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Score and parts of the famous tango "La Cumparsita" interpreted by Ercaliffo, arranged close to the original recording
|Music by||Gerardo Hernan Matos Rodriguez|
|Instruments||Piano, Accordion, Bandoneon, Strings, Violin, Viola, Violoncello, Double Bass, El. Bass, Drums, Percussion|
|Instrumentation Details||There are two violins: Vl 1 und Vl 2. The part of Vl 2 may played by an instrument in Bb (e.g. clarinet). There is a supplement part for this. The bass part may be played by violoncello instead of the double bass. There is a supplementary part for this, too.|
|Transcription||Arrangement close to original, incl. chord symbols|
|Arranged from||YouTube Video|
|Pages||21 (11 pages score + 22 pages parts|
The instrumentation of the jazzinotes score is flexible (details in "instruments"): The strings may be replaced by a string synthesizer, the bandoneon by accordion (or another melody instrument), the percussion may be played by the drums. All instruments are easy to play - exept the bandoneon.
La Cumparsita is probably the most famous tango. Gerardo Hernan Matos Rodriguez (1897-1948 in Uruguay) ist the composer. A composer collegue (Miguel Villasboas) tells that Rodriguez sold the composition fo 50 Pesos to an Argentine editor. The same day he bet this sum on a horse an lost.
"La cumpersita" means "carnival parade". The tune was originalliy composed for this purpose: as a march for a "murga" (street group) of the carnival in Montevideo.
"Ercalilffo" is the pseudonym of the italian musician Franco Califano (1938-2013). He was composer, musician, producer, actor and writer.
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