25 tangos by the revolutionary tango musician and composer Astor Piazzolla, arranged for violin and piano. These crowd-pleasing tangos borrow from classical, jazz, and Latin traditions. Includes Piazzolla's
Bela Bartok composed his 44 Violin Duos in 1931 at the urging of the German violin pedagogue Erich Doflein. With two exceptions, all the pieces are based on original folk music themes, most of which the
For string quartet. First printing. Co-commissioned by the Radcliffe Trust, NMC Recordings, Internationales Musikfestival Heidelberger Fruhling, and Wigmore Hall. Premiered in London, January 2015 by the
For violin, cello & piano. First printing. Score, 24 p. and parts.
For violin & cello. Custom print edition. Commissioned by Laurie Smukler. First performance on July 13, 2012 at Kneisel Hall, Blue Hill, Maine. Includes performance and program notes. Duration: ... view details
For viola & piano. First printing. Four movements. Premiered in New York, March 2014. Duration: ca. 9'. Score, 13 p.
For solo cello. First printing. One movement work dedicated to the family of Trayvon Martin. Score, 4 p.
For clarinet or viola & piano. First printing. The two versions of the work differ in extent. The respective piano parts are therefore not interchangeable. Score and part.
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