Select Contradanzas Habaneras by 19th century Cuban composer Manuel Saumell (1817-1870). Saumell is known as the Father of nationalism in Cuban music. In more than 50 Contradanzas Habaneras, Saumell never repeated himself, for within those 8 or 16-bar phrases, he was capable of astounding rhythmic and melodic invention. This group of contradanzas were originally written for the piano and arranged here for flute and guitar by Elias Barreiro. Presented in standard notation only with separate pull-out sections for guitar and flute. Here is a listing of related products.
Saddlestitch: Stapled through the fold in two places. Used for books of less than 80 pages. Lies open easily.
10 May 2004
Length x Width:
11 x 8.5 inches
Old ISBN Code: 0786616792
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