Juan Arriaga: Tres Cuartetos For String Quartet (Parts)

Books | String Quartet

Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Juan Arriaga was born in Bilbao on January 27, 1806 and died in Paris on January 17, 1826. He was a true musical artist, having composed his first work - the 'Ensayo De Octeto Nada y Mucho' when he was 11 years old; when he was 12, an 'Obertura' and, when 14, the opera in two acts 'Los Esclavos Felices' and the 'Variaciones, La Hungara' - productions of perfect construction.
No of pages: 104
Language: Spanish
Catalogue No: UME23920

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        GB keen amateur violin player
        Clear print
        font/staff size a bit small for my poor eyesight
        Confirmed purchase: 20 February 2017
        Published on: 10 March 2017

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        Only played these 4 weeks ago, never heard of him, but loved them so had to buy a set, Not too difficult, and lovely music.
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