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Adios Muchacha
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Adios Muchacha

Compositeur: PIERRAT Fabrice

DZ 2154

Intermédiaire

ISBN: 978-2-89737-071-8 

2 guitares

4 p. + parties séparées

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Description

"In the opening section of Adios Muchacha there's a distinct melodic similarity to the dramatic Michael Carr composition Man of Mystery, which was used in the 1960s as the theme to the 'Edgar Wallace Mysteries' series of films. This tune was also a hit for the group 'The Shadows' who, coincidentally, included a piece, also titled Adios Muchacha, on their 1972 album 'Mustang'. Anyone who can remember this Carr composition will know that it is a very captivating tune, as is this similar one by Pierrat. The tango rhythm established in the first section is carried on through the next two sections with, once again, strong, attractive melody lines. This is a most appealing work which, due to its brevity, would make an ideal encore and leave the audience with one of those tunes which stick in the memory for days on end. My one small quibble is the fact that guitar two plays the accompaniment throughout, leaving all the single-note melody lines to guitar one; it would have been nice to share the responsibility a little more perhaps. Due to some of the difficult stretches required in the accompaniment, this duet is really only suitable for the grade 6-7 players."

 Steve Marsh (Classical Guitar Magazine)

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