Fairly fast, not too difficult.
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.
For guitar quartet: a March in Dm with a slower middle section in Gm. Here’s how it sounds:
‘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.
Franz Schubert’s piano piece Hungarian Melody (D817) arranged for two guitars. A haunting melody. Score and parts.
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.
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.
A guitar duet premiered by the Sydney duo Paula Montgomerie and Peter Mony in 2020. Score and parts.
Written as incidental music for a friend’s wedding.
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