Concierto en Tango for string quartet and piano by Miguel del Aguila
In this vivid, Grammy-nominated work (Best Contemporary Composiiton), Miguel del Aguila (b 1957) finds inspiration from the nostalgic tango styles of his native Uruguay. Elements of the habanera, maxixe, and milongas combine to form a exciting, kinetic rhythmic tapestry, first introduced in the solo piano and then passionately blossoming in the strings. Written originally for cello and orchestra, it is arranged here for string quartet and piano. For advanced players.
Includes full score, removable piano, violin I, violin II, viola, and cello parts
Full score: 57 pages; piano part: 19 pages; cello part: 11 pages; viola part: 11 pages; violin II part: 10 pages; violin I part: 13 pages