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Albéniz, Isaac Isaac Albéniz
Spain Spain
(1860 - 1909)
262 sheet music
323 MP3
16 MIDI


Instrumentations :
PIANO
› Piano solo (9) Original
TRUMPET
› 2 Trumpets & Guitar (6)
› Trumpet and Guitar (4)
› Trumpet and 2 Guitars (4)
GUITAR
› Guitar solo (standard notation) (5)
› 2 Guitars (Duet) (4)
› Guitar solo (notes and tabs) (2)

Arrangers : › Albéniz, Isaac Original (7)
› Behrens, Ralf (62)
› Dorfer, Franz (1)
› Godowsky, Leopold (1)
› Heidtmann, Klaus (1)
› Kidd, Gerald (2)
› Magatagan, Mike (5)

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Albéniz, Isaac: "Zortzico" from the Suite "España" for Flute, Oboe & Guitar

"Zortzico" from the Suite "España" for Flute, Oboe & Guitar
Op. 165 No. 6
Isaac Albéniz




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Composer :Isaac AlbénizAlbéniz, Isaac (1860 - 1909)
Instrumentation :

Flute, Oboe, Guitar

Style :

Classical

Arranger :
Publisher :
Isaac AlbénizMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Date :1890
Copyright :Public Domain
Born in 1860, Isaac Albéniz is best known for piano music that brilliantly evokes the spirit of Spain. As a composer-virtuoso, Albéniz successfully melded together composition and performance to create a bravura style reminiscent of the music of Liszt, seasoned with Spanish folk idioms. The work that most convincingly represents this synthesis of virtuosity and tradition is the enchantingly colorful and atmospheric Iberia, a suite of 12 pieces recalling Spanish (particularly Andalusian) places and dances. Albéniz used folklore as his inspiration, but created a singular melodic style, which eventually influenced Debussy and Ravel. Believing that artistic originality and an interest in one's national musical tradition do not exclude each other, Albéniz likewise was largely the creator of the Spanish musical idiom that would be adopted and developed by Granados and de Falla.

Albéniz's popular set of six album leaves, España, is the acme of his salon piano compositions. None of the pieces is longer than approximately four minutes, and none has the technical challenges and intricate textures of his masterpiece Iberia. The rhythms, modal harmonies, and subtle dramatics of its simple lines so completely evoke Spain that anything more would be gilding the lily. Together, the six pieces could be viewed as Albéniz's take on the traditional keyboard suite, made up as it is of a prelude followed by dances with a couple of non-dance movements thrown in. The prelude is really an introduction in the sense that its opening phrases sound like a ceremonial fanfare announcement. In between these are phrases where the changing harmonies of triplets split between the hands foreshadow what's to come in the Malagueña later. The second album leaf is the famous Tango in D, Albéniz's most recognized melody, frequently transcribed for other instruments. The Malagueña places the fandango rhythm in the right hand and the melody in the left hand. The fourth piece, Serenata, alternates playful staccato phrases with more legato, song-like melodies while frequently changing harmonies color its expressions. Fifth is the Capricho Catalan, a delicate song played almost entirely in parallel thirds over a constant offbeat accompaniment. The last piece is a Basque dance in 5/8 meter, the Zortzico. It has a distinctive, dotted-rhythm device that covers the second and third beats of each measure, and often the fourth and fifth also, normally beat out on a drum.

Source: AllMusic (https://www.allmusic.com/composition/espa%C3%B1a-album -leaves-6-for-piano-op-165-b-37-mc0002388524 )

Although originally written for Piano, I created this interpretation of the "Zortzico" from the Suite "España" (Op. 165 No. 6) for Flute, Oboe & Classical Guitar.
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Sheet central :España (89 sheet music)
Added by magataganm the 2019-03-14


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