UPDATED Libertango by Astor Piazzolla for String Quartet
Uploaded on Feb 14, 2015
It's basically the old score, but with the musescore 2 strings soundfont.
I wrote this back in my freshman year of high school hoping to play it with my string quartet but that never happened. It took only 2 days to arrange, but it is by far my most popular piece (just look at the views!) I've been considering having it published due to the huge interest people have been showing in it, including professional quartets and chamber music societies (though I don't think it's really THAT great). Anyway, enjoy!
PS. The drums are only there for percussion on the playback. The 1st violin will crunch their bow in those spots.
PPS: Astor Piazzolla was a contemporary composer of Tangos, combining both classical and jazz styles. He was, in 1992 by American music critic Stephen Holden, declared the foremost composer of tangos. But also check out his 4 seasons it's great.
|Part names||Violin(2), Viola, Cello, Percussion|
|Privacy||Everyone can see this score|
|License||None (All rights reserved)|