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Tango - Etudes (6) ou Etudes tanguistiques

  • Category / Instrument : Flute and piano
  • Duration : 20'
  • Level : 4
  • Genre : contemporary
  • Sortiment : Score
  • Number of pages : 44 + 12
  • Publisher : Lemoine
  • Code : 27734
  • Published : 17/11/2006
  • ISBN / ISMN : 9790230977340


As this score is simply a transposition of the version for saxophone, we suggest that anyone interested in the genesis and editorial choices of this particular edition, consult the version indicated above, we would however, like to mention that:

- any accidental between parentheses is an addition with reference to the manuscript, intended to correct a probable oversight

- all other signs between parentheses aim to unify similar passages, or to synchronize accompanied and solo versions

- the piano part is voluntarily without dynamics, as was the case for the manuscript

The footnotes have also been taken from the saxophone version, though the names of the notes have obviously been transposed. The "manuscript" they refer to, is therefore an imaginary score, identical to Piazzolla's, but written a minor third lower.

Yann Ollivo (Translation: Jacqueline Rose)


n°1 Décidé - n°2 Anxieux et rubato - n°3 Molto marcato e energico - n°4 Lento meditativo - n°5 Sans indication - n°6 Avec anxiété



Poverty drove Piazzolla's ancestors to emigrate from their homeland, and the young Astor was born of Italian parentage in Mar del Plata in Argentina on 11 March 1921. ln 1925 the family moved to New York to try their fortune in the big city. [...]


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