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Csárdás

Csárdás


  • Instrumentation: guitar
  • Language: German - English
  • Order No.: ECH2718
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Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.07 kg

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The Hungarian Dance Csárdás is the best known work by Vittorio Monti (1868-1922) an Ita - lian composer born in Naples, who worked extensively as a conductor and composer in Paris. Originally written for Violin, or Mandolin, with piano or orchestra accompaniment Csárdás was immediately selected by numerous virtuosos who adopted it as a showpiece. Nowadays, it is still widely heard for just about every instrumental combination from various solo instruments, particularly solo violin, to versions for many instrumental combinations from gypsy orchestras through to marching bands. We are proud to publish this fine solo guitar arrangement by the virtuoso Russian guitarist Dimitri Lavrentiev, who resides and teaches in Augsburg, Germany.
Details
Binding: Saddle stitching
Difficulty: advanced
ISMN: 979-0-2047-2718-6
Performance duration: 4'56"
Publisher: Edition Chanterelle
UPC: 841886035638
Year of composition: 1904
page number: 8
The Hungarian Dance Csárdás is the best known work by Vittorio Monti (1868-1922) an Ita - lian composer born in Naples, who worked extensively as a conductor and composer in Paris. Originally written for Violin, or Mandolin, with piano or orchestra accompaniment Csárdás was immediately selected by numerous virtuosos who adopted it as a showpiece. Nowadays, it is still widely heard for just about every instrumental combination from various solo instruments, particularly solo violin, to versions for many instrumental combinations from gypsy orchestras through to marching bands. We are proud to publish this fine solo guitar arrangement by the virtuoso Russian guitarist Dimitri Lavrentiev, who resides and teaches in Augsburg, Germany.
Binding: Saddle stitching
Difficulty: advanced
ISMN: 979-0-2047-2718-6
Performance duration: 4'56"
Publisher: Edition Chanterelle
UPC: 841886035638
Year of composition: 1904
page number: 8