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Orange Tango - Flute Quintet by Alain Lopez. Quintet. For flute quintet (5 flutes). Classical, Tango. Grade 3. Score and Set of Parts. 12 pages (score); 10 pages (parts). Published by FLEX Editions (FL.FX072825). Orange was the popular color of tango dancers at tango's height during the twenties. The melody is as bright as the color, pleasant and is not bereft of ardour. - Alain Lopez.
$27.95

Pages: 12
Genres: Classical, Tango, Latin
Orange Tango - Clarinet Quintet by Alain Lopez. Quintet. For clarinet quintet (4 Bb clarinets 1 bass clarinet). Classical, Tango. Grade 3. Score and Set of Parts. 12 pages (score); 10 pages (parts). Published by FLEX Editions (FL.FX072824). Orange was the popular color of tango dancers at tango's height during the twenties. The melody is as bright as the color, pleasant and is not bereft of ardour. - Alain Lopez.
$27.95

Pages: 12
Genres: Classical, Tango, Latin
Orange Tango - Saxophone Quintet by Alain Lopez. Quintet. For saxophone quintet (1 Soprano saxophone, 2 alto saxophones 1 Tenor saxophone, 1 Baritone saxophone - Additional parts: 1 alto saxophone, cue Soprano saxophone). Classical. Grade 3. Score and Set of Parts. 12 pages (score); 12 pages (parts). Published by FLEX Editions (FL.FX072669). Orange was the popular color of tango dancers at tango's height during the twenties. The melody is as bright as the color, pleasant and is not bereft of ardour. - Alain Lopez.
$27.95

Pages: 12
Genres: Classical, Tango, Latin
Prelude and Tango by Drake Mabry. For Orchestra. Instructional, Latin, 21st Century. Intermediate. Score. Published by Drake Mabry Productions (S0.10569). Prelude and Tango for orchestra was commissioned in 2008 by the Vermont Youth Orchestra, Troy Peters, director. It was premiered and performed during the orchestra's summer 2009 tour of Quebec and France. The work begins with a slow and mysterious Prelude which features melodic fragments which will later be heard in their entirety during the tango. These are heard over a quiet undulating background tapestry. The Tango (in the Nuevo Tango style invented by Astor Piazzolla) highlights every family of orchestral instruments in a series of diverse variations which culminate in a roof raising ending. All the instrumental families have their spotlight: woodwinds, brass, percussion and strings. Video and audio performances of this piece are available on YouTube and at www.myspace.com/drakemabry. About Digital Print Sheet Music Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play! View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application. Learn more
$25.95

Genres: 21st Century, Tango, Classical, Latin
Tango Para Percusion (Tango for Percussion). (5 Performance Scores). By Lalo Schifrin. LKM Music. Hal Leonard #X305004. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.123820). ISBN 1480366064. From the Carlos Saura film, Schifrin's Tango para Percusion is an effective character piece perfect as a concert endpiece or a brief segue.
$24.95

Genres: Film & TV, Tango, Latin
Morango ... almost a tango, full score by Thomas Oboe Lee. For String Quartet. Jazz, Latin, Romantic Period, 20th Century, 21st Century. Advanced Intermediate. Score. Published by Thomas Oboe Lee (S0.9516). "Program note. Morango ... almost a tango (1983) is about to become a teenager on March 16, 1996. Yikes!!! It is amazing that the work was conceived twelve years ago!!! Originally, it was just a 32-bar jazz tune I performed every Sunday night with the Moon Unit at the 1369 Jazz Club in Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1980-1984. The string quartet version, although written for the Kronos Quartet, was premiered at ""Concert X"" by the Composers in Red Sneakers in Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, on July 21, 1983. The ""Red Sneakers String Quartet"" comprised of Thal Aylward, Melissa Howe, Frank Grimes and Sandy Kiefer. Richard Buell reported in the Boston Globe a few days later that the ""doleful Morango ... almost a tango got a lot of mileage out of a stubborn, almost unchanging cello line and the elaborations above it."" The original program note read, "" Last summer in Vermont I met Gustavo Moretto, an Argentine composer, who taught me the finer and more beautiful aspects of the Tango. In my modest way, as someone looking in from the outside, I created Morango ... almost a tango - a bastardized version of the 'real thing.' Morango ... is also intrinsically connected to Kate Moran, a sometimes painter ... to whom it is dedicated. The work is played con sordino throughout. I hope the sirens next door don't intrude too much. But then again, John Cage would be delighted."" Eventually, the Kronos got around to performing it on tour in Europe in 1986. When they played it as an encore in Italy at the American Academy in Rome, Mya Tannenbaum of the Corriere Della Sera wrote, ""Non sono mancati i bis. Un richiamo al sex appeal del vecchio tango da parte di un giovane «premio Roma», Tom Lee."" Soon after, back in the States, the Kronos performed it at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York. John Rockwell wrote in the New York Times, "" ... a soulfully beautiful score by Thomas Oboe Lee."" Three months later the Kronos recorded it on their Nonesuch CD, ""White Man Sleeps."" Many other string quartets, both here and abroad, have since added the work to their repertory. The Lydian String Quartet, especially, have taken the work on their concert tours in the United States, Europe and the former Soviet Union. It appears on a CD recorded by the Lyds in Moscow on MCA Classics. As interest in the work grew, other ensembles have requested arrangements of Morango ... There are now three other versions of the work: one for big band jazz ensemble by Ken Schaphorst, another for string orchestra commissioned by Aram Gharabekian and Sinfonova, and the third for violin and piano commissioned by the Paul Chou-Paul Salerni Duo. Of the string orchestra version, Richard Dyer of the Boston Globe wrote, ""Lee's piece, Morango ... almost a tango, is a transcription of atmospheric and elegant music originally composed for string quartet; it is as sultry as Faith Domergue in a film noir, and it steams."" Thomas Oboe Lee Cambridge, Massachusetts December 16, 1995 ". About Digital Print Sheet Music Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play! View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application. Learn more
$40.00

Genres: 20th Century, 21st Century, Jazz & Blues, Tango, Classical, Latin
Tango Misterioso. (for Piano Trio Score and Parts). By Igor Shcherbakov. LKM Music. Hal Leonard #X503043. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.123384). ISBN 1480362573. Conceived originally as a work for piano and string orchestra, this version of Tango Misterioso for piano trio captures the textural and rhythmic interplay in an effective chamber ensemble configuration.
$34.95

Genres: Tango, Latin
Metodo de Zapateado Flamenco Volume 3. (Seguiriya y Tangos). By Rosa de las Heras. Boxed. Intermediate. DVD. 22 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.8494033797). ISBN 9788494033797. 5.75 x 7.5 inches. The Flamenco Zapateado Method is backed up by a doctoral thesis which Rosa de las Heras carried out on the teaching of the flamenco.Throughout the DVD, on one side we shall see the different parts of the foot used, and the ways to strike the floor which we'll call the TECHNIQUES (Sole, halft sole, heel block,, heel edge, toe, etc.). And on the other side, we shall also see the different rhythms made by using these techniques in different flamenco palos.The collection is made up of 3 DVDs and booklet with explanations, in 3 languages languages: Spanish, English and Japanese .Zapateado 1: Alegrias y Guajira Zapateado 2: Solea por Bulerias y FandangosZapateado 3: Seguiriyas y Tangos Also, throughout the exercises we shall simultaneously see the innovative and specific annotation used to write the flamenco zapateado, based on the standard Western style. To facilitate the study and to follow the exercises directly on the screen, additional information is displayed showing to the student the beat, the annotation of both- feet, rhythm, etc. In order to differentiate the two feet, Rosa de las Heras used each shoe of a different color, so that the student can follow an individual foot easily. In addition, all exercises are shown on the right foot (red) first in the forefront, and then shown in the forefront the left foot (green) so that students clearly can see the movements of each foot. There are up to eight audio options to help the study: combinations of Zapateado, Guitar, palmas and metronome sounds. In this way the students can practice at home alone with the DVD by selecting the desired audio. Zapateado + Guitar + Palmas + MetronomeZapateado + Guitar + Palmas Zapateado + Palmas + MetronomeZapateado + GuitarGuitar + Palmas + Metronome Guitar + Metronome GuitarPalmas + Metronome.
$34.99

Pages: 22
Genres: Flamenco, Tango, Latin
Tango Classics For Violin And Piano edited by George A. Speckert. For violin/piano. Stapled. Ready to Play. Level 3. Performance score, Part(s), Anthology. German/English. 20/7 pages. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BA10614). With German/English. 30 x 23 cm inches.
$21.95

Genres: Tango, Latin
La Cumparsita Tango (For Interchangeable Woodwind Ensemble). By Gerardo Matos Rodriguez. Arranged by David Marlatt. For Interchangeable Woodwind Ensemble. Part(s); Score; Woodwind - Mixed Ensemble. Eighth Note Publications. Form: Dance. 20th Century; Latin. 60 pages. Published by Eighth Note Publications (AP.81-WWE1296). ISBN 1554739624. 20th Century; Latin.
$25.00

Pages: 60
Genres: 20th Century, Tango, Classical, Latin