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Introduction et Danse
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Introduction et Danse

Compositeur: BOUTROS Laurent

DZ 1418


ISBN: 978-2-89655-317-4

Guitare et violon

8 p. + parties séparées


This latest work by this Parisian composer follows on from a trend of basing his music from 1992 onwards on music imbued with the characteristic modes and rhythms of Asia Minor.
The opening Introduction is a mixture of 5/8 and 6/8, and although set in A minor, makes much use of the G# and Bb in its harmonies. The guitar and flute (or violin) have a flowing melody that moves quite quickly before suddenly pausing on a D chord. that brings in the Danse.
This section now turns to 2/4 with the guitar playing an “um-diddle, um-ching” type of rhythm that underpins a melody that sounds like a clone of if I Were A Rich Man from “Fiddler a The Roof”, A slower section moves to the relative minor before the initial idea returns and everything hurtles along to its final conclusion.
Both musicians have to be good players as nothing is very easy for them. The music itself is pleasant and very eastern in style but is very friendly music and lots of fun for players and audiences alike. It is not very long (only 160 bars) and would fit well into any concert where something a little exotic might work well.
Chris Dumigan (Classical Guitar Magazine)

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