Argentinian Music

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by FW190 » Tue May 07, 2013 2:22 pm

Here you go (unf. the res. of your file is only 72 dpi).
Resta.-.Three-pieces-for-pno-(Lottermoser-Edition-1945).pdf
Resta, Jose - Aire de Tango, Vidalita, Bailecito-(4c).pdf
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Re: Argentinian music

Post by mvaldes » Tue May 07, 2013 3:43 pm

FW190 wrote:Here you go (unf. the res. of your file is only 72 dpi).
Resta.-.Three-pieces-for-pno-(Lottermoser-Edition-1945).pdf
Resta, Jose - Aire de Tango, Vidalita, Bailecito-(4c).pdf
Thank you for the Resta.

I found Barenboim playing "his" version of Bailecito (he explains this in the introduction)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlrxkX2-53I

Thanks again,

Miguel

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by Scriabinoff » Tue May 07, 2013 4:29 pm

FW190 wrote:Here you go (unf. the res. of your file is only 72 dpi).
Resta.-.Three-pieces-for-pno-(Lottermoser-Edition-1945).pdf
Resta, Jose - Aire de Tango, Vidalita, Bailecito-(4c).pdf
A warm and hearty monstrous kind thanks for your help w the repair and merge, apologies for the difficulty I had on my end in getting this up for folks (shoddy online free pdf converter and merge programs all seem to be quite buggy even in their good moments, and my 'source' images were not great to begin with, I would have scanned at higher res which would have given a more user friendly b&w but at least the color one is playable! 8-) ).

I have more to upload but let me see if I can do some better prework on the files before I post them, I just wanted to get this nice set of pieces up sooner vs later.

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by Scriabinoff » Wed May 08, 2013 11:19 am

as promised, Jose Resta's Berceuse (manuscript), I do not know if there is a machine typeset published version of this, still given the scan and type of score, surprisingly easy to read.
Resta, Jose - Berceuse.pdf
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Re: Argentinian music

Post by Scriabinoff » Wed May 08, 2013 11:23 am

Resta, Jose - Voz de Amor (Valse Lento Para Piano).pdf
Okay, I am all " Resta - ed " out for now
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Re: Argentinian music

Post by phikfy » Thu Jul 04, 2013 6:18 am

Saenz - Aquel Buenos Aires.pdf
Pedro Saenz - Aquel Buenos Aires

My scan. Might have copyright problem, but I still post because this score is hard to acquire. Everyone knows that Melos is not that responsive. If the moderator wants to remove the file, please just do. But I am sure everyone will welcome this rare and admirable set of piano music.

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by Jim Faston » Thu Jul 04, 2013 8:16 pm

phikfy wrote:
Saenz - Aquel Buenos Aires.pdf
Pedro Saenz - Aquel Buenos Aires

My scan. Might have copyright problem, but I still post because this score is hard to acquire. Everyone knows that Melos is not that responsive. If the moderator wants to remove the file, please just do. But I am sure everyone will welcome this rare and admirable set of piano music.

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Many thanks--I especially like the Vals Criollo.

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by alfor » Tue Nov 05, 2013 12:41 pm

A salon trifle.

Not sure regarding nationality (he may be the lost elder brother of Isaac :mrgreen: )

Albaniz La perla de los tangos.pdf
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Re: Argentinian music

Post by fleubis » Tue Nov 05, 2013 3:04 pm

alfor wrote:A salon trifle.

Not sure regarding nationality (he may be the lost elder brother of Isaac :mrgreen: )

Albaniz La perla de los tangos.pdf
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Definitely not Albeniz quality, but you sure can dance to it! Didn't know Isaac had a lost older brother. And yes, Alfred, they do the tango here, too.

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by phikfy » Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:33 am

Does anyone has the idea how to locate the score of Lito Vitale's Suite Argentina? I would be pleased to order a copy if I know where I can find the publisher. Thanks.

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