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The guitar music of Heitor Villa-Lobos: challenging common assumptions regarding idiomatic fingerings, shapes and gestures as used in selected preludes and etudesc

Argondizza, Peter and , University of Strathclyde and , Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Dram and , Peter Argondizza and , University of Strathclyde (Funder) and , RSAMD (Funder) (2009) The guitar music of Heitor Villa-Lobos: challenging common assumptions regarding idiomatic fingerings, shapes and gestures as used in selected preludes and etudesc. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

The lecture explores the idiomatic "guitaristic" gestures used by Villa-Lobos in selected Etudes and Preludes focusing on the relationships between both the "idiomatic" fingerings/shapes employed by Villa-Lobos and their the harmonic and formal design of each composition. The emphasis is emphasis on Etude number 12, though there is further discussion of how early twentieth century compositional trends were incorporated in the Etudes, Preludes and Choros of Villa-Lobos. Audio/visual recording of a lecture-presentation given for the Big Guitar Weekend event at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama 10 November 2009.