Por ti mi Corazon and Anna Magdalena

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Por ti mi Corazon and Anna Magdalena

Postby APK » Mon Dec 26, 2016 4:53 pm

Hi everyone,

I'm hoping for help with two questions.

First, does anyone know where to find the sheet music for Por ti mi Corazon? From what I understand, it was, at one time, to be found in 3 Canciones Populaires Mexicanas. But, if that was the case, it no longer is.

Second, does anyone know of a recording for classical guitar of the Notebook for Anna Magdalena?

Thanks for the help,
A

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Re: Por ti mi Corazon and Anna Magdalena

Postby Stephen Kenyon » Mon Dec 26, 2016 10:26 pm

Por ti mi Corazon is the middle one of Ponce's three Canciones populares mexicanas, published by Schott.
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Re: Por ti mi Corazon and Anna Magdalena

Postby Altophile » Tue Dec 27, 2016 12:47 am

APK wrote:Hi everyone,...Second, does anyone know of a recording for classical guitar of the Notebook for Anna Magdalena?

Thanks for the help,
A


I'm not aware of any single recording on classical guitar of the Anna Magdalena Notebook, but one could probably track down recordings of individual pieces so that you ultimately have them all in the end. They may not all be in the original key, though. Here's what I can come up with just off the top of my head:

1. Angel Romero's "A Touch of Class" CD" (superb!):

a. Minuet in G Major performed in D Major

b. Minuet in G Minor performed in D Minor

2. Goran Sollscher's "Eleven-String Baroque" CD (also superb!):

a. Minuet in G Major performed in A Major(?)

b. Minuet in G Minor performed in A Minor(?)

3. Alexandre Lagoya's "Alexandre Lagoya Play's Bach" CD:

a. Minuet in G Major performed in D Major

b. Minuet in G Minor performed in D Minor

c. Marche (C.ph.E Bach)

d. Polonaise (C.Ph.E.Bach)

e. Muesette (Anon)

f. Polonaise (J.A. Hasse)

g. Marche (Anon)

4. The CD that accompanies "Classical Masterpieces for Fingerstyle Guitar" (Santorella Publications LTD.) includes the following performed by Guillermo Gonzalez:

a. Minuet in G Major performed in the original key

b. Another Minuet in G Major (BWV Anh. II 116) performed in the original key (very nice). You can hear a performance of this piece in D Major, here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ky-8bIDwHCo

Note: IMO, this piece should be performed in D Major on the guitar.

5. The CD that accompanies "Guitar TAB Classical Favorites" (Basix, published by Alfred) includes:

a. The Minuet in G Major performed in the original key

b. The Minuet in G Minor, but in the key of A Minor (Why, oh why did they do that? Dumb!).

c. March

d. Musette

6. The Intimate Guitar / 2, by Andres Segovia (vinyl only, as far as I know), includes the following:

a. Minuet I

b. Minuet II

c. Marche I

d. Minuet III

e. March II

f. Minuet IV

g. Musette

So there's at least a start:-)

~Sean

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Re: Por ti mi Corazon and Anna Magdalena

Postby APK » Wed Dec 28, 2016 8:46 pm

Thank you, Stephen and Sean for the help with my questions.

Stephen: I had received different information regarding Ponce's 3 Canciones but yours is correct. (In the recent editions of of the 3 Canciones the middle piece is simply entitled Andante.)

Sean: goodness – a start indeed! Your list is extraordinary.

I'm truly grateful to both of you.

Best,
Avron


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