playing; and much more! Songs used in Book 1 include such hits as: Dust in the Wind * Eleanor Rigby * Every Breath You Take * Hey Jude * Hound Dog * Let It Be * Ode to Joy * Rock Around the Clock * Stand By Me * Surfin' USA * Sweet Home Chicago * This Land Is Your Land * You Really Got Me * and more!
One might call this the guitar's inter-textual expression, a feature of the new guitarscape which adds to its symbolic and economic cachet. In Spain ... The names of many Spanish art music composers are synonymous with guitar music.
Author: Kevin Dawe
In The New Guitarscape, Kevin Dawe argues for a re-assessment of guitar studies in the light of more recent musical, social, cultural and technological developments that have taken place around the instrument. The author considers that a detailed study of the guitar in both contemporary and cross-cultural perspectives is now absolutely essential and that such a study must also include discussion of a wide range of theoretical issues, literature, musical cultures and technologies as they come to bear upon the instrument. Dawe presents a synthesis of previous work on the guitar, but also expands the terms by which the guitar might be studied. Moreover, in order to understand the properties and potential of the guitar as an agent of music, culture and society, the author draws from studies in science and technology, design theory, material culture, cognition, sensual culture, gender and sexuality, power and agency, ethnography (real and virtual) and globalization. Dawe presents the guitar as an instrument of scientific investigation and part of the technology of globalization, created and disseminated through corporate culture and cottage industry, held close to the body but taken away from the body in cyberspace, and involved in an enormous variety of cultural interactions and political exchanges in many different contexts around the world. In an effort to understand the significance and meaning of the guitar in the lives of those who may be seen to be closest to it, as well as providing a critically-informed discussion of various approaches to guitar performance, technologies and techniques, the book includes discussion of the work of a wide range of guitarists, including Robert Fripp, Kamala Shankar, Newton Faulkner, Lionel Loueke, Sharon Isbin, Steve Vai, Bob Brozman, Kaki King, Fred Frith, John 5, Jennifer Batten, Guthrie Govan, Dominic Frasca, I Wayan Balawan, Vicki Genfan and Hasan Cihat ?ter.
He showed that one could play a Spanish guitar that was something more than flamenco, that embraced the clas- sical tradition while being resolutely modern, and in so doing he drew countless students to the instrument.
Author: Ilan Stavans
Category: Social Science
This definitive two-volume encyclopedia of Latin music spans 5 centuries and 25 countries, showcasing musicians from Celia Cruz to Plácido Domingo and describing dozens of rhythms and essential themes. • Covers nearly every conceivable aspect of Latin music across almost 1,000 pages of insightful, authoritative information • Makes clear to readers how diverse and varied "Latin music" is in its integration of influences as unexpected as the Arab world and Russia, and results from European and aboriginal cultures intermingling throughout history • Examines why the United States in general continues to be the epicenter of Latin music and how cities such as New York and Los Angeles influence modern Latin music
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The Music of Isaac Albeniz for Two Guitars Michael Newman, Laura Oltman. ABOUT THE MUSIC What is the sound of Spanish music? And what makes the musicoflsaac Albénizsoevocative of the many sights, sounds, even fragrances of Spain?
Author: Michael Oltman
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
Arranged and transcribed for guitar duet by Michael Oltman and Laura Newman, here are 15 pieces by virtuoso pianist and composer Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909). Includes the complete selections from Albeniz suites, Cantos de Espana and Suite Espanola in their original form and keys retaining the essence of the piano scores. The book includes the score, first guitar part and second guitar part.
(Easy Guitar). Easy arrangements with tab of favorites by Albeniz, Granados, Sor, Tarrega, and others. Includes: Cielito Lindo * Lagrima * Leyenda * Malaguena * La Paloma * Salamanca * and more. Also includes a demonstration CD.
It is a stereo recording, and it does contain every selection in the book. None of the repeats suggested in the printed scores have been taken off or put on the recording.
Author: GIOVANNI DE CHIARO
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
This fine solo guitar text, written in notation and tablature, offers a brilliant array of music from many centuries. Composers represented (Aguado, Tarrega, Sanz, Angurea, and others) present a colorful spectrum of the melodies, styles, moods, and temperaments that have characterized guitar music of Spain. the instrumentation on the recording is the solo classical guitar. It is a stereo recording, and it does contain every selection in the book. None of the repeats suggested in the printed scores have been taken off or put on the recording. It is up to the discretion of the individual performer to add or delete these as necessary.
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Author: Laura Klugherz
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
A unique guide to approximately 300 works by over 150 20th-century Spanish composers for the violin and viola.
Release on 2015-06-26 | by Lars Christian Lundholm
First recorded in Madrid sometime between 1897 and 1901 and published in Argentina in 1913, Spanish Romance gained worldwide fame in Rene Clements 1952 film Jeux interdits also known as Forbidden Games Sheet Music for Guitar arranged by ...
Author: Lars Christian Lundholm
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
This world-famous traditional piece of guitar music has been recorded as songs by among others Tom Jones, Julio Iglesias, Mike Oldfield and Mireille Mathieu is of either of Spanish or South American origins. Typically it has been attributed to Antonio Rubira, David del Castillo, Francisco Tarrega, Fernando Sor, Daniel Fortea, Miguel Llobet, Antonio Cano, Vicente Gomez and Narciso Yepes but most likely it is an anonymous composers work. First recorded in Madrid sometime between 1897 and 1901 and published in Argentina in 1913, Spanish Romance gained worldwide fame in Rene Clements 1952 film Jeux interdits also known as Forbidden Games Sheet Music for Guitar arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm. Spanish Romance is also known by alternative title: Romance Anonimo, Estudio en Mi de Rubira, Romance de Espana, Romance of the Guitar, Romanza, Romance d'Amour, Forbidden Games, Quiero, Amour Defendu, Du aer den ende, Walzer der Liebe, You are the only one, Study in E by Rubira. ....
sardana, a vital urban-rural circle dance, serving as an emblem of Catalonian identity Figure 5 Men play a guitar and ... Important among the simple and old idiophones used in Spanish folk music are castanets (castañuelas 'chestnuts'), ...
Author: Timothy Rice
First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Today, Contemporary artists such as Sting, Willie Nelson, Peter White, Eric Clapton, and Eddie Van Halen continue to influence the music world with the use of Spanish guitar. What you should know when learning to Play Spanish Guitar.
Author: Robert Johnson
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Performing Arts
It is not hard for a newbie to learn to play the guitar, the guitar is among the simplest instruments you can learn to play, know that 65% of the American people know how to play the guitar. If you are unaccustomed playing guitar then it can look a little bit overpowering, but take it from me when i tell that it is pretty well to do and if you are able to get past the learning curve it is truly a great deal of fun to play guitar. With this ebook discover: - Getting to know guitar tabs - Buyers guide to electric guitars - What you need to know about the acoustic guitar - And More GRAB A COPY TODAY!