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Trumpet tango by W. Schobbe. Arranged by Maas. For solo trumpet and wind band. Score and set of parts. Published by Tierolff Muziekcentrale (TF.161440-SET).
$56.95

Instruments: B-Flat Trumpet, Trumpet, Brass
Genres: Tango, Latin
20 de ses plus grands Tangos, Volume 1 by Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992). For flexible orchestration: violin 1, violin 2, double bass or guitar, bandoneon 1, bandoneon 2. Published by Editions Universelles (AH.EU003952).
$56.35

Genres: Classical, Argentinian, Latin, Tango
Buenis Aires Tangos by Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992). For flexible orchestration: violin 1, violin 2, double bass or guitar, bandoneon 1, bandoneon 2. Published by Editions Universelles (AH.EU004358).
$56.35

Genres: Classical, Argentinian, Latin, Tango
20 de ses plus grands Tangos, Volume 2 by Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992). For flexible orchestration: violin 1, violin 2, double bass or guitar, bandoneon 1, bandoneon 2. Published by Editions Universelles (AH.EU004759).
$56.35

Genres: Classical, Argentinian, Latin, Tango
Teatime Tango by David J. Long. For Concert Band (Flute, Oboe (optional), Bb Clarinet 1/2, Bb Bass Clarinet, Bassoon (optional), Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Bb Trumpet 1/2, Horn in F (optional), Trombone, Baritone, (Baritone T.C.), Tuba, Percussion 1 (bells), Percussion 2 (snare ). Grade 2. Score and parts. Duration 3:10. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.08960). A fun piece in a tango style hat will be a hit with your students. Delicate wind parts combine with some serious brass chords and great percussion licks.
$55.20

Instruments: Flute, B-Flat Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon, Horn, B-Flat Trumpet, Trombone, Percussion, Tuba, Woodwinds, Clarinet, Saxophone, Brass, Trumpet
Genres: Tango, Latin
Blue Tango [composer's transcription] by Leroy Anderson (1908-1975). For concert band. Original Works; Transcriptions; Dances. Concert Band. 20th Century; American. Grade 3. Score and set of parts. Composed 1951. Duration 2.5 minutes. Published by Edwin F. Kalmus (MT.B4006-SET).
$55.20

Genres: 20th Century, Americana, Pop, Tango, Classical, Folk, Latin
Dracula's Tango arranged by Jim Territo. For Concert Band. Matrix Concert Band. Concert & Contest. Grade 2 (Easy). Score and parts. Published by Matrix Publishing (JN.MCB067). This tango is extremely playable and features too of your best students.....screaming! This chart is the perfect choice to provide a lighter moment in your next concert.
$55.00

Genres: Tango, Latin
Tango Moderno by Jules Pegram. For String Orchestra with Piano (Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello, Contrabass, Piano). Grade 4. Score and parts. Duration 3:00. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.17890). This zesty work for strings and piano depicts a fast-paced tango between two passionate dancers. Sultry melodic lines and driving, syncopated rhythms combine for what will surely be a spicy addition to any program. !Que caliente!This zesty work for strings and piano depicts a fast-paced tango between two passionate dancers. Sultry melodic lines and driving, syncopated rhythms combine for what will surely be a spicy addition to any program. !Que caliente!
$55.00

Genres: Classical, Tango, Latin
Tu Too Tango by Arthur Hull. For full orchestra. Grade 3. Score and parts. Published by RBC Publications (RU.5069).
$55.00

Genres: Classical, Tango, Latin
Tango in A minor by Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909). Arranged by Albert Guinovart. For Orchestra (2.3.3.2-4.0.1.0, Percussion, Harp, Piano, Strings). Nationalism. Symphonic music. Full Score. 27 pages. Duration 5 minutes. Published by Trito Ediciones (TI.TR-00212). ISBN M-69204-262-4. Symphonic music.
$54.95

Pages: 27
Instruments: Piano, Harp, Percussion, Piano and Keyboard, Strings
Genres: Classical, Patriotic, Tango, Folk, Latin
Conciertango Buenos Aires by Cacho Tirao. For guitar, symphonic band. Symphonic band with solo, Grade 3-4. Soloist. Grade 4-6. Score (A4). 98 pages. Duration 23:30. Published by Piles Editorial de Musica (PD.PIL0883). ISBN M-3505-0273-6.
$53.95

Pages: 98
Genres: Tango, Latin
Concertango by Luis Serrano Alarcon. For alto saxophone, jazz trio/band. Symphonic band with soloist, Grades 5-6. Soloist. Grade 4-6. Score (A4). 134 pages. Duration 26:46. Published by Piles Editorial de Musica (PD.PIL0924). ISBN M-3505-0236-1.
$53.95

Pages: 134
Genres: Tango, Latin
Tango Borealis. (for 6-Player Tango Ensemble). By Lalo Schifrin. For Mixed Ensemble (Full Score). LKM Music. 42 pages. Hal Leonard #X066028. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.42576).
$52.95

Pages: 42
Genres: Film & TV, Tango, Latin
Histoire Du Tango by Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992). For 4 clarinets. Classical: 20th Century (Contemporary). Score. 28 + 8x7 pages. Published by Editions Henry Lemoine (LM.26400).
$52.95

Instruments: Clarinet, Woodwinds
Genres: Classical, 20th Century, Argentinian, Latin, Tango
Wir tanzen Tango. (Ballserie Nr. 4). By Ulrich Sommerlatte. Grand Orchestra. For orchestra. Published by Doblinger Music Publishers (DB.GO-00953).
$52.95

Genres: Classical, Tango, Latin
Tango-fantasIa 1 by La bande de Hautbois, Claude Villevieille (direction). By Adrien Politi. For double reed ensemble (oboe, oboe d'amour, baritone oboe, english horn, 2 bassoons). This edition: folded, stapled. D minor. Contemporary. (6/8) moderately difficult. Conductor's score, parts and audio CD. Text language: French. 16 (score) + 44 (6 part.). Duration 7 minutes 15 seconds. Published by Editions Delatour France (D2.DLT0178). ISBN 979-0-56017-228-6. With Text language: French. Contemporary. 21 x 29.7 cm inches. Differents mouvements se succedent dans une meme piece. Chacun des instruments est mit en valeur a un moment ou un autre.
$51.95

Genres: Tango, Latin
Violintango Concerto by Melani Mestre. For violin and string orchestra. Published by Editorial de Musica Boileau (BO.B.3671). The piece, structured in three movements, Allegro - Lento - Allegro, is written, as its name suggests, for a solo violin accompanied by an orchestra -a string orchestra, in this case. Its name aims at relating the composition not only to the instrument for which it was conceived, but also to the genre that marks the aesthetic content of the work: this is the only existing original concert for violin and orchestra of this category to date.The piece was written in February 2009 in the Ukrainian city of Lviv, while I was the conductor of the city's Symphonic Orchestra and we were rehearsing a concert in which we would interpret an instrumental suite from Astor Piazzolla‘s Operatango Maria de Buenos Aires, that had been written some time before. Therefore, the use of the language of tango in the composition of this concert was certainly not fortuitous, but although it seems contradictory, employing it was not an intentional act either.The work itself intends to explore the language of tango by means of all the technical and musical resources offered by the violin, but without letting this become an excuse to just write a tango for violin and orchestra or a tango-style concert. In fact, the piece shows a will to develop and experiment with the several diverse ways in which the language of tango can be presented, with all its dialects and its variants.The language employed in this concert explores all these postulations and develops them, starting from a few rhythmical cells of their own that are juxtaposed and intertwined throughout the three movements, forming an indivisible unit. The accents take a special relevance and become a significant part all the way through the musical discourse, as do the different rhythms that not only shape a particular kind of orchestral accompaniment, but also make up a specific counterpoint to the expressive and melodic needs of the solo violin. Not only does the orchestra accompany its soloist, but in many cases it becomes a soloist in itself. The counterpoint, never used as a compositional tool or as a merely acrobatic display, confers structural meaning to a language that allows a dialog between the couple made up by the soloist and the orchestra, in which they can both speak at the same time without any of the two sides being pushed into the background.The second movement, Lento, the aria structure used is typical from Bach -not so much from Johann Sebastian as from his son, Johann Christian. This structure allows for the juxtaposition in one milonga melody, of a solo violin with a basso continuo by four, whose tempo is marked by the strings.The third movement attempts to explain, gradually and in a linear way, the evolution of the metric of tango, as it moves from a bar of 4/4 (typical of tango) to one of 6/8 (Havanera-like), thus demonstrating the historical origin of tango as deriving from Havaneras, and the various transformations it has undergone. We then reach the coda of the third movement where, after one of the two cadences of the solo part, all the tunes that have been emerging throughout the concert overlap contrapuntally with all the polyrhythms they make up together, expanding and contracting by way of the internal accents of the music itself and producing the feel of being simultaneously listening to a bar of 4/4, a 3/4 and a 6/8.
$51.95

Genres: Classical, Tango, Latin
Zwanzinette (Doppelnr mit Merath: Tango-Synkopen). By Franz Lehar (1870-1948). Edited by W. Mader. Grand Orchestra. For grand orchestra. Published by Doblinger Music Publishers (DB.GO-00955).
$50.95

Genres: Classical, Opera, Tango, Miscellaneous, Latin
Libertango by Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992). Arranged by Michael Philip Mossman. For Jazz Ensemble (Score & Parts). Jazz Ensemble Library. Grade 4. Score and parts. Published by Cherry Lane Music (HL.2501391). You may not recognize this by the title, but Libertango is one of the most well-known tangos throughout the world. Written with sultry lines for the saxes and rhythmic punctuations in the brass, this distinctive arrangement deserves a place in your library. Includes solo for alto sax.
$50.00

Genres: Classical, Argentinian, Latin, Tango
"Stomp, Clap, Snap TANGO!" by Chris M. Bernotas. For concert band. Grade 2.5. Full score and set of parts. Published by TRN Music Publisher (TU.CBSTO2).
$50.00

Genres: Tango, Latin
When Ducks Tango arranged by Jay Dawson. For Marching Band (Score & Parts). Arrangers' Publ Marching Band. Grade 2.5. Arrangers' Publishing Company #M403. Published by Arrangers' Publishing Company (HL.40002684).
$50.00

Genres: Tango, Latin
Dark Tango by R. Burns. For string orchestra. Original Concert Work. Medium. Score and parts. Published by Wingert-Jones Publications (WJ.3034051).
$50.00

Genres: Classical, Tango, Latin
Violin In Tango Tango Method Book/2cds Spanish/english Version. Instrumental Solo. Softcover with CD. 168 pages. Hal Leonard #SY2923. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.50498598). ISBN 3938809469. 9x12 inches.
$50.00

Pages: 168
Genres: Tango, Latin
Tango for Laura by David Glenn. For jazz ensemble. This edition: Trumpet range to A5. Level 3. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.2130). (8 Brass) This sultry piece features bass, guitar, trombone, trumpet and drums. You will find it to be a very nice change of pace to any program.
$50.00

Genres: Tango, Latin