Carlos Gardel: Tango Guitar Duets

(Arranger: Diego Marcelo Collatti)

  • for two guitars
  • Composer: Carlos Gardel
  • Assistance: Ignacio Giovanetti
  • Arranger: Diego Marcelo Collatti
  • Table of contents:
    : Melodia de arrabal
    : Por una cabeza
    El dia que me quieras
    Mi Buenos Aires querido
    Volver
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Carlos Gardel: Tango Guitar Duets for 2 guitars | UE36483

Captivating Classics from Argentina

  • Edition type: performing score
  • Series: World Music
  • Grade: 4-5
  • Format: 23.2 × 30.5 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-7279-5
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-08610-6
€14.95
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Description

Gardel's tangos remain classics, which no performer who aspires to be taken seriously can ignore. For this album Argentinian Tango specialist Diego selected some of Gardel's most popular tangos and arranged them for two guitars. The timbre of this instrument is exceptionally well suited to evoking in sound the musical riches of an impoverished community of immigrants in Argentina's past, as well as to making the fascination and glamour of Gardel's tango music come alive again. Both parts are of medium difficulty, and the melodies repeatedly introduce new elements of tone production and rhythm, training young musicians in technique and ensemble playing. And, last but not least, these duets are an ideal introduction to the profound music of the tango, whose vitality and versatility are not only fun, but which also holds totally new means of expression in store.


• Captivating classics by Carlos Gardel selected and arranged by Argentinian Tango specialist Diego Collatti
• Experience the magnetic charms of the Tango with these intermediate-level arrangements
• Helpful musical notation ensures an authentic performance true to the diverse styles and nuances typical of the Tango

Sample Pages

Contents

  • Melodia de arrabal
  • Por una cabeza
  • El dia que me quieras
  • Mi Buenos Aires querido
  • Volver

Reviews

Unsterbliches Material, für zwei anspruchsvolle Spieler sehr gut aufbereitet (…) Akustik Gitarre 4, 2015, S. 64 (Wieland Ulrichs)

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