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White, Yellow and Red

White, Yellow and Red

Compositeur: KRUISBRINK Annette

DZ 2384


ISBN: 978-2-89737-301-6 

3 guitares

6 p. + parties séparées

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Set in three movements that run end-to-­end, this is a rhythmically fascinating piece. The piece, listed as «easy» by the publisher, sees the three forces in the title broadly having their own range of pitches, with Guitar Three providing the bass, and Guitar One the higher notes. But the parts cross and share motifs here and there to add variety. «White» pits 3/4 against 6/8 time, with the individual parts tending to stay in one meter for an entire phrase, but both time signatures are always present. The movement is all in the first two positions and the selection of strummed chords use simple and comfortable shapes. «Yellow» is in 4/4 with more performance tricks­tone changes, harmonies, bent notes and a more somber overall mood. Although there are 16th notes, they are either slurred or have notes repeated, so that only one hand is working at full speed at any one time. «Red» is a Little more complex, reverting to the rhythm patterns of «White» but with a more strident melody and adding percus­sion and tambora effects. There is no fingering, but everything is self-evident. The dynamics and articu­lation are clearly shown. The piece would suit an ensemble of modest ability, but perhaps a conductor might be helpful in binding together the contrasting rhythms.
(Classical Guitar Magazine)

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