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Le Grand Tango (Arranged For Solo Cello And String Orchestra). By Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992). Arranged by Paul Salerni. For violin 4. Part(s). Published by Berben (PR.57601922E).
$10.95

Genres: Classical, Argentinian, Latin, Tango
Aves sin Rumbo "?Donde?" Pelicula (Tango) by Lucio Demare. For Voice and piano. Instrumental Sets. Dramatic Musical Works. Published by Editorial de Musica Boileau (BO.B.1073).
$4.95

Instruments: Piano Accompaniment, Piano, Piano and Keyboard
Genres: Tango, Latin
Tango Barbaro. (for String Orchestra). By Lalo Schifrin. For String Orchestra (Full Score). LKM Music. 24 pages. Hal Leonard #S077053. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.40087). from the Carlos Saura film Tango.
$44.95

Pages: 24
Genres: Film & TV, Tango, Latin
Tango Trossingensis (Spielzeug 3) by Wolfgang Gast (1955-). For four guitars or gutiar choir (Guitar 2). Published by Musikverlag Vogt & Fritz (E4.VF-1307-12). ISBN M 2026-0745-9. Unterhaltsam, kurz und sehr leicht spielbar. 3'40.
$3.95

Instruments: Guitar
Genres: Tango, Latin
Tango in D/Song and Dance by Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909). Arranged by Isaac. For string orchestra. Grade 2. Score only. Published by RBC Publications (RU.7405-S).
$6.75

Genres: Classical, 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
Tango by Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909). Arranged by Osaer. For concert band. Transcriptions. Grade 3. Full score. Published by Edition Andel (ND.TRNS1-FSC).
$30.95

Genres: Tango, Latin
Tango Gardel. (For Piano). By Stacy Garrop. Piano. For Piano. Contemporary. Performance score. Standard notation. Composed JANUARY 2007. 6 pages. Duration 4 minutes, 45 seconds. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.110417820). With Standard notation. contemporary. Garrop considers the art of a master of tango in forming her new piano solo showpiece. For advanced pianists.
$17.95

Pages: 6
Instruments: Piano, Piano and Keyboard
Genres: Tango, Latin
Milonga - Tango - Rumba by Helena Popljanova. Guitar 1. Published by Musikverlag Vogt & Fritz (E4.VF-1128-11). ISBN M 2026-0713-8. Ein Tanz-Triptychon furs anspruchsvolle Konzertprogramm. Tanzzyklus uber verschiedene Themen, sehr kontrastreich und mitreissend, gleichermassen temperamentvoll und lyrisch, Jazz-Elemente und nationales Kolorit. Sicheres Lagenspiel erforderlich, Barre, Gela.
$4.95

Instruments: Guitar
Genres: Tango, Latin
Tango Trossingensis (Spielzeug 3) by Wolfgang Gast (1955-). For four guitars or gutiar choir (guitar 4). Published by Musikverlag Vogt & Fritz (E4.VF-1307-14). ISBN M 2026-0745-9. Unterhaltsam, kurz und sehr leicht spielbar. 3'40.
$3.95

Instruments: Guitar
Genres: Tango, Latin
Libertango for clarinet choir by Bart Picqueur. For Clarinet ensemble. Level 5. Published by Golden River Music (GR.GRM-0150014).
$33.95

Instruments: Clarinet, Woodwinds
Genres: Tango, Latin
Le Grand Tango by Berger; Eichhorn; Gallardo. By Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992). Listening CD. Published by Haenssler Classic (NX.93205). Release date: 4/11/07. About Listening CDs Listening CDs are traditional music recordings. Listening CDs make a great educational supplement - hear exceptional professionals play the music you're learning! Or, just enjoy listening to the music you love.
$18.99

Genres: Classical, Argentinian, Latin, Tango
It Takes Four to Tango! for String Quartet by Christian Laszlo. For String ensemble. Set of parts. Published by Latham Music Enterprises (LX.703609). Authentic tango writing from a real Argentinian! A student of Thom Sharp, Laszlo has found these five wonderful early dances from the "fathers of tango." Harmonic dissonances, rhythmic accompaniments, and chromaticism add to the fire of the dance. All players are featured with melodic moments. Due to rhythmic challenges, rehearsal is recommended. These selections will be a hit at any concert or gig. 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
$16.95

Genres: Tango, Latin
Tango. (Piano). By Jean Wiener (1896-1982). For piano. Published by Heugel & Cie (AH.HE31578). ISBN 9790047315786.
$8.60

Instruments: Piano, Piano and Keyboard
Genres: Tango, Latin
Tangos, Op. 82. (for 11 Instruments). By Juan Orrego-Salas. For Chamber Ensemble (Score). LKM Music. Hal Leonard #X077337. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.41089).
$25.95

Genres: Tango, Latin
Tango Ultimo fur Klavier solo by Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992). Score. Duration 2'20. Published by Edition 49 (E4.E49-90380-00). ISBN M-2043-0811-8.
$9.95

Instruments: Piano, Piano and Keyboard
Genres: Classical, Argentinian, Latin, Tango
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
Conciertango Buenos Aires by Cacho Tirao. For guitar, symphonic band. Symphonic band with solo, Grade 3-4. Soloist. Grade 4-6. Score (A3). 98 pages. Duration 23:30. Published by Piles Editorial de Musica (PD.PIL0923). ISBN M-3503-0272-9.
$76.95

Pages: 98
Genres: Tango, Latin
El Tango by Elliott. For full orchestra. Grade 1. Score only. Published by RBC Publications (RU.5222-S).
$6.50

Genres: Classical, Tango, Latin
Cliche Tango by P. Morandeau. Edited by Jerome Laran. For saxophone ensemble. Jerome Laran Collection. Published by International Music Diffusion (AR.863).
$39.95

Genres: Tango, Latin
Tangofourte. (for Saxophone Quartet). By Mohamed Saad Basha. For saxophone quartet. This edition: ED 21642; Saddle-stitch. Brass/Wind Music. Grade 4. Score and parts. Composed 2009. 48 pages. Duration 4 minutes. Published by Schott Music (SD.49019615). ISBN 9790001193320.
$33.99

Pages: 48
Genres: Tango, Latin
Helena. (Tango-Habanera). By Ivan Boumans. For violin, piano. Collection Guy Comentale. Score and part(s). 4+2 pages. Duration 3 minutes. Published by Gerard Billaudot Editeur (PR.514055350). ISBN 9790043091769.
$13.95

Genres: Tango, Latin
Don Alfredo / Tres Torres. (Tango Argentino). By Walter Poerschmann. For salon orchestra. Orchestra. Piano score and parts. 30 pages. Published by Apollo Verlag (M7.AV-5653-30).
$39.95

Pages: 30
Instruments: Piano, Piano and Keyboard
Genres: Classical, Tango, 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