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Albeniz-Sonata in D arr. Dancy-M

Model: 15390

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Mateo de Pérez de Albéniz (c. 1755-1831) was a Spanish composer and theorist. He served as maestro de capilla (choirmaster) in churches in San Sebastian and Logroño. His compositions include a large number of sacred wo...
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Mateo de Pérez de Albéniz (c. 1755-1831) was a Spanish composer and theorist. He served as maestro de capilla (choirmaster) in churches in San Sebastian and Logroño. His compositions include a large number of sacred works including masses, Vespers, motets, and villancicos. Many of these pieces survive in manuscript at the various churches at which he served. He also composed piano music and wrote a theoretical book on Renaissance notation. Albéniz promoted heavily the music of Haydn and Mozart to his students and the broader Spanish population. Sonata in D is a single movement work in a lively 6/8 folk-dance rhythm. Written originally for keyboard, it is played frequently today on both harp and guitar.

Number of Players: 2
Difficulty: Grade 4
Instrumentation:
  • Player I: Marimba 5 Oct.





  • Andrew Dancy (b. 1980) completed the Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) in 2008. At UNCG, Dr. Dancy taught undergraduate percussion lessons, percussion ensemble, steel band, and percussion techniques. He performs frequently throughout North Carolina and has presented concerts at the National Conference on Percussion Pedagogy, the International Double Reed Society Convention, the North Carolina Day of Percussion, Greensboro College, North Carolina A&T State University, and Guilford College. Dr. Dancy has also performed as a soloist with the UNCG Percussion Ensemble and the Greensboro Concert Band.

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