1. bandonéon and chamber ensemble (more than 7 players) by Niels Rosing-Schow, 1999.
2. saxophone quartet by Jesper Nordin, 2001, Wilhelm Hansen">
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Per Nørgård : Without Jealousy


Work Notes Arrangement(s) of Nørgård piano work "A Tortoise´s Tango" (see this) for
1. bandonéon and chamber ensemble (more than 7 players) by Niels Rosing-Schow, 1999.
2. saxophone quartet by Jesper Nordin, 2001
Publisher
Wilhelm Hansen
Category Soloist(s) and Large Ensemble (7 or more players)
Year Composed
1984
Arranger / Editor Niels Rosing-Schow
Duration
5 Minutes
Solo Instrument(s) accordion or bandoneon
Availability
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Full Score(s) KP00981

Programme Note

PER NØRGÅRD: WITHOUT JEALOUSY

'Tortoise Tango' (1984), ´Light of a Night - Paul with bird (1989) and 'Esperanza - Hermit Crab Tango' (1997) are (the first) three movements of a suite 'Animals in Concert' for piano. The movements can be performed separately.

Esperanza and Tortoise Tango were arranged for saxophone quartet by Jesper Nordin in 2001 – these also for bandoneon and small ensemble by Niels Rosing-Schow, in 1999).

Per Nørgård writes about Without Jealousy: : The tortoise as tango dancer must presumably possess certain rhythmic peculiarities, which I have chosen to express by letting the tune of the tortoise shuffle broadly, tripartite through the strict four partite time of tango.
Tortoise Tango was the original title of this piece, written for the so called ”tango project” by the pianist Yvar Mikashof, including tangos for piano by composers from all over the world.
Per Nørgård




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