Edward Grigassy

Guitar Sheet Music

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Copyright agreement: the following arrangements are copyright 1996, 1999, 2004 Edward Grigassy, All rights reserved. They may be copied, printed, re-printed, published, and performed for educational or non-profit purposes only. No money (other than basic duplication and shipping charges) can be accrued from these arrangements without the knowledge and consent of the arranger. Please contact the arranger/publisher, Edward Grigassy, if you are interested in using one or more of these arrangements in a profit-making situation. By downloading these arrangements you acknowledge and accept this agreement.

Christmas holiday music, for solo guitar

Angels We Have Heard On High / Away in a Manger (171K)
Good King Wenceslas / O Little Town of Bethlehem (115K)
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen / Joy to the World (177K)
Silent Night (two versions: arpeggiated and tremolo) (173K)
We Three Kings of Orient Are (132K)

All pages in one PDF document: xmas.pdf

Notes: Some of these were short so I put two on a page (to save paper). These are almost sight-readable, being a little more difficult than just simple two-voice polyphony. The reason for this is to add interest in the inner parts of the pieces.

Rumores de la caleta, by Isaac Albeniz, for solo guitar

Page 1, Page 2, Page 3.

All pages in one PDF document: albeniz.pdf

Notes: a thoroughly researched arrangement with input from several well-known guitar arrangers and performers. A few things were modified to amplify the guitaristic feel of this Spanish piano piece.

Sonata for oboe and continuo, G. F. Telemann, realized for oboe (flue or violin) and guitar

Movement 1, Page 1, Movement 1, Page 2,
Movement 2, Page 1, Movement 2, Page 2,
Movement 3, Page 1, Movement 3, Page 2,
Movement 4, Page 1, Movement 4, Page 2.

All pages in one PDF document: Telemann.pdf

Notes: this is a well-researched edition of this sonata. The original continuo bass (in the guitar) is as written by Telemann (except in a couple of places noted on the score). The third movement is especially lovely and is a perfect duet for weddings or other functions.

Adagio in g minor, T. Albinoni, for two guitars

Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4.

All pages in one PDF document: albinoni.pdf

Notes: this is a well-researched edition of this beautiful adagio originally for strings and organ. Please note that I kept the original key (2nd guitar uses D tuning). Because of the desire to keep this version as close to the original as possible, the arrangement is at an intermediate-advanced level, requiring some practice and rehearsal. All fingerings are editorial and should be changed whenever an easier solution is found. Also the second guitar should experiment with using pizzicato in the bass voice (especially in the opening theme and when it returns in c minor). Any comments about this piece would be appreciated!

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