Download piano sheet music of "Tango in D Major" by Albéniz - Level 4 (intermediate)
About this sheet music and what it includes:
- "Tango in D Major" from Espana, Op 165 by Isaac Albéniz
- Instrumentation: For piano solo
- Level 4: intermediate level (See other levels of this song)
- 3 pages of music
- Cover sheet
- Key (for this arrangement): C major
- Fingerings: None
- Complete audio sample: Always free to listen to on our website
- Downloading file: PDF
- Arranger & music editor: Mizue Murakami
- Publisher: Galaxy Music Notes
- Product code: GMNS00424
More about this Level 4 "Tango in D Major" by Albéniz:
"Tango in D Major" was composed by Spanish composer Isaac Albéniz (1860 - 1909) from the romantic era and is No. 2 of the suite Espana Op. 165. It is popular for guitar. However, it was originally written for piano solo by Albéniz. "Tango in D Major" is a softer side of tango.
On this page, we are offering Level 4 arrangement of "Tango in D Major" in the key of C major instead of D major which is the original key written by Albeniz. This arrangement is a lot easier than the original form. However, because your left hand will be playing the tango bass accompaniment throughout, and your right hand will be taking care of all the melody notes, you can hear the tango style a lot better in this level of arrangement than Level 1 and Level 2 arrangements. No fingering numbers are provided for this level of "Tano in D Major." You do not have to use a dumper (sustain) pedal for this level. However, if you wish to use it, you may do so here and there. To learn its rhythm correctly, please refer to our free complete audio sample on the top of this page.
To learn more about the composer, Isaac Albéniz who wrote "Tango in D Major," please visit our page, "About Isaac Albeniz."
To find more piano sheet music of Spanish sounding pieces, please visit our collection page, "Latin, Spanish, Caribbean."
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