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Actively Maintained LilyPond Output. In some cases I stay true to the Barrios recording of La Catedral e. Even though La Catedral is one of Barrios’s early works written init didn’t assume a final form until the last years of Barrios’s life, alllegro the Costa Rica and El Salvador manuscripts were written.

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Changed measure 8 to match later manuscripts. Corrected beat unit for third movement tempo. It should have been a dotted quarter note instead of a quarter note.

Corrected measure 4 fingering finger 2 should have been 3. Some fingerings may pose too much of a splemne for your left hand, requiring you to develop alternate fingerings e. Removed measure 46 grace note slide.

Since then, I have changed my mind. Preludio Saudade was added as the first movement inafter having been written in Havana, Cuba in Changed right-hand fingering in first measure of “Andante Religioso.

La Catedral by Agustín Barrios

Left-hand fingering collided with the time and key signatures in various measures, causing the fingering to be rendered out of place. Notated only 3-voice version for clarity. That’s what happens when you memorize music and rarely go back to read a score, whereupon you notice catderal the minor errors.


As a result, you will find that nobody plays it exactly the same way, depending on which transcription they are working from and how their preferences shape the bits they incorporate or omit to create their own unique renditions. Fills ten pages including title page. Changed second voice dotted half notes to whole notes in measures 1 and 2. Throughout his career, Barrios evolved how he played La Catedraladding allrgro removing parts, changing fingerings, and renotating iui movements.

The campana section measures 31—45 repeats as Alletro played it and its fingering matches his original fingering which changed in the later manuscripts. Clarified first voice in measures 41 and Finally, the metronome mark for the third movement is probably too fast.

Barrios wrote the original two movements, Andante Religioso and Allegro Solemnein Uruguay in All three movements typeset at same font and staff size with same sized margins. Part of the joy of listening to or performing La Catedral is the variety of arrangements and interpretations it makes possible, providing something new to discover each time it is played. Renotated using LilyPond, making corrections and clarifications along the way.

Edited fingerings, note durations, and overall typesetting for lii accuracy and clarity. Fixed formatting issues in “Andante Religioso” in the “-notab” version. Preludio Saudade was written originally in two voices Costa Rica manuscript agusttin, but later renotated in three voices El Salvador manuscript.


Changed double-dotted notes in measure 5 to use ties. My original transcription combined the two because I thought the three-voice notation could be more challenging to read and the two-voice notation was inaccurate, rendering some quarter notes as sixteenth notes.

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I’ve omitted most dynamics not that Barrios notated many dynamicsleaving it up to the performer to decide how to interpret the piece. Although some people reject the first movement as being part of La Catedralit fits perfectly with the rest of the work and is a great work in its own right.

Changed left-hand fingering in measure 20 of “Andante Religioso” and added a slide to a grace note, reflecting a subtle portamento you can hear Barrios play in his only recording of the work.

Changed fingering of second D”’ in measure 74 of third movement to use second finger on second string. Combining the two provided what I soleme was the ease of reading of the two-voice notation along with the accuracy of the three-voice notation. My most recent transcription notates three voices without the clutter of an overlayed two-voice rendition.