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This is the complete Suite of tangos by Eduardo Arolas, which I have made for the Scandinavian Guitarduo.
All three peices of the suite are availiable as individual scores, but by buying the whole suite you get a slight discount, compared to buying them all individually.
The suite consists of three pieces: "Anatom�a", " La Guitarrita" and "Lagrimas"
The first piece is delightful and roughly sketches out the most common form, (AA BB trio A)and some typical melodic ideas in traditional tango. Thus the name, anatomia, meaning (obviously) Anathomy.
La Guitarrita means "the little guitar" and it was obvious to me when I first found this piece that it had to be a part of this suite. Because of the title I have tried to make my arrangement as guitaristic as I could, and to challenge the duo technically and their own little guitars.
Lagrimas means tears, and there is a certain sadness to the tune, although there is, as always with the tango, some dualityas well, since on the surface, it is quite cheerfull. And such is the nature of the tango. It is full of life, but always with a hint of sadness- It is painstakingly sad, but always with an underlying humour and driving energy.
I hope that this little suite will bring the same joy to those who buy it, as playing the tango has brought me.
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