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Cervantina

Cervantina-Orchestra Materials-Music Schools and Conservatoires Intermediate Level

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Author/Composer

Juan Durán Alonso

Field

Music Schools and Conservatoires Intermediate Level

Collection

Orchestra Materials Nr. 45

Language

Catalan

Format

Rental Materials

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425.00 € VAT included

Contents

Cervantina, in tribute to Miguel de Cervantes and subtitled Symphonic Suite on Spanish Compositions, is an orchestral piece in a single movement that is made up of compositions that Cervantes could have heard and probably did hear, given the popularity that most of them obtained during the Renaissance and Baroque periods. It consists of brief chain verse movements that recreate Diferencias sobre “Guárdame las vacas”, Fantasía by Mudarra, Tres morillas me enamoran en Jaén and Ay, triste que vengo. All these compositions are connected by a common thread or unifying element of the score: the Follies of Spain. This piece opens and closes the composition and reappears (always under a different form), linking the various movements that make up this suite.

Technical Specifications

Duration

15'

Measurements

21 x 27 cm, vertical

,

21 x 29,7 cm, vertical

Binding

Glue binding for the book and spiral wire binding for the attachments. Stretch wrapping for the two volumes

Shrink-wrap

Book and appendix (sold as a single unit)

Number of Pages

366

Number of Pages

50

Number of parts

34

Number of Pages of Parts

316

ISMN

979-0-69231-970-2

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