Sacred Music for Guitar Quartet
Sacred Music for Guitar Quartet

Sacred Music for Guitar Quartet

Model: 7591 / CNP74359
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Description

24 Traditional Hymns

Arranged for guitar ensemble
by Glenn Caluda, Manley Mallard & Joseph Mayes

Publication's Style: Soft Cover Comb Bound - Includes Duplicate Volume for Ensemble Playing
Pages: 50
Level of Difficulty: Easy/Intermediate
General Description: Guitar Ensemble

About the Music

These arrangements are particularly well suited to the guitar quartet, as the arrangers are well-versed in the medium and have carefully considered issues like tessitura and ensemble. The parts are as equal as they can be and there is no musical line that is unimportant. The style of scoring used in this edition – that is: putting the first and third guitars on the first staff and the second and fourth on the second staff - makes the music extremely versatile. The hymns can be played as quartets for players of modest attainment, but also work very well as duos for more advanced guitarists.

These are beautiful compositions that just happen to be hymns and should be played for their musical merit and not only in church services. Even though these versatile arrangements are playable by student quartets of modest attainment, they are not over-simplified or in any way inappropriate for more advanced players.

About the Arrangers

Manley Mallard, born in Bennington, Vermont, studied guitar with Manuel Fraguela, Glenn Caluda, Christopher Harlan, and Steve Schenkel. He is currently on the faculty of Millikin University and is the coordinator of the guitar studies program. He teaches both classical and jazz guitar and directs guitar ensembles. Mr. Mallard holds degrees from Shenandoah University, Kent State University, and Webster University.

Glenn Caluda is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. He has studied guitar with Aaron Shearer, Loris Chobanian, Jesus Silva, John Marlow, and Paul Guma. Mr. Caluda is professor of guitar at Shenandoah Conservatory of Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia. His published works include compositions and arrangements for guitar solo, guitar with voice, guitar with flute, guitar ensemble, and children's choir. Glenn Caluda, with his wife Elizabeth Caluda, regularly present concerts of little-known 19th century works for guitar and piano. He holds degrees from Louisiana State University and the University of Maryland.

Joseph Mayes is currently on the faculty of Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey where he teaches music history, classical guitar, renaissance lute and related ensembles. He has studied guitar with Andres Segovia, Jose Tomas, Carlos Barbosa-Lima, and Glenn Caluda. He regularly performs recitals on renaissance lute, archlute, vihuela, classical guitars from the renaissance, baroque, romantic (19th Century) and 20th Century both solo and as part of the Mayes Guitar Duo which consists of himself and his wife Kathleen Mayes. In addition to playing the guitar, Mr. Mayes has become a skilled guitar builder – most of the instruments used in his concerts are of his own construction. He holds degrees from Thomas Edison College and Shenandoah University.

Features

  • Model: 7591 / CNP74359
  • Manufactured by: 1 - C - CNP-Consignment
  • Condition: new

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