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ProduitsPartitions pour guitare3 guitaresBambou calypso, Habanera bohème

Bambou calypso, Habanera bohème

Bambou calypso, Habanera bohème

Compositeur: TISSERAND Thierry

DZ 1548

Intermédiaire

ISBN: 978-2-89655-447-8

3 guitares

12 p. + parties séparées

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Description

It is always a delight to review Tisserand’s pieces for they are fun to play, full of invention, very musical and effortlessly guitaristic.
Here are two trios for the moderate players amongst you. Nothing is very difficult at all and for a great deal of the time the top two parts are solo notes only: when they are not they are usually simple pairs of notes. The third part does have some chords to play but then the rest of the time they are only playing the bass runs. so nothing there needs to give players too many worries.
What is important is the quality of the two pieces on offer. The first, Bambou Calypso set in G, is full of the 3/3/2 rhythmic structure of this style. It opens up with this in guitar 3 followed by the other two guitars harmonising the melody. After a middle section the opening idea returns with a more involved structure. followed by a brief coda and a close on a tonic 6th chord.
Habanera Boheme is in D minor and marked “avec émotion”. Again the 3rd guitar takes up the rhythmic bass line and the top two guitars play the melody and close harmony work. There is an excursion into the tonic major: a situation that repeats twice more with musical variation and in the final instance there is a friendly close on a D6 chord.
Neither piece is longer than three or four minutes.
Moreover both are excellent for recitals or just for fun amongst friends, as indeed are just about every piece I have ever seen by this writer.
Chris Dumigan (Classical Guitar Magazine)

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