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The Old Castle. Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky. Alto Saxophone sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music.

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Die Ou Castle. Beskeie Petrowitsj Mussorgsky. Altsaxofoon bladmusiek. Klavierbegeleiding bladmusiek.

Oorspronklik

The Old Castle. from "Pictures at an Exhibition". Composed by Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky. 1839-1881. Arranged by Heinz Both. For alto saxophone and piano. This edition. ED 20996. Saddle-stitch. Brass. Wind Music. Grade 2-3. 10 pages. Published by Schott Music. SD.49019006. ISBN 9790001174619. With his piano cycle "Pictures at an Exhibition" from 1874, Mussorgsky created a classic example of programme music. Based on the paintings of his deceased friend Viktor Hartmann, he also composed the lyrical serenade 'Il vecchio castello'. The Old Castle. , among others. Hartmann's picture shows a medieval Italian castle with a singing troubadour who accompanies himself on the lute. In Maurice Ravel's subsequent famous orchestral version, the beautiful, melancholy melody was played by the alto saxophone. Accompaniment, prelude and interludes are reminiscent of playing a medieval hurdy-gurdy with its pervading drone bass. Therein lies the continuity of the piece, thereabove lies the quiet romance with its melancholy character - the unrequited love of the troubadour. This separate edition now gives all saxophonists the opportunity to play the piece with piano accompaniment.

Vertaling

Die Ou Castle. from "Pictures at an Exhibition". Saamgestel deur Modest Mussorgsky Petrowitsj. 1839-1881. Gereël deur Heinz Beide. Vir saxofoon en klavier. Hierdie uitgawe. ED 20996. Saddle-steek. Brass. Wind Music. Graad 2-3. 10 bladsye. Gepubliseer deur Schott Musiek. SD.49019006. ISBN 9790001174619. With his piano cycle "Pictures at an Exhibition" from 1874, Mussorgsky created a classic example of programme music. Based on the paintings of his deceased friend Viktor Hartmann, he also composed the lyrical serenade 'Il vecchio castello'. Die Ou Castle. Onder andere. Hartmann's picture shows a medieval Italian castle with a singing troubadour who accompanies himself on the lute. In Maurice Ravel's subsequent famous orchestral version, the beautiful, melancholy melody was played by the alto saxophone. Accompaniment, prelude and interludes are reminiscent of playing a medieval hurdy-gurdy with its pervading drone bass. Therein lies the continuity of the piece, thereabove lies the quiet romance with its melancholy character - the unrequited love of the troubadour. This separate edition now gives all saxophonists the opportunity to play the piece with piano accompaniment.
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