7 edition of Common time (for cello & guitar) found in the catalog.
Common Time 1989 voor violoncello & gitaar Annette Kruisbrink
Common Time voor violoncello en gitaar is geschreven in 1989 en heeft een tijdsduur van circa 6 minuten.
Hoewel niet altijd duidelijk hoorbaar staat het gehele stuk in vierkwartsmaat genoteerd.
Vandaar de titel Common Time (de engelse benaming voor vierkwartsmaat).
Common Time is een dynamisch stuk met een ritmisch karakter waarbij
de violoncello en de gitaar gelijkwaardig behandeld worden
|Genre||music for guitar|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 score (10 p.) + 2 parts ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
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