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Carol of the Bells (Guitar Quintet)

Leontovich, Mykola

$7.50  

Christmas Joy (Guitar Quintet)

Traditional

$8.95  

Good Christian Men, Rejoice (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

Traditionally Good Christian Men, Rejoice is presented in a pleasant, lilting style, providing a wonderful opportunity for guitarists to play in meters infrequently seen, specifically 6/8 and 3/8. Additionally, this arrangement explores the tune in a contrasting somber tone. Multiple meters coupled with note ranges in the 9th position require the skills of more advanced players for performance. I trust you will find this arrangement to be interesting, challenging and enjoyable!

$5.95  

Good Christian Men, Rejoice (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

Traditionally Good Christian Men, Rejoice is presented in a pleasant, lilting style, providing a wonderful opportunity for guitarists to play in meters infrequently seen, specifically 6/8 and 3/8. Additionally, this arrangement explores the tune in a contrasting somber tone. Multiple meters coupled with note ranges in the 9th position require the skills of more advanced players for performance. I trust you will find this arrangement to be interesting, challenging and enjoyable!

$3.95  

Good King Wenceslas (Guitar Trio)

Cantiones, Piae

Variety is the hallmark of this interesting, entertaining, yet simple arrangement of Good King Wenceslas. The melody, introduced in a traditional chorale-style, is restated by the 2nd guitar part in the bass register and supported by a playful ostinato figure divided between the other guitars. This is contrasted in the next section where the meter changes to 3/4 for a light waltz feel and the accompanying contemporary harmony provides an unexpected tension. The piece concludes with a return to the initial chorale-style and a bold 'maestoso' ending.

$7.50  

Good King Wenceslas (Guitar Trio)

Cantiones, Piae

Variety is the hallmark of this interesting, entertaining, yet simple arrangement of Good King Wenceslas. The melody, introduced in a traditional chorale-style, is restated by the 2nd guitar part in the bass register and supported by a playful ostinato figure divided between the other guitars. This is contrasted in the next section where the meter changes to 3/4 for a light waltz feel and the accompanying contemporary harmony provides an unexpected tension. The piece concludes with a return to the initial chorale-style and a bold 'maestoso' ending.

$7.50  

I Saw Three Ships (Guitar Duo)

Traditional

$5.95  

I Wonder as I Wander (Voice and Guitar)

Traditional

The guitar's rich harmonies and flowing accompaniment lines support this hauntingly beautiful melody sung by soprano voice. An additional motif is offered by the vocalist after the second verse and reappears at the conclusion. This new melodic idea adds variety and interest while maintaining the contemplative and wistful tone established at the introduction.

$7.50  

I Wonder as I Wander (Voice and Guitar)

Traditional

The guitar's rich harmonies and flowing accompaniment lines support this hauntingly beautiful melody sung by soprano voice. An additional motif is offered by the vocalist after the second verse and reappears at the conclusion. This new melodic idea adds variety and interest while maintaining the contemplative and wistful tone established at the introduction.

$7.50  

I Wonder as I Wander (Voice, Flute and Guitar)

Traditional

The guitar's rich harmonies and flowing accompaniment lines support this hauntingly beautiful melody sung by soprano voice. A fantasia section, featuring flute, continues with the contemplative and wistful tone set at the start. A mellifluous motif, presented at the introduction, is echoed by the voice and flute at the conclusion of the song. The result is a truly strikingly beautiful piece of music.

$8.95  

I Wonder as I Wander (Voice, Flute and Guitar)

Traditional

The guitar's rich harmonies and flowing accompaniment lines support this hauntingly beautiful melody sung by soprano voice. A fantasia section, featuring flute, continues with the contemplative and wistful tone set at the start. A mellifluous motif, presented at the introduction, is echoed by the voice and flute at the conclusion of the song. The result is a truly strikingly beautiful piece of music.

$8.95  

Infant Holy, Infant Lowly (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

The traditional Polish carol, Infant Holy, Infant Lowly is initially presented in a chorale style; as the arrangement progresses, it is developed using more contemporary harmonies, textures and arranging techniques. The first statement of the tune is followed by an interlude that introduces a new melodic element which is interjected after short phrases of the traditional melody throughout the remainder of the piece. Other elements of the arrangement include cascading accompaniment lines and a counter melody.

$7.50  

Infant Holy, Infant Lowly (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

The traditional Polish carol, Infant Holy, Infant Lowly is initially presented in a chorale style; as the arrangement progresses, it is developed using more contemporary harmonies, textures and arranging techniques. The firstl statement of the tune is followed by an interlude that introduces a new melodic element which is interjected after short phrases of the traditional melody throughout the remainder of the piece. Other elements of the arrangement include cascading accompaniment lines and a counter melody.

$7.50  

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

The mood of this hauntingly beautiful French carol is established with a simple ostinato at the introduction. This is quickly joined by a statement of the melody containing both unison and harmony parts. In the second occurrence of the tune, a tonal cluster provides the backdrop for the melody that is sounded solely by guitar 4 in the bass register. The final section, performed in a new key, employs a pulsing rhythmic figure combined with an accompaniment that alternates between harmonic tension and resolution resulting in a new momentum and an escalating intensity that ultimately gives way to a calming, almost soothing conclusion.

$5.95  

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence (Guitar Quartet)

Traditional

The mood of this hauntingly beautiful French carol is established with a simple ostinato at the introduction. This is quickly joined by a statement of the melody containing both unison and harmony parts. In the second occurrence of the tune, a tonal cluster provides the backdrop for the melody that is sounded solely by guitar 4 in the bass register. The final section, performed in a new key, employs a pulsing rhythmic figure combined with an accompaniment that alternates between harmonic tension and resolution resulting in a new momentum and an escalating intensity that ultimately gives way to a calming, almost soothing conclusion.

$5.95