ROMANTIC GUITAR ANTHOLOGY, VOLUME 3

18 Original Works & Transcriptions
R$ 109,99

Disponibilidade: Em estoque

Código: 49018152

Editora: Hal Leonard

Idioma: Inglês

Arranjador: Jens Franke

Instrumento: Violão

Formato: Livro / CD / Partituras / 48 páginas

UPC: 841886012646

Romantic Guitar Anthology Vol.3 is a graded repertoire book suitable for students of c.5-7 years of playing experience.
Well-established teaching pieces by leading 19th Century composer-guitarists Carcassi and Giuliani are presented alongside more rarely available works by José Ferrer and Johann Kaspar Mertz. Also included are carefully selected transcriptions of works by Schumann and Johann Strauss. 
Composer biographies and extensive teaching notes on each piece are included together with a CD recording of all of the works in the anthology, performed by Jens Franke. 

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Graded pieces in progressive order with a CD of performances, plus composer biographies and extensive practice notes for each piece. Late Intermediate to Advanced Level. 

Romantic Guitar Anthology Vol.3 is a graded repertoire book suitable for students of c.5-7 years of playing experience.
Well-established teaching pieces by leading 19th Century composer-guitarists Carcassi and Giuliani are presented alongside more rarely available works by José Ferrer and Johann Kaspar Mertz. Also included are carefully selected transcriptions of works by Schumann and Johann Strauss.
Composer biographies and extensive teaching notes on each piece are included together with a CD recording of all of the works in the anthology, performed by Jens Franke.

Conteúdo:

J. Ferrer y Esteve: Tango
J.K. Mertz: Scherzo
M. Carcassi: Andante
N. Coste: Barcarole
R. Schumann: Soldatenmarsch
J. Vinas: Tango
Polka
R. Schumann: Erster Verlust
J. Ferrer y Esteve: Jota aragonesa facile
F. Sor: Allegretto
J. Ferrer y Esteve: Allegretto
J.K. Mertz: Mazurka
J. Strauss: Man lebt nur einmal
H. Marschner: Bagatelle
M. Giuliani: Allegretto
Le Romarin
N. Paganini: Sonata
J. K. Mertz: Rondino