- Author:John Corigliano
- Publisher:GS EDITION 5 (October 1, 2008)
- Pages:32 pages
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Composer: John Corigliano. Originally for guitar and chamber orchestra, this three-part lyrical concerto is a series of free variations on an original troubadour-like melody.
Composer: John Corigliano.
John Corigliano - G. Schirmer, In. For guitar and piano reduction. World Premiere was given on October 8, 1993, at the Ordway Music Theatre, St. Paul, Minnesota. Schirmer, Inc. Troubadours. Variations for Guitar and Chamber Orchestra). Performance material on rental from publisher. Duration: ca. 23'. Score (27 . and part.
The Red Violin - Chaconne For Violin And Piano (Chaconne for Violin and Orchestra). Sonata (Violin and Piano). For piano, voice, and guitar (chords only). By John Corigliano (1938-). For violin and piano. Set of performance parts (includes separate pull-out violin part). Solo part and piano reduction.
John Corigliano is one of the most important American composers of his generation and one the most versatile. What he has accomplished exemplifies the American music of our time. While his music is often harmonically complex and rhythmiaclly challenging, he also dares to write a simple, beautiful melody, which is unusual in our time
Variations for Guitar & Chamber Orchestra.
Variations for Guitar & Chamber Orchestra. Guitar & Piano Reduction. Troubadours quantity.
Guitar and Piano Reduction.
John CORIGLIANO Troubadours (Variations for Guitar and Chamber Orchestra)
John CORIGLIANO Troubadours (Variations for Guitar and Chamber Orchestra). Dedicated to Sharon Isbin for Guitar and Chamber Orchestra, this three-part lyrical concerto is a series of free variations on an original troubadour style melody.
For Violin and Piano Reduction. Description John Corigliano: Metamusic - Three Songs For Theater Voice And Piano Includes Dodecaphonia, Marvelous Invention, and End of the Line. Lyrics by Mark Adamo. Songlist Dodecaphonia End Of The Line Marvelous Invent.
John Corigliano’s dual mastery of classical genres and film scores has made him an icon of American composition. National Sawdust celebrates his eightieth birthday with a concert that features one of his most beloved works, Mr. Tambourine Man, in which a sequence of Bob Dylan lyrics are set. With its season opener next week, CityMusic Cleveland celebrates composer John Corigliano, with performances of his "Red Violin" Concerto and two subtly related works by Schumann.