Search Results: ''
Rigaudon Ravel Organ Transcription
Prints in 3-5 business days
Maurice RAVEL: Rigaudon (IV. Le Tombeau de Couperin) transcribed for organ by Eugenio Maria FAGIANI The music genre of the Tombeau (literally, "monument", thus a music tribute to memory)... More > recalls the tradition of the late French baroque, peculiar to Jean-Philippe Rameau and, of course, François Couperin. Composed during the First World War, this collection is a music homage to the French Golden age for the harpsichord. La Forlane, the Rigaudon and the closing Toccata are the most characteristic pages of this six movements suite. Particularly, the Forlane is a transformed trascription done by Ravel himself, and this is confirmed also by the choice of the title of the entire composition, the Forlane of the Fourth Concert Royale by François Couperin (as Ravel stated in a letter to Cipa Godebski in april 1914).< Less
Forlane Ravel Tombeau Couperin Organ Transcription Fagiani
Prints in 3-5 business days
Maurice RAVEL: Forlane (III. Le Tombeau de Couperin) transcribed for organ by Eugenio Maria FAGIANI The music genre of the Tombeau (literally, "monument", thus a music tribute to memory)... More > recalls the tradition of the late French baroque, peculiar to Jean-Philippe Rameau and, of course, François Couperin. Composed during the First World War, this collection is a music homage to the French Golden age for the harpsichord. La Forlane, the Rigaudon and the closing Toccata are the most characteristic pages of this six movements suite. Particularly, the Forlane is a transformed trascription done by Ravel himself, and this is confirmed also by the choice of the title of the entire composition, the Forlane of the Fourth Concert Royale by François Couperin (as Ravel stated in a letter to Cipa Godebski in april 1914).< Less
Adagio Gran Partita Mozart
eBook (PDF): $6.35
"On the page it looked nothing! The beginning simple, almost comic. Just a pulse. Bassoons, basset horns... like a rusty squeezebox. And then suddenly... high above it... an oboe. A single note,... More > hanging there, unwavering. Until... a clarinet took it over... sweetened it into a phrase of such delight. This was no composition by a performing monkey. This was a music I had never heard. Filled with such longing, such unfulfillable longing. It seemed to me I was hearing the voice of God." Antonio Salieri in Peter Shaffer's "Amadeus".< Less
Mozart Jupiter Symphony Organ Transcription
eBook (PDF): $13.87
The Symphony K 551, composed in a very short time, is the last one of mozart's catalogue, and perhaps the peak of his writing. Unlike its twin symphony K 550, whose character is intimate and... More > melancholic, it is quite exuberant and at the same time majestic and marmorean. Starting from the orchestration,with trumpets and timpani, we can see the light which pervades the work; looking at the structure, in the last movement of the composition the Rondò is replaced by a fugato movement which is dense and wonderful from a contrapuntal point of view. This is a sign of Mozart's attempt to go beyond the formal structure of the classical symphony which so far consolidated in his works and his friend Haydn's ones. This transcription was commissioned by the XXIV Organ Rassegna of Bergamo's Province under the Artistic Supervision of Don Gilberto Sessantini and M° Fabio Galessi.< Less
Mozart Symphony 29 Organ Transcription
eBook (PDF): $7.59
The Symphony n°29, in A major, K 201 (K6 186a) was composed in Salzburg and then completed on April, 6th 1774. Mozart curiously cut from his own hand's original the composition date which however... More > other sources reported. The Symphony was included by Mozart in a rich volume which comprehended also other nine works of him. This represented a selection of works which Mozart considered particularly valuable for live executions in Wien. The Allegro Moderato hereby transcribed, which is the first tempo of the Symphony, is characterized by a tightly imitative but at the same time fresh and vital writing, which give us a glimpse of the mature Mozart: we can clearly see how the composer has so far completely absorbed the rigorous counterpoint studies, and how he is able to insert them in his typical writing naturally.< Less
La Gazza Ladra Ouverture Rossini Transcription for Organ
eBook (PDF): $12.60
The Ouvertures by Gioacchino Rossini are a milestone of the Italian instrumental music production of all times. They are not only an introduction to an opera, but also a sort of small symphonic poems... More > that illustrate the spirit of the opera they open. The ouverture of “La Gazza Ladra” presents all the Rossini’s characteristics: melodic invention, brilliant and shining instrumentation; spontaneousness and exuberance; insistent rhythmics; the use of the famous “Crescendo Rossiniano”; closed form. The main themes that appear in this composition are two of the most famous in Rossini’s production, and this success is testified by the huge use of these themes made by the media.< Less
Mozart Transcriptions for Organ, Volume 1
eBook (PDF): $25.15
Transcriptions are essentially a way to teach and to introduce people to the great symphonic and opera music. It is also an ancient musical practice which consist of modelling on one's own instrument... More > a music page which was intended for another one (or, more often, other ones), in order to create thus the impression that the page was written since the very beginning for that instrument. This Transcriptions Collection was born from my desire to extend to a greater audience those compositions which, even though they are well known, are seldom presented during live performances. Together with this, it is a music project deploying within the tradition of the great transcriptions by Edwin Lemare and David Briggs. Contents: Allegro con brio (I, Symphony n° 25, g minor, K. 183); Adagio (III, Gran Partita, K. 361, Eb major); Allegro Moderato (I, Symphony n° 29, A major, K. 201); Symphony n° 35, Haffner (D major, K. 385, Complete); The Magic Flute, Ouverture; The Abduction from the Seraglio, Ouverture.< Less
Top 10see more >
How to Buy Real Estate...
Seasons of the Soul
I Will Give Them a New...
Organize for Innovation
80 YEARS OF BERBICE...
The Queen's Code...
The page you are attempting to access contains content that is not intended for underage readers.
Please verify your birth date to continue.