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Debussy C. - Rêverie - Duet for two Guitars (Minus One option) arranged by Vincent F. Coley

SM-000234707
Composer
Claude Debussy
Arranger
Vincent Coley
Publisher
Vincent Coley
Genre
Classical / Instrumental
Instrumentation
Classical guitar
Scored for
Duo
Type of score
Full score, Parts
Key
D minor
Duration
4'10"
Difficulty
Advanced

Description
Rêverie

Written in 1890, Debussy's Rȇverie was one of his first solo piano works to make an impact. Even at this early stage in his career, when he was still working out what kind of composer he wanted to be.

The gently repetitive theme that opens the work feels like a descent into sleepy dream-world (as the title suggests), and as the textures become ever richer the dreams only become more lush and addictive. A fantastic early sign that this Debussy fellow was one to watch.

Although it was written as a piano solo, there have been numerous arrangements of Rȇverie for other instruments and ensembles. Examples include versions for violin and piano, violin and harp, chamber orchestra and (most importantly) for two guitars recorded by Julian Bream and John Williams.

Minus One option
I would like to offer, free of charge, three MP3 copies of this music i.e.
MP3 01: Rȇverie: Full Score
MP3 02: Rȇverie: Minus 1st guitar.
MP3 03: Rȇverie: Minus 2nd guitar.

To obtain this, after purchase, please forward your email address (in strictest confidence) and I will send you the Zip file containing them.

The preview sound file consists of a playing of the Rȇverie (preview page) followed by a repeat without the 1st guitar which segues into the remaining duet.

($6.00 <> £3.60 <> €4.35 )

Upload date: 18 Nov 2015

 

Sheet music file including a license for an unlimited number of performances, limited to one year.
6.00 USD
PDF, 457.9 Kb (12 p.)

 

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