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  • Danzas Argentinas Opus 2

    for Piano

    with an introduction by Gérald Hugon

    14.99

    Series: BH Piano
    Composer: Alberto Ginastera

    Add to Wish List Add to Cart The great Argentinian composer Alberto Ginastera (1916-83) is considered one of foremost talents of the twentieth century. Among his many compositions for piano, Danzas argentinas is probably the most performed by students and professionals around the world. The suite was composed in 1937 while Ginastera was still a student at the National Conservatory of Buenos Aires. This beloved music has distinctive Argentinian traits in both rhythm and melody, modelled on a lively type of South American folk song and folk dance.
  • Piano Album

    Piano

    31
    Piano

    Series: BH Piano
    Composer: Magnus Lindberg

    Add to Wish List Add to Cart This collection of Magnus Lindberg's shorter piano works includes all pieces from 2001 to date, among them some uncommissioned tribute pieces:

    Étude I (2001). Commissioned by the Festival Octobre en Normandie.

    Étude II (2004). Composed as a 60th birthday gift for Paul Crossley. Cantus firmus (2012). Composed in tribute to Zarin Mehta, formerly President of the New York Philharmonic.

    Éloge (2014). One of ten 'musical postcards' composed for the tenth anniversary of Casa da Música, Porto, for presentation as videoson Casa da Música's...(more)
  • Oboe Concerto

    Two Pianos, Percussion, Oboe

    Score and Parts

    60
    Score & Parts

    Series: Boosey & Hawkes Chamber Music
    Composer: Ursula Mamlok

    Add to Wish List Add to Cart Her oboe concerto was used by Ursula Mamlok over the course of several decades. The first version with orchestra she wrote between 1974 and 1976, it was first performed in 2013 in Göttingen. In 1980, the composer created the second version for oboe, two piano andpercussion, which is now available here as a purchase edition; this version was premiered in 1982 at the Manhattan School of Music in New York, where Ursula Mamlok worked for a long time as a teacher, with the oboist Henry Schuman as a soloist. Finally, Mamlok wrote a third version with chamber orchestra accompaniment in 2003....(more)

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