Chamber Music

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Catalogue Number

Title and description


494-02138 (EICM-1)


Ludwig van Beethoven, Serenade Op. 8 in D Major. Arranged for violin, viola and guitar by Wenceslaus Matiegka (1773-1830). Revised and edited by Matanya Ophee. 21+16+8+8 pp. Score and parts. A miniature facsimile of the first edition of 1807 is reproduced in the parts. Press Reviews. $24.95

494-02139 (EICM-4)


J.S. Bach, Adagio from Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C Major, BWV 564. Arranged for oboe (flute/violin) and guitar, with cello ad-libitum by Matanya Ophee. An arrangement of the second movement from the organ solo. Score and parts. Press Reviews. $4.95

494-02140 (EICM-5)


François de Fossa (1775-1849) Trio Op. 18 No. 1 in A Major for violin, guitar and ‘cello. Revised and edited by Margarita Mazo. With a biographical Introduction by Matanya Ophee. Includes a facsimile of the autograph score. 36+16+12+42 pp. Press Reviews. $24.95

491-00444 (DTMO-2)


Richard Pick 12 Christmas Carols. For guitar and melody instrument. See Guitar & Voice section for details. $9.95

494-02141 (EICM-10)


Roberto Sierra Tríptico—Quintet for guitar and strings. Dedicated to David Tanenbaum. As Recorded by David Tanenbaum and the Shanghai String Quartet on New Albion Records. Score and parts. 16+8+8+8+8+16 pp. Press Reviews. $35.95

494-02142 (EICM-9)


Roberto Sierra Primera Crónica del Descubrimiento for flute and guitar. Premiered by Ben Verdery and Rie Schmidt at the 2nd American Guitar Congress. These two pieces are the first of series of chronicles (crónica in Spanish) composed on the subject of the meeting between the aboriginal Indian culture of the Caribbean islands and the Spanish Corituistadores. The image of surprise and bewilderment from both sides (there was less information available in the 1490’s that what we have at hand today) is particularly fascinating thought for the composer. What did the “Indians” think about the conquistadores, and vice versa? In these two pieces Leyenda Taína (Taíno Leyend—being the name of the tribe that inhabited the Island of Puerto Rico) and Danza, the composer put in musical thought his own interpretation of some of the things that might have occurred 500 years ago. Guitar score and flute part. 6+3 pp. $9.95

494-02143 (EICM-29)


Roberto Sierra, Segunda y Tercera Crónicas del Descubrimiento for flute and guitar. These two Chronicles of Discovery are a sequel to previously published first set Primera Crónica del Descubrimiento. Noche is a tone poem that evokes the primeval night sounds of the Caribbean nights. En busca del oro alludes to the engine that moved the conquest: the search for gold and riches. Canción and Batalla close the cycle with stark contrasts: the innocence of a simple song and the violence of battle. These two Chronicles of Discovery were commissioned by Susan Morris de Jong and Jeffrey Van. Score and parts. 8+12+12 pp. $17.95

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