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Concierto De Aranjuez, Guitar/Piano

Guitar with Piano Reduction

By Joaquin Rodrigo

Guitar and Piano Guitar, Piano (Guitar) - Difficulty: medium-difficult
Guitar with Piano Reduction. Composed by Joaquin Rodrigo (1901-1999). Edited by Angel Romero. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. 20th Century. Performance part and piano reduction. With solo part and piano reduction. Composed 1939. 78 pages. Duration 20'. Schott Music #ED7242. Published by Schott Music (HL.49013159).

Item Number: HL.49013159

ISBN 9781423402879. 9x12 inches.

Contents: Allegro con spirito * Adagio * Allegro gentile.

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  • 3

    Portland, OR
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  • August 19, 2016 Not for wind solo

    This is a great piano reduction from orchestra/guitar solo. However, this is not a good version for trumpet solo, and probably not any other wind instrument. You really need the strumming from the guitar. So, this is NOT what I was looking for!

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  • January 07, 2012 Concierto de Aranjuez, Guitar with piano reduction

    I was highly satisfied with the service and promptness of the delivery. I am a (fairly decent amateur) trumpet player, preparing to perform the Adagio as a solo piece with guitar, piano, bass, and drum accompaniment. I'm using Miles Davis's version (orchestrated by Gil Evans) and the version...

    in "Brassed Off" (see the YouTube video of this) as the templates for my solo. I bought 5 or 6 copies to distribute to my accompanists, and also to confirm my impression of the notes for the trumpet (appropriately transposed of course). The sheet music was indispensable for that purpose. I did end up writing out my solo by hand on music paper, however. I'm playing on Jan 21 at the Meyer Theater in Green Bay, WI in a big "Doctors in Recital" performance.

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  • 5

    Maennedorf, Switzerland
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  • November 08, 2007 fascinating, horribly difficult

    The piano part is quite easy, but the guitar part is of course very hard, if played "a tempo". The Aranjuez concert is levely and it's worth trying to play it, even for an amateur. The edition is nice.

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