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Latin Dances

Latin Dances

4 Famous Standards


  • Instrumentation: string quartet (double bass ad libitum)
  • Edition: score and parts
€26.50  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.23 kg

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Description

Demanding salon music for string quartet (with double-bass ad libitum) is provided by Wolfgang Birtel in his 'Latin Dances' with four titles which can be played individually or as a little suite. The first dance is the chorinho 'Não me toques' by Zequinha de Abreu (1880-1935) who not only wrote 'Tico Tico' but also other rousing pieces of music. Ernesto Nazareth (1863-1934) is considered to be the 'inventor' of the Brazilian tango and waltz: He titled the waltz, which follows as second title, 'Ingenious'. These rather unknown titles are followed by two absolute worldwide hits: 'Bolada de Aficionado' by A.G. Villoldo and then the everlasting beguine 'Bésame Mucho' by the Mexican composer Consuelo Velázques (1916-2005). Whether individually or as a 'four-pack' – the fingers will be twitching and the toes will be tingling for this music carries away musicians and audience alike.

Details
Binding: Saddle stitching
Content text: Z. de Abreu : Não me toques
E. Nazareth : Genial
A.G. Villoldo: Bolada de Aficionado
C. Velázquez : Bésame Mucho
Difficulty: intermediate
ISMN: 979-0-001-18956-9
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Souvenir Musical
UPC: 841886026148
page number: 56
Delivery rights: distribution rights for Europe

Demanding salon music for string quartet (with double-bass ad libitum) is provided by Wolfgang Birtel in his 'Latin Dances' with four titles which can be played individually or as a little suite. The first dance is the chorinho 'Não me toques' by Zequinha de Abreu (1880-1935) who not only wrote 'Tico Tico' but also other rousing pieces of music. Ernesto Nazareth (1863-1934) is considered to be the 'inventor' of the Brazilian tango and waltz: He titled the waltz, which follows as second title, 'Ingenious'. These rather unknown titles are followed by two absolute worldwide hits: 'Bolada de Aficionado' by A.G. Villoldo and then the everlasting beguine 'Bésame Mucho' by the Mexican composer Consuelo Velázques (1916-2005). Whether individually or as a 'four-pack' – the fingers will be twitching and the toes will be tingling for this music carries away musicians and audience alike.

Binding: Saddle stitching
Content text: Z. de Abreu : Não me toques
E. Nazareth : Genial
A.G. Villoldo: Bolada de Aficionado
C. Velázquez : Bésame Mucho
Difficulty: intermediate
ISMN: 979-0-001-18956-9
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Souvenir Musical
UPC: 841886026148
page number: 56
Delivery rights: distribution rights for Europe