arranged by Jan Thomsen [vce,guit]
It might seem strange to find a bel canto Mozart from 'Don Giovanni' and 'Le nozze di Figaro' with a plucked accompaniment produced in Copenhagen in 1800. But it is easily explained by Constanze Mozart’s marriage to the Danish diplomat Nissen.
16 pages | 23 x 30,5 cm | 80 g | ISMN: 979-0-004-17990-1 | Softcover
It might seem strange to find a bel canto Mozart from “Don Giovanni” and “Le nozze di Figaro” with a plucked accompaniment produced in Copenhagen in 1800. But it is easily explained by Constanze Mozarts marriage to the Danish diplomat Nissen. The technically simple arrangements been retained by Jan Thomsen, who also supplied the fingerings.
It is common knowledge that voice and guitar sound well together. But why should this combination remain the special reserve of singer-songwriters? We have decided to arrange a number of suitable songs from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras for this combination.
|1. Non più andrai - Nun vergiß leises Flehn (from: Die Hochzeit des Figaro)|
|2. Deh vieni non tardar - O säume länger nicht (from: Die Hochzeit des Figaro)|
|3. Deh vieni alla fenestra - Feinsliebchen, komm ans Fenster (from: Don Giovanni)|