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Italian Portrait: Guitar Trio/Quartet

Boccherini, Respighi, Mascagni, Spazzoli

PUBLISHER: Ricordi
INSTRUMENTATION: Guitar Quartet
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score and Parts
This series presents some of the most significant works of European and Latin American music from the last three centuries transcribed for chamber guitar ensemble (in formations ranging from duo to quartet). The works contained in each volume have been selected both for their intrinsic artistic
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Publisher Ricordi
Instrumentation Guitar Quartet
Grade of Difficulty Band Grade 3
Number of pages 60
Language IT-ENG(UK)
Product Format Score and Parts
Description Product Type Set
Genre Classical
Year of Publication 2020
ISMN 9790041830735
Series Ricordi Guitar Ensemble
No. ER 00307300
Product Dimensions 30,5 x 22,9 cm
Text language English;Italian
Description
This series presents some of the most significant works of European and Latin American music from the last three centuries transcribed for chamber guitar ensemble (in formations ranging from duo to quartet). The works contained in each volume have been selected both for their intrinsic artistic value and their potential to enhance sound production and playing technique. All of the transcriptions are strictly faithful to the original texts and have been reworked in order to make them suitable for players at all levels, from novice to professional. “Guitar Ensemble” is therefore an effective aid for the study of ensemble music from middle and high school up to a conservatory level. Italian Portrait is a selection of works of the Italian composers Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805), Ottorino Respighi (1879-1936), Pietro Mascagni (1863-1945) and Alessandro Spazzoli (1964).
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