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25 Piazzolla Tangos for Clarinet and Piano

By Astor Piazzolla

Clarinet; Piano Accompaniment
Composed by Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992). Boosey & Hawkes Chamber Music. Tango. Softcover. 120 pages. Boosey & Hawkes #M051108091. Published by Boosey & Hawkes (HL.48023720).

Item Number: HL.48023720

ISBN 9781495061950. 9.0x12.0x0.408 inches.

25 tangos by the revolutionary tango musician and composer Astor Piazzolla, arranged for clarinet and piano. These crowd-pleasing tangos borrow from classical, jazz, and Latin traditions. Includes Piazzolla's most famous tangos "Libertango" and "Oblivion." Appropriate for the intermediate to early advanced player. Contents: ARTISANE 1 from A Midsummer Night's Dream AUSENCIAS (The Absent) CHANSON DE LA NAISSANCE (Song of the Birth) DANSEE (Dance) from A Midsummer Night's Dream DUO 1 from A Midsummer Night's Dream EL VIAJE (The Voyage) FRACANAPA LA CHANSON DU POPO (The Song of Popo) from Famille d'artistes LIBERTANGO LOS SUENOS (Dreams) MILONGA from A Midsummer Night's Dream MILONGA FOR THREE MILONGA PICARESQUE MUMUKI NUEVO MUNDO (New World) OBLIVION OUVERTURE from A Midsummer Night's Dream PSICOSIS (Psychosis) SENSUEL (Sensual) from Famille d'artistes SIN RUMBO (Aimless) STREET TANGO TANGO FINAL from Famille d'artistes TODO FUE (It All Was) VUELVO AL SUR (I'm Returning South).

  • Oblivion 
  • Fracanapa 
  • Nuevo Mundo 
  • Psicosis 
  • Todo Fue 
  • Ausencias 
  • Sin Rumbo 
  • Milonga Picaresque 
  • Street Tango 
  • Mumuki 
  • Libertango 
  • Duo I 
  • Los Suenos 
  • Ouverture 
  • Artisane 1 
  • Chanson De La Naissance 
  • Dansee 
  • El Viaje 
  • La Chanson Du Popo 
  • Milonga 
  • Sensuel 
  • Sentimental 
  • Tango Final 
  • Milonga For Three 
  • Vuelvo Al Sur 
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  • June 09, 2017 Could be improved

    These arrangements for clarinet & piano are a welcome addition to Piazzolla wonderful tangos. I am a professional pianist, and I recently performed 3 numbers with a clarinetist friend. He said that the clarinet part was well written and well suited for his instrument. I have played many Piazzolla Tangos before...

    (solo and in chamber music setting) and I found some of the piano writing a bit awkward. Sometimes, the harmonies were distorted and difficult to play. Just like jazz, where one has to 'interpret' what's on the score. Being very familiari with Tango music, it was easy for me to figure out some better accompaniments. If a pianist is less familiar with Piazzolla's style, these arrangements may be disappointing.

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