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Jupiter
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Jupiter

Compositeur: KINDLE Jürg

DZ 935

Intermédiaire

ISBN: 2-89500-785-3

Guitare seule

8 p.

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https://open.spotify.com/album/2uAxbNxM4LOVAf9FF76bhP?si=1bpsRIEfRWmU0CP_Z01dDg

The third in this continuing series is devoted to Holst's Bringer of Jollity, Jupiter; although, l have my doubts as to whether our composer here feels the same about Jupiter as Holst did.
The piece is entirely to be played in a very strange tuning 1st to D, 2nd and 3rd to A, 4th to D, 5th to A and 6th to D, but before that has you racing for the nearest exit, let me explain that Kindle has kindly included a tablature underneath the notation.
What first strikes you is that it spends 90-per-cent of its time running around in quaver arpeggios and as a result becomes very folklike in places. The odd arrangement of open strings creates a very individual atmosphere, which continues for some four pages or more, before a Liberamente interrupts the flow, if not for very long. Then a sudden Allegro Molto consisting of a new idea largely built up from hammers on and pull-offs, again sounding very folk-like in construction, which suddenly puts on a spurt and becomes prestissimo. A second liberamente leads to a return to the opening sections once more and finally to a coda that dies away on a repetitive arpeggio sweep up and down the strings, fading gently into the distance.
Chris Dumigan (Classical Guitar Magazine)













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