What a singular pleasure it is for me to share some of my favorite baroque music with you all! The works presented on this recording represent a fairly wide range of baroque compositional styles by some of the superstars of the period. Each composer was a master not only of the pen, but of his chosen instrument. It is my hope that their collective musical spirit has been awakened again here on my own beloved instrument, the classical guitar. Domenico Scarlatti was an Italian composer who spent most of his professional life working for the Portuguese and Spanish royal families. He was born in Naples, in the Kingdom of Naples which belonged to the Spanish crown at that time.
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Forum rules Respect Copyrights : Any messages offering illegal material or links to sites that provide unauthorized, copyrighted material will be removed by the moderators. Absolutely amazed at the sonority of the guitar. I'd be interested and grateful to look at the score Do you think there is a guitar transcription somewhere???
Very gratefully yours, gmoffa. In my view Yates excels in the art of creating practicable guitar arrangements that faithfully represent the music of the original piece and this is what he says about les barricades: "This is well-known to guitarists but transcriptions often attempt to duplicate the four voice texture of the original. This is not necessary as the natural tendency of guitarists playing this kind of texture is to allow notes to ring over anyway.
It looks more playable and flows really nicely; I love the interpretation too I hope you find it a friendly place There are lots of resources here, so have a look around and feel free to join any of the discussions.
Please have a look at this welcome page to find out what you need to know about using the forum. Please also consider introducing yourself here. However I wouldn't mistake the ease with which it flows for the simplicity of the arrangement, he is a fantastic guitarist IMHO who can make anything he plays flow well! However it does look as if it is in C, as is the Yates version.
As with any arrangement you might find there is scope for changing some of the fingering to suit your own needs. I did it from the original score, but it's pretty similar to the Voorhorst version, apart from the fingering in places. I tried to get back to the original two in a bar feel, but without all the tied notes that make it difficult to read. Board index All times are UTC.
Couperin - Les Baricades Misterieuses sheet music for Guitar
The work is in rondeau form, employing a variant of the traditional romanesca in the bass in quadruple time rather than the usual triple time. The effect is shimmering, kaleidoscopic and seductive, a sonic trompe l'oeil that seem to have presaged images of fractal mathematics, centuries before they existed. The piece was voted at 76 in the Australian Classic music of France countdown. All four possible spelling combinations have since been used with "double r" and a "y" being the most common.