Argentinian Rhapsody

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Adriana Isabel Figueros Manas


General Info

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Duration: c.
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Publisher: Manuscript
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00

Movements

Instrumentation

Marimba
Orchestra


Program Notes

Review

"Argentinian Rhapsody" is a marimba solo with full symphony orchestra. Movement 1 is based on an "Air of Vidala" and Movement 2 is based on an "Air of Misionera." Each movement uses the marimba in a melodic way, usually playing the melody alone or in unison with other instruments. There are a few cadenza-like sections; however, they are not virtuosic but rather subdued, employing a slight embellishment of the melody. Two mallets are used throughout each movement. This is not really a concerto in terms of it being a showpiece for the marimba, but it is a melodic display of the marimba sound accompanied by a symphony orchestra. It is not difficult for the soloist or orchestra. This is a well-composed, pleasant composition with overtones of South American rhythms. - John Beck, April 2003[1]

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Works for Percussion by this Composer

Argentinian Rhapsody - Marimba, Orchestra
Two Impressions - Percussion Duo; Marimba/Vibraphone


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References

  1. PAS.ORG