15 Easy to Intermediate pieces from 18th-century Ireland
Instrumentation : flute (violin or oboe) and piano; cello (bassoon) ad lib.
Version : edition with CD
The latest addition to the fast-growing 'Baroque Around the World' series is an Irish album, consisting of fifteen haunting melodies by the legendary 18th-century Irish harpist Turlough O'Carolan. The selection, of easy to intermediate standard, has been made by Patrick Steinbach; the pieces range in style from the Corelli-influenced 'Carolan's Concerto', through the rumbustious 'Carolan's quarrel with the landlady', to the composer's moving final air, 'Carolan's dream'. Arrangements, for flute (violin, oboe) and keyboard, with optional cello or bassoon, are by Jeremy Barlow, who has edited three other volumes in 'Baroque Around the World', of English, French and Swedish music.
Contenu : Sheebag and Sheemore - Princess Royal - All alive - The clergy's lamentation - Blind Mary - Squire Wood's lamentation on the refusal of his halfpence - Planxty Kelly - Carolan's quarrel with the landlady - Lament for Terence MacDonough - Mrs Anne MacDermott Roe - Kean O'Hara - Planxty Lady Wrixon - Carolan's Concerto - Morgan Magan - Carolan's dream
Date de parution : 20/09/2007
Nombre de pages : 40
Langue : English - French - German
Format : New Edition portrait
Brand reference number:SCHED13056