Download En los trigales – Joaquín Rodrigo Short Description. Download En los trigales – Joaquín Rodrigo Description. View more Comments. One of my favorite Spanish pieces for guitar is En los trigales by Joaquin Rodrigo . The title means “In the wheatfields” and an experience I had. Compose date: Duration: 4′ Editor: EJR Premiere date and place: Regino Sainz de la Maza Available scores formats: 1. Gui.

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Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. The scale section then resolves to bass G at pp. Board index All times are UTC. English Choose a language for shopping.

Despite the editing the effect in most performances is almost the opposite. Perhaps my source is flawed?

Posted by Bryan Townsend at 7: Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Avoz I await Trigsles arrival. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. En Los Trigales Rodrigo: Rodrigo asks for two “changes” in tempo, the first is the fermata at the end of bar 8 and the poco rit at bar I have accompanied the recording with the score loos, it is not coordinated with the recording, but you get a look, at least and with some images from La Mancha.

Thanks 63Sean for the tip about the Kanengiser video! I could continue in a similar vein to the end. Write a customer review.

Joaquin Rodrigo, En los trigales

And the following tempo primo section is often not played as that. Sn and a sensate life are part of Rodrigo’s wheat fields. What is your experience of this piece? Bryan TownsendJoaquin Rodrigo. The reason I raised this issue is as much to stimulate the attitude you described as it was to critise others.


This piece is from a two part work called “Por los Compos de Espana” for the workers of Spain. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. The end of the third phrase has a poco rit The only slow down edited in the first four phrases. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. The title means “In the wheatfields” and an experience I had while I was learning the piece has always given me a context for it.

Joaquín Rodrigo – En los trigales ()

Taking dotted crotchet at 72 trigalrs assuming that Rodrigo is an articulate fellow I will assume that Rodrigo wanted that tempo for the initial 16 bars. Amazon Second Trigwles Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.

For me, he captures a different aural and sensate image of a wheat field. For the march to work the opening needs to be up to tempo. Nothing special, but the tranquility of the scene really struck me. October 27, Label: Then the first part returns. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.

Rodrigo: En Los Trigales

I was studying in Spain at the time, in Alicante, on the Mediterranean. The day begins “a day in the life of a wheatfield worker” with a roosther crowing. I think that Rodrigo might have had something very similar in mind when he wrote En los trigales. The nap is marked what I guess to be snoring, and a distant train.

There is the busyness of the work in the fields, then the sound of the bells from the church and also rodriog sound of a chant, drifting across the fields. The mentioned tempo is dotted crotchet to My comments are based around the Ediciones Musicales Madrid edition. Often En Los Trigales sounds as a quasi flamenco solo.


Add to that the second phrase at tempo but using the articulation asked for and we have added effects which create the impression of introduction without loosing that pulse sense.

I think what you’re saying is very fair, but I’m worried about my technical ability to attain the goal you’ve set us. Took up the piece and much enjoying playing it. Playing just rodeigo top line with the articulation Rodrigo writes gives a good introduction to what he is after.

Last edited by choctawchas on Tue Apr 28, 5: The train whistle is played twice, followed by the “rhythm” of the chugging of the train. Very simple, but the piece is very evocative–to me, at least! The last one looks exactly like that little village we visited.

This phrase is a reply of sorts with a question or pause at the end. Add to MP3 Cart. The section marked Allegro alla macia in effect, tempo secondo is still allegro and trogales march. That phrase is edited pp leggiero. The attitude you describe is the best attitude.