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An easy piano version of the famous tango "La Cumparsita", arranged from Paul Riggenbach
|Music by||Gerardo Hernan Matos Rodriguez|
|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, incl. chord symbols|
|Arranged from||YouTube Video|
This is an arrangement from Paul Riggenbach for easy piano: easy to play but nice to listen. The arrantement is close to the original recording of Firpo from the year 1916 (view video!).
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.
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