3 Pieces for Three Guitars by Philip Hemmo, This three-piece collection offers late beginner level students both technical and musical challenges. This work is perfect as a concert piece for your school guitar ensemble or community group. The first movement, Danza, is set in the style of a barcarolle. The sultry nature of the rhythm, which is matched by harmonics, emphasize a lyric melody. The second movement, Adagio, is very Baroque in feel with modern harmonies. The last movement, Chase, is a triumphant rondeau with a lyric, ear catching melody. ($12.00)[wpecpp id=4484]
The Beautiful Blue Danube by Johann Strauss II and arranged for guitar quartet by Philip Hemmo. ($12.00)[wpecpp id=”2162″ align=”right”]
Romanza Rumba traditional Spanish melody arranged by Julie Goldberg ($14.00)[wpecpp name=”Romanza Rumba” price=”14.00″ align=”right”]
Romanza Rumba is a latin take on the famous Spanish Romance by Anonymous. Although classical guitarist play the piece in a straight triple meter, flamenco and Latin-American players perform the piece with a syncopated Rumba rhythmic pattern. The repeated syncopated rhythm is the most challenging element of the piece. Beginning to Intermediate difficulty.
El Noi de la Mare traditional Catalan Christmas Carol arranged by Julie Goldberg ($10.00)[wpecpp name=”El Noi de la Mare (Quartet)” price=”10.00″ align=”right”]
The Catalonian Folk Song, El Noi de la Mare (The Mother’s Son) from northeastern Spain, is a traditional Christmas Carol. The great guitarist, Andrés Segovia would often perform Miguel Llobet’s arrangement as an encore, making El Noi de la Mare a favorite piece among guitarists.