Sonata For Cello And Guitar SHEET MUSIC for classical guitar by Radames Gnattali – ECH 13 pages published by Chanterelle. The original is listed as permanently out of print at several sites, but it appears to have been reprinted by and available from Chanterelle. : Radames Gnattali: Sonata for Cello and Guitar ( ) by Radames Gnattali and a great selection of similar New, Used and.
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The musical balance between the instruments is also unusual in that the major role is given to the plucked instrument.
This is especially noticeable in the musical gnatta,i of the fourth movement. Brazilliance Music ; Heidelberg: Empty the collection first.
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The improvisation of the accompaniment based on the written figured bass line may just as well have been executed by either harp or lute ceolo by the moretraditional harpsichord or organ.
It was written for cello and colascione, a Persian plucked instrument, which gained a certain popularity in Italy and Germany at the end of the 17th gnatttali. Similar Items Related Subjects: WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. The exact dates of the composer are not known; publisher Thierry Meunier speculates that he lived between