Qty 1 Add to cart. Fantasia para un gentilhombre Rodrigo, J Flute and piano reduction of Fantasia para un gentilhombre. Finally, the fourth movement, Canario, brings in music that Sanz wrote in the style of a folk dance originating in the Canary Islands. Customers also bought Send to friend Customer reviews.
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Sources Movement 1. Villano y ricercar The first movement opens with the melodic Villano that passes back and forth between the solo guitarist and the orchestra repeatedly. This is the form of the other movements of the work. The music also hints subtly at themes used in the subsequent movements. The second part of the first movement, called Ricercare, is a short piece contrasting with Villano and entirely based on a two-bar phrase, repeated in the form of a complex fugue or ricercare.
Danza de las hachas The third movement, Danza de las Hachas Dance of the Axes , has an energetic dance beat, largely supported by a crescendo from the orchestra. Canario The fourth movement, Canario, brings in music that Sanz wrote in the style of a folk dance originating in the Canary Islands. Most of the movements retain the names that Sanz originally gave them. The instrument made it possible to transcribe works originally written for baroque lute without deleterious transposition of the bass notes.
After , Yepes used the ten-string guitar exclusively. He studied music, theology, and philosophy at the University of Salamanca, where he was later appointed Professor of Music.
Fantasia Para un Gentilhombre
Fantasia para un Gentilhombre