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Musique facile pour 4 guitares - Suisse (Anneli)
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Musique facile pour 4 guitares - Suisse (Anneli)

Compositeur: KINDLE Jürg

DZ 1169

Facile

ISBN: 978-2-89655-068-5

4 guitares

8 p. + parties séparées

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Description

Cette série a été conçue pour les quatuors de guitaristes débutants à intermédiaires.
Un outil pédagogique indispensable!

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This is part of the publisher's fast-expanding «Easy Music For 4 Guitars« series, featuring music from around the world. This particular piece is a theme and variations on an old Swiss song set in D minor and with Guitar Four tuned down to 6=D. The ten-bar theme is asserted first with the tune passing between guitars one and two. Variation One is rather clever - guitars three and four play arpeggios, and guitar two manages to weave scale segments in and out, while over the top the tune is reasserted unmodified. Variation Two is more a «galop« with the tune moving to guitar two and full of repeated notes to give a constant «William Tell Overture« rhythm. A countermelody sits alongside, with arpeggios underneath and little waterfalls of notes on top. Variation Three will work best if guitar one observes the fingering and takes the slightly embellished tune further up the neck to become what is essentially the «slow movement« in the set. Simple writing here plus plenty of space between top and bottom parts gives a refreshing open sound. Variation Four is busy with little groups of quavers echoed back and forth. Not fugal but creating that effect. Variation Five is in 6/8 time with a bouncy bassline. A waltz finishes the set, and one which is not labelled as a variation, and which is sixteen bars rather than ten. A Da Capo back to the opening theme concludes the set. These 10-bar miniatures are all straightforward, Guitar One ventures as high as the sixth position, and there are a few high notes elsewhere, but rhythmically, technically and musically this is something that novices will find robust and enjoyable to play. The entire part-score sits on one face of A3 paper, so there are no page turns to worry about in this end-to-end performance.
Derek Hasted (Classical Guitar Magazine)

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