[PDF] Mozart, W. A.; La Ci Darem La Mano, Rec. & Guit. - Duo

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[PDF] Mozart, W. A.; La Ci Darem La Mano, Rec. & Guit. - Duo

Postby Carnbo » Fri Aug 03, 2007 9:54 pm

I put this score up some time ago, for two guitars, but have now completely revised it for Treble Recorder and Guitar.
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Postby Vesuvio » Fri Aug 03, 2007 9:58 pm

Hello Carnbo,

An absolute gem of an aria! This looks like a lovely version—thank you!

Best wishes, V :D
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Postby Carnbo » Fri Aug 03, 2007 10:11 pm

:D :D V - it took you 4 minutes to get on to this, you are quite incredible. Do you lurk about 24/7 looking for new posts? Thanks for the kind comments by the way.
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Postby owl » Fri Aug 03, 2007 10:48 pm

Carnbo wrote::D :D V - it took you 4 minutes to get on to this, you are quite incredible. Do you lurk about 24/7 looking for new posts?


LOL Ian... it's always a race between V and myself... I'm sure we're both just waiting to pounce! :oops:
My excuse for being late is that I'm away at the moment and on dial up! :roll:
I have just been to Karin Schaupp (classical guitar) and Genevieve Lacey's (recorder) concert... fantastic music, now I am definitely all fired up to play duets! :shock:

Thanks once again for another great piece.

Hi V :bye:

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Postby Carnbo » Fri Aug 03, 2007 11:02 pm

owl wrote:I have just been to Karin Schaupp (classical guitar) and Genevieve Lacey's (recorder) concert... fantastic music, now I am definitely all fired up to play duets! :shock: Owl


:) I take it you enjoyed it, What did they play?
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Postby owl » Fri Aug 03, 2007 11:07 pm

I LOVED it!
When I get home this afternoon I will post their program for you... the titles at least... lol you might get a few ideas.

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Postby Carnbo » Fri Aug 03, 2007 11:33 pm

owl wrote:I LOVED it!
When I get home this afternoon I will post their program for you... the titles at least... lol you might get a few ideas.

Owl


Thanks, I look forward to it
cheers
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Postby Vesuvio » Sat Aug 04, 2007 5:02 am

Carnbo wrote::D :D V - it took you 4 minutes to get on to this, ... Do you lurk about 24/7 looking for new posts? ...


Hello Ian,

No, I leave all the hard work to Owl but sometimes I hitch a ride and hide behind her avatar. Then, when she finds a new message to respond to I leap into action and try to beat her to the button!

Best wishes, V :wink:
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Postby owl » Sat Aug 04, 2007 5:49 am

This is the program Ian... just fabulous... they make a great team!

Owl

PROGRAMME

Jacques Ibert (1890-1962)
Entr'acte
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1809-1847)
Scheidend(Op. 9 Nr. 6) [/i]
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) ~
Waltz Op 39, No 15
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Gretchen am Spinnrade (1814) guitar arr. N. Coste (1805-1883)
Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)
Hungarian Fantasy
Trad. arr Carlos Barbosa-Lima (b. 1944)
Wayfaring Stranger
Trad. arr Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
I will give my love an apple
Sailor boy

John Rodgers (b. 1962)
Little Jackie Winter and friends
The Magpie

Peter Sculthorpe (b. 1929)
Koori Dreaming

INTERVAL

John Bull
(1562/3-1628) from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book
The Duchess of Brunswick's Toye
The Duke of Brunswick's Alman
Courante (Dr Bull's Jewe1J
A Gigge (Dr Bull's my selfe)

Jacob van Eyck (c1590-1657)
Engels Nachtegaeltje from Der F1uyten Lust-hof
Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757)
Sonata K208
Sonata K491

Federico Moretti (c. 1765-1838)
La Insinuacion
Fernando Sor (1778-1839)
Las mujeres y cuerdas
Manuel De Falla (1876-1946) From Siete Canciones popu1ares Espano1as V. Nana
1. E1 pano Moruno
Ernst Krahmer (1795-1837)
Rondeau Hongrois Gp. 28
Adagio
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Postby Vesuvio » Sat Aug 04, 2007 8:03 am

Hello Owl,

Welcome home! I am glad your trip was so enjoyable. The concert programme looks magnificent.

Best wishes, V :D
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Postby owl » Sat Aug 04, 2007 8:18 am

Hello V... thank you... yes, the concert was great.
As you can see the music was quite varied... perhaps it will give Carnbo some ideas lol :roll:

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Postby Carnbo » Sat Aug 04, 2007 10:04 am

owl wrote:Hello V... thank you... yes, the concert was great.
As you can see the music was quite varied... perhaps it will give Carnbo some ideas lol :roll:

Owl


Thanks Owl, the programme looks great.
I'm going to search the internet for the public domain stuff.
I'm intrigued that Carlos Barbosa Lima did an arrangement of "Wayfaring Stranger" - That has fed me an idea.
Nice to see Australian Composer Peter Sculthorpe included in the programme.
It must have been a fantastic night.
By the way, I'd never heard of John Bull, I'm going to try and find some of his music
Thank you very much for the Programme details.
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Re: [PDF] Mozart; La Ci Darem La Mano, for Recorder & Guitar

Postby Tonyyyyy » Sun Mar 01, 2009 7:07 pm

Nice arrangement . The high notes for recorder looked worrying, but on my best treble recorder I managed them!
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Re: [PDF] Mozart; La Ci Darem La Mano, for Recorder & Guitar

Postby avoz » Mon Mar 02, 2009 12:30 pm

I wish I could have attended that concert, if only to 'chat up' (in vain) Owl afterwards. Recorder & guitar are made for each other (unlike yours truly and...) and a thread should be devoted to the combination, giving information anent Michaela Petri & (husband) Lars Hannibal, my favourite duo - the fantastic English players John Turner and Neil Smith (for whom John Duarte and several other composers wrote music), Konrad Ragossnig & Hans-Martin Linde, Cecilia Peijel & Clas Pehrsson, Maria Kammerling & Leif Svendsen, Andras Kecskes & Rene Clemencic et al.
The pieces by Moretti, Sor, Falla and Britten seem to be adaptations of songs with guitar, a source for recorder/flute & guitar I have raided several times over the years.
Carnbo, John Bull was probably the greatest keyboard virtuoso of his time, until Scarlatti 'appeared' - there are many pieces by him in the 'Fitzwilliam Virginal Book', available in a fine paperback (large format) Dover edition. Joseph Payne (a 'Vox Box' set devoted to the FVB), Rafael Puyana and other harpsichordists have recorded his brilliant (often profound) music.
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Re: [PDF] Mozart; La Ci Darem La Mano, for Recorder & Guitar

Postby owl » Mon Mar 02, 2009 1:47 pm

avoz wrote: I wish I could have attended that concert, if only to 'chat up' (in vain) Owl afterwards.


LOL avoz... I would have enjoyed that :mrgreen:
Yes, I'm sure you would have loved the concert... Karin and Genevieve were chatty and funny, and as you see, it was a great program... we had a lovely evening
They have since made a CD together called Songs Without Words, put out by ABC Classics and distributed here by the Universal Music Group... 21 tracks, including Mendelssohn, Schubert, Moretti and Krahmer, among others
It's worth having if you can get it

avoz wrote:Recorder & guitar are made for each other


Absolutely... perfect partners
I prefer recorder to flute... there is a warmth that flute seems to lack... I like flute too, but recorder and guitar just seem to fit
I have to go and play the CD now! :roll:

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