Argentinian Music

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by phikfy » Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:17 am

Is there anyone who has Carlos Lopez Buchardo Cancion del Carretero (trans. solo piano by Leornado Brunelli)? I really feel desperate for locating this score. Could someone scan and post it? It's obviously out of print and I can't order any where online. Thank you for your help!

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by mballan » Sun Jan 12, 2014 2:29 pm

Alfredo Berisso. Born 1876 Argentina; died 1931, Italy. Unfortunately, I can find no other biographical information on this composer.

These two pieces are from a set of four [alas I do not have Nos, 3 & 4] called Impressioni. There is also a 1st series of pieces under the same title - useful list of works given at the end of No. 1 Pirotecnica sul mare.

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Berisso A - Impressioni series 2 - No. 1 Pirotecnica sul mare
Berisso A - Impressioni series 2 - No. 1 Pirotecnica sul mare.pdf
Berisso A - Impressioni series 2 - No. 2 Iberica
Berisso A - Impressioni series 2 - No. 2 Iberica.pdf
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Re: Argentinian music

Post by Riodk » Sun Jan 12, 2014 8:32 pm

From Kulas Music Library.
Berisso_Impressioni series 2_No 4-5_Il gatto ed il topo, Il tombolo.pdf
Berisso_Suite de danses no 3.pdf
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Re: Argentinian Music

Post by emzett » Mon Apr 14, 2014 7:16 am

Has anyone information on and/or scores by Juan Carlos Paz? Thanks in advance.
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Re: Argentinian Music

Post by Mercuzio » Tue Apr 26, 2016 7:51 pm

Astor Piazzolla: Chiquilin de Bachin (The little beggar boy)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UonwYu0QtLQ
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Re: Argentinian Music

Post by phikfy » Wed Apr 27, 2016 4:19 am

Thanks for the Piazzolla arrangement. Beautiful! Hope you can do more transcriptions for Piazzolla, Mercuzio.

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Re: Argentinian Music

Post by Mercuzio » Wed Apr 27, 2016 6:24 am

phikfy wrote:Thanks for the Piazzolla arrangement. Beautiful! Hope you can do more transcriptions for Piazzolla, Mercuzio.
Thanks, I would like to work on Piazzolla's music but I think that most of his compositions have already a good arrangement for piano. This piece was suggested by a Youtuber because I didn't know it. Do you have any other suggestion?

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Re: Argentinian Music

Post by phikfy » Wed Apr 27, 2016 6:50 am

Mercuzio wrote:
phikfy wrote:Thanks for the Piazzolla arrangement. Beautiful! Hope you can do more transcriptions for Piazzolla, Mercuzio.
Thanks, I would like to work on Piazzolla's music but I think that most of his compositions have already a good arrangement for piano. This piece was suggested by a Youtuber because I didn't know it. Do you have any other suggestion?
To be honest, I long to play a solo piano version of Le Grand Tango. This one is really a quint-essential Piazzolla piece for me. I wonder why nobody tried his hands on this before.

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Re: Argentinian Music

Post by Mercuzio » Wed Apr 27, 2016 8:36 am

phikfy wrote:
Mercuzio wrote:
phikfy wrote:Thanks for the Piazzolla arrangement. Beautiful! Hope you can do more transcriptions for Piazzolla, Mercuzio.
Thanks, I would like to work on Piazzolla's music but I think that most of his compositions have already a good arrangement for piano. This piece was suggested by a Youtuber because I didn't know it. Do you have any other suggestion?
To be honest, I long to play a solo piano version of Le Grand Tango. This one is really a quint-essential Piazzolla piece for me. I wonder why nobody tried his hands on this before.
Well, I'm listening to it right now. There is also a 2 pianos version. This maybe is why nobody attempted to do it for solo piano.
In my opinion is quite a harsh (strident) piece and the few melodic parts emerge only with strings.
Anyway I'll try to get an original score and see if something can be done, but I'm not optimistic about it.
Thanks anyway for your suggestion.

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Re: Argentinian Music

Post by lito valle » Fri Jul 08, 2016 3:41 am

Juan Carlos Paz

Rítmica Ostinata
(1942)

Orchestra score
(nms)

http://www6.zippyshare.com/v/oxdJWWKO/file.html

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