Mozart, W. A. - Concerto n°23 for piano and orchestra - movement II - for 3 guitars

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Mozart, W. A. - Concerto n°23 for piano and orchestra - movement II - for 3 guitars

Postby laurent cinus » Tue Feb 23, 2016 9:17 pm

Hello everyone,

Here is an adaptation of movement II Concerto No. 23 of Mozart's divine. I adapted for 3 guitars in the original key - F # m -.
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Re: Mozart, W. A. - Concerto n°23 for piano and orchestra - movement II - for 3 guitars

Postby Marek Cupak » Sun Feb 28, 2016 5:33 pm

Hi Laurent. Cool idea! Is it a real guitar trio or a virtual one (3x single performer)? Anyway, those pizzicati divided into two parts are indeed nice.

Playing with capo in II could be an option. I'd definitely try to transpose and notate in E min., which being capoed in II is F# min. with maybe some extra resonance to it.
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Postby Lusaka_Guitarist » Tue Mar 01, 2016 7:40 pm

Beautiful piece.

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Re: Mozart, W. A. - Concerto n°23 for piano and orchestra - movement II - for 3 guitars

Postby lucy » Wed Mar 02, 2016 2:12 pm

This is fantastic! :bravo:

It's a very moving piece, (one of my favourite's by Mozart :) ), and you did a great job. :casque:

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Re: Mozart, W. A. - Concerto n°23 for piano and orchestra - movement II - for 3 guitars

Postby laurent cinus » Wed Mar 02, 2016 10:16 pm

Hello,
Thank you to Marek, Lusaka and Lucy for your comments. :D
Marek Yes it's me playing the guitar parts 3, actually a capo II would avoid some resonances and give more clarity to the whole, but it would lose the side a little darker than I like this tone.
This work is also one of my favorites, I would have liked to learn to play the piano only to play this concerto movement !!! but being a guitarist, the only solution is treason, an adaptation of this masterpiece for 3 guitars, it's like the Mona Lisa reproduction in black and white on a stamp but it's still better than nothing!!! :roll:
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Re: Mozart, W. A. - Concerto n°23 for piano and orchestra - movement II - for 3 guitars

Postby Marek Cupak » Sat Mar 05, 2016 6:49 am

Hi Laurent. I maybe would not compare it to the B&W version of Mona Lisa. A music not demanding much of instrument-specific techniques is indeed shapable (take Bach or Scarlatti pieces), at least to a certain degree.
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Re: Mozart, W. A. - Concerto n°23 for piano and orchestra - movement II - for 3 guitars

Postby JohnB » Sat Mar 05, 2016 11:56 am

Very nice adaption.

By the way, anyone interested in hearing and watching the original there is performance of the entire concerto by the great Romanian pianist Radu Lupu with the Vienna Phil (Wiener Philharmoniker) on YouTube. The slow movement is played with mesmeric beauty and starts around 11:25 in.
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