Browning for guitar duet

Clive Lane

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.

March

Clive Lane

For guitar quartet: a March in Dm with a slower middle section in Gm.     Here’s how it sounds:

Variations in Am

Clive Lane

A Theme and Variations in Am using the full range of the tenor recorder and including a short guitar solo. Here’s how it sounds:  

Strike the Viol Guitar Quartet

Clive Lane

‘Strike the Viol’ by Henry Purcell (1659-1695). Originally written for solo voice and small instrumental group, arranged here for guitar quartet with optional bass guitar.

Hungarian Melody for two guitars

Clive Lane

Franz Schubert’s piano piece Hungarian Melody (D817) arranged for two guitars. A haunting melody. Score and parts.

Sinfonia – Allegro for two guitars

Clive Lane

An arrangement for two guitars of the second movement (Allegro) of the Sinfonia in F major for violoncello and continuo by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736). Arranged by Bernard Williams.

Sinfonia 1-Comodo for two guitars

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An arrangement for two guitars of the first movement (Comodo) of the Sinfonia in F major for violoncello and continuo by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736). Arranged by Bernard Williams.

Momentum for guitar duet

Clive Lane

A guitar duet premiered by the Sydney duo Paula Montgomerie and Peter Mony in 2020. Score and parts.