A fairly easy and tuneful Rondo for guitar duet.
Theme and variations in Am – the guitar gets a solo, too! Score and parts
Si dolce e l’tormento (‘So sweet is the torment in my breast, that I live happily from its cruel beauty’) by Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643) from: Quarto scherzo della ariose vaghezze (Venice:1624) Originally a song with guitar accompaniment, here arranged for guitar quartet with three variations.
This song by Henry Purcell (1659-1695) is from the collection ‘Come ye sons of Art’ (1694), originally for voice and small instrumental ensemble. I have arranged it here for guitar quartet with optional bass guitar.
A challenging piece for guitar duet in a modern idiom.
My arrangement of the beautiful Purcell song for tenor recorder and guitar: Musick, musick for a while Shall all your cares beguile…
A two-movement piece (Camino and Folk Song) for treble recorder, tenor recorder and guitar.
Not too difficult, in a modern idiom.
Three short dances for guitar duet. Medium difficulty.
The Browning is a theme and variations form used by many English renaissance composers. It is based on a popular song of the time: The leaves be green, which celebrated the ripening of nuts in the autumn. In this piece the 8 bar theme is first heard in the guitar 1 part.