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Tango - Score and parts by James Brian Bonsor (1926-). For SAT recorders and Piano. Recorder with Keyboard or Continuo. 3 - Moderate. Score and Parts. Published by Schott Music (MM.ST10758).
Instruments: Piano Accompaniment, Organ, Recorder, Piano, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds
Genres: Tango, Latin
Ballad and Tango by Arthur Frackenpohl (1923-). For Flute. Woodwind Solos & Ensembles - Flute And Piano/Organ. Published by Southern Music Company (SO.SS922).
Instruments: Piano Accompaniment, Organ, Flute, Piano, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds
Genres: 20th Century, Tango, Classical, Latin
Habaneras, Maxixies & Tangos:. (The Syncopated Piano Music of Latin America). By Bill Matthiesen. For Keyboard (Piano). Solos. Brazilliance Music Pub.. Latin American. Intermediate. Book. 96 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.99424). ISBN 9780786676354. Latin American. 8.75x11.75 inches. This collection showcases the syncopated piano music of Latin American during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It features Latin rhythms, which are really African rhythms brought to the Americas by slaves and applied to the music of the European colonists. These rhythms are varied and complex and so is their history. They've had a widespread and profound influence on the evolution of popular music not only in Latin America, but also in the United States. The most obvious offshoots are the tango in Argentine and Uruguay and most of the other popular dances of South and Central America, as well as ragtime and jazz in the United States. Jelly Roll Morton claimed this "Latin tinge" is the essential element that distinguishes jazz from ragtime. These rhythms are the musical roots of groups like: The Buena Vista Social Club.Includes historic tangos written by Ignacio Cervantes - Cuba, Manuel Saumell - Cuba, Juan Morel Campos - Puerto Rico, Jose Quinton - Puerto Rico, Ernesto Nazareth -Brazil, Tomas Leon - Mexico, Sebastian Yradier - Spain, Eduardo Sanchez du Fuentas - Cuba, Will Tyers - USA, Vincente Greco - Argentina, Anselmo Rosendo (Mendizabal) - Argentina, Angel Villoldo - Argentina, Eduardo Arolas - Argentina, Juan Maglio - Argentina.
Instruments: Piano, Organ, Piano and Keyboard
Genres: Tango, Latin
International Accordion Favorites Book/CD Set. (Waltzes, Polkas, Tangos, Hornpipes, Two-Steps and More!). By Bruce Bollerud. For Accordion (Keyboard). Solos. All. Intermediate. Book/CD Set. 74 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.99597BCD). ISBN 9780786607327. All. 8.5x11. inches. Welcome to the world of international accordion music. This collection contains a sampling of ethnic folk music from Europe and the Americas and forms the foundation of a basic folk accordion repertoire. These songs are from many nations. They are crowd pleasers and they are fun to play. I have played most of these songs in the various bands I have played with over the years. These melodies have stood the test of time, so what are you waiting for? Open the book, get your accordion out and let's play some music! One word about these songs: I generally learn a song and then play it by heart-by memory as opposed to playing it by reading from a sheet of music. I believe this allows for more personal expression and interpretation which can be affected by audience response or the way I feel at the time. You'll notice that on most of the performances on the CD I didn't play repeats. Because of the limited time available on a disc we found we couldn't fit all the tunes if we played them as written. Written by Bruce Bollerud, June 2007.
Instruments: Piano, Organ, Accordion, Piano and Keyboard, Folk
Genres: Tango, Polka, Latin, Folk