Concerto for guitar and chamber orchestra

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The Concert for Guitar and Chamber Orchestra, a three-movement work, is appoximately seventeen and one-half minutes in duration. Adhering to the three movement concerto form, the work reflects the influence of several styles of twentieth-century orchestral music. In the first movement, two principal motives, significant throughout the work, are developed in a series of metered and non-metered events. The second movement consists of a set of guitar cadenzas framed by increasingly complex material in the orchestra. The third movement explores an application of the two principal motives in a rondo setting.

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Scott, Stephen May 1986.

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The Concert for Guitar and Chamber Orchestra, a three-movement work, is appoximately seventeen and one-half minutes in duration. Adhering to the three movement concerto form, the work reflects the influence of several styles of twentieth-century orchestral music. In the first movement, two principal motives, significant throughout the work, are developed in a series of metered and non-metered events. The second movement consists of a set of guitar cadenzas framed by increasingly complex material in the orchestra. The third movement explores an application of the two principal motives in a rondo setting.

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Scott, Stephen. Concerto for guitar and chamber orchestra, thesis or dissertation, May 1986; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc935713/: accessed October 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .