Moogujind I will definitely find the Regino Sainz version, see if it is comparable to my current fingering that is actually working very well! There is also a You Tube video of him playing rordigo piece and you can watch the fingering to some extent. You will need a very good left hand! With all good wishes. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. After that search his version of the Zapateado Technically demanding but musically not worth the time.
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Life[ edit ] Rodrigo was born in Sagunto Valencia , and completely lost his sight at the age of three after contracting diphtheria. Although distinguished by having raised the Spanish guitar to dignity as a universal concert instrument and best known for his guitar music, he never mastered the instrument himself. He wrote his compositions in Braille , and they were transcribed for publication. His first published compositions  date from His most famous work, Concierto de Aranjuez , was composed in in Paris for the guitarist Regino Sainz de la Maza.
In later life he and his wife declared that it was written as a response to the miscarriage of their first child. The central adagio movement is one of the most recognizable in 20th-century classical music, featuring the interplay of guitar with cor anglais [ citation needed ]. The Concerto was adapted by the composer himself for Harp and Orchestra at the request of Nicanor Zabaleta and dedicated to Zabaleta.
The success of this concerto led to commissions from a number of prominent soloists, including Nicanor Zabaleta, for whom Rodrigo dedicated his Concierto serenata for Harp and Orchestra, Julian Lloyd Webber , for whom Rodrigo composed his Concierto como un divertimento for cello and orchestra, and James Galway , for whom Rodrigo composed his Concierto pastoral for flute and orchestra.
His Concierto Andaluz, for four guitars and orchestra, was commissioned by Celedonio Romero for himself and his three sons. These two works are very often paired in recordings.
Their daughter, Cecilia, was born on 27 January Rodrigo died in in Madrid at the age of 97, and his daughter succeeded him as Marquesa de los Jardines de Aranjuez.
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