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Retrieved from ” https: Arrangement for castanets, bass and guitar, performed in by Michael Laucke 6: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. The original version makes uses of the piano keyboard’s wider range compared to the tessitura of the guitar, and the key is not suitable for the guitar.
This page was last edited on 2 Augustat August Learn how and when to remove this template message. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Authority control MusicBrainz work: Asturias Leyenda Performed on a guitar by Gordon Rowland. It is not possible to transcribe the piece note for note for guitar. Sharon Isbin in the example cited takes over six minutes. Legend Leyenda Arrangement for castanets, bass and guitar, performed in by Michael Laucke 6: Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Despite the new name, this music is not considered suggestive of the folk music of the northern Spanish region of Asturiasbut rather of Andalusian flamenco traditions.
In the main theme the piano mimics the guitar technique of alternating the thumb and fingers of the right hand, playing a pedal-note open string with the index finger and a melody with the thumb.
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Articles needing additional references from August All articles needing additional references Articles with hAudio microformats Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz work identifiers Articles containing video clips. The second section is a reminiscent of a copla —a sung verse following a specific form.
Guitag piece, which lasts around six minutes in performance,  was originally written for the piano and set in the key of G minor. The music alters between a solo and accompaniment that is typical of flamenco. The piece is noted for the delicate, intricate melody of its middle section and abrupt dynamic changes.