Fictional drama about the meeting between Nadia Boulanger and Astor Piazzola that changed both the history of tango and the life of the musician. The famous author of Adios Nonino, Libertango, and Oblivion abandoned when young the tango and the bandoneon to learn and compose classical music. The meeting with the famous French music teacher Nadia Boulanger helped Piazzola to retrieve his musical roots and to revolutionize the Argentine tango with new techniques. Without Boulanger, Piazzolla would have never existed as such. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Betsy Beard. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/062053/bk_acx0_062053_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
TangoThe title of the piece speaks for itself.The composition Tango lends itself to being performed within the framework of young soloists´ competitions and can, in general, also be used in exams. For professional musicians, it might be the ideal complement to the second set of their recital programme. The arrangement at hand is suitable for many different instruments.Nombre de pages :16
11 tango classics and original compositions span a wide range of passionate music: Tango, Milonga and Vals. These arrangements for 2 saxophones are a great change for lessons and concerts. Suitable for intermediate standard.A. Gardel/A. Le Pera: Por una cabezaB. Monk: ¡Que dupla!A. Piazzolla: Verano PorteñoA. Villoldo: El chocloB. Monk: Otro rumboB. Monk: Milonga del ParqueC. Gardell/A. Le Pera: VolverB. Monk: Al sol de la mañanaB. Monk: Esos ojos azulesA. Villoldo: El esquinazoA. Piazzolla: Lo que vendráDifficulty: intermediateISMN: 979-0-2063-1014-0Publisher: advance music GmbHUPC: 805095071603page number: 32
Tango La InvitaciónWritten in 1999 at the invitation of Eugene Symphony Orchestra conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya for his innovative program Tango Lesson, which also featured tangos by Piazzolla, Gardel and Stravinsky, this piece blends tango style with elements of klezmer music. It can be heard on the Arrieu Wind Quintet CD World Tour.Nombre de pages :210
Tango Suite No. 2A tango bar, some tables, chairs on the fringe of the dance floor. Each table has its own story, each chair harbors its own intentions. Another night.Listening to intentions, observing gestures, interpreting glances; hiding and revealing. The suite in four movements - entrée, tango, milonga and tango - follows the course of events, follows the different intentions that show as the night lingers on. Gestures become familiar, looks are returned.A black stage, some tables, chairs at the edge of the scene.Another night, another game, another play.Entrée - Tango - Milonga - TangoNombre de pages :20