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Drang
for guitar
Jukka Tiensuu 1998
Drang
for guitar
=80
Con ardore
(ca.)
5
1
Jukka Tiensuu 1998
6
5
3
6
5
6
6
9
4
3
2
(echo)
(echo)
(gliss. lenti)
z t
u
u
x
(poco)
3
2
2
a tempo
14
5
6
5
6
5
5
3
5
6
l.v sempre
5
t
piu
4
4
poco rubato tramquillo
m.s.
3
m.s.
1
5
(senza vibrato)
5
5
6
3
4
5
3
3
6
3
4
4
(portamenti tranquilli)
4
24
3
3
5
3
3
6
meno
3
m.s.
3
3
ma espressivo
3
m.s.
3
3
(echo)
x
3
(echo)
piu
4
3
2
5
5
3
4
29
3
1
6
2
5
l.v.
2
1
2
3
3
3
3
(tranquillo)
2
3
3
accel.
3
3
3
3
3
meno
a tempo
2
3
34
3
3
3
3
3
3
6
39
3
3
3
3
3
subito
2
poco rubato tranquillo
3
46
4
4
3
meno
(portamento)
3
l.v. come prima
5
4
3
4
t
z t
t
u x x
u
t
z
2
3
meno
meno
2
3
5
55
3
4
come prima
t z
t
u x
u
x
t
4
4
5
5
z
t
3
(port.)
5
4
t z
t
u
x
u x
meno
4
4
61
sempre
x
u
t
z
t
2
3
tempo primo
zz
tt
u
2
sempre
65
5
5
xx
uxu
x
uu
xx
tt
zz
tt
uu
3
5
3
uu
tt
4
2
3
piu lento
6
tempo primo
(s.u.=senza unghia)
3
s.u.3
ord.
3
x
dolce
2
4 3
3
espressivo
70
piu lento e l.v.
a tempo ord.
4
m.s.
m.s.
m.s.
74
l.v.
3
espressivo
ma sempre dolce
2 1
m.s.
(z)
3
4
2
4
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
78
u
5
x
u
piu grazioso
t (
6
z)
dim.
81
(non accel.)
agitato
3
cresc.
l.v.
6
83
poco meno mosso
3
3
2
5
4
3
3
z
5
4
5
5
6
89
5
molto appassionato
senza fretta
4
a
1
sub.
m
i
p
l.v.
sul pont.
92
a
m
i
p
ord.
s.u.
3
3
ord.
6
a
m
i
a
m
i
p
6
subito
p
6
94
sul pont.
s.u.
3
3
6
3
3
4
98
6
sul pont.
( )
( )
ord.
meno pesante
sul pont.
3
( )
m.s.
107
3
3
3
3
4
111
ord.
sul pont.
m.s.
ord.
l.v. tutti
ord.
( )
3
3
3
3
3
m.s.
3
(x)
3
5
piu lento e rall. al fine
5
5
4
6
6
(z)
sonoro
sul pont.
m.s.
( )
(non dim.)
m.s.
(x)
3
z
105
( )
dolce
5
sonoro
ord.
3
3
z
sul pont.
tempo primo
tasto s.u.
ord.
meno
l.v. tutti
poco dim.
1
2
3
3
6
5
4
3
2
1
Jukka Tiensuu:
Drang
for guitar
Performance notes:
x z
u t
A quarter-tone up and down respectively, using always the natural as reference, no combined accidentals are used.
These accidentals apply to the immediately following note only. (Half-step accidentals apply till the end of the bar.)
An 1/8-tone sharp or flat respectively.
(For micro-tones: to raise the pitch push or pull the string sideways. To lower the pitch push/pull the string towards the bridge.
To obtain a quarter-tone flat: it is often easier to finger a half-tone down and rise the tone by pushing or pulling the string sideways.)
There are three types of "glissandi":
Glissando, which should be played gliding the left hand evenly through the fingerboard while pressing the string
firmly against the fingerboard to obtain the sound of all the half-steps in-between.
Portamento, like a "late" glissando, starts not immediately, but only towards the end of the note.
Bending: Without replucking raise or lower the pitch less than half a tone. (E.g. bars 67, 68, 104. 110, 112)
There are four types of vibrato:
Vibrato molto lento: always wide, quasi small up and down glissandi: push or pull the string sideways).
Vibrato rapido: fast and wide ("emphasized") vibrato.
Transforming vibrato rapido to vibrato molto lento ("rallentando").
Transforming vibrato lento to vibrato rapido ("accelerando").
The notation of the harmonics is somewhat unorthodox. Traditional string instrument notation is used:
the diamond-shaped note-heads indicate the place to be touched while plucking the (open) string. The small
stemless note-heads indicate the resulting pitch, unless it is already indicated by the diamond-shape itself.
Harmonics are always "natural", i.e. played on open strings.
o
Indicates an open string
l.v. lasciare vibrare / let strings vibrate as long as possible
m.s. mano sinistra / pluck with left hand
s.u. senza unghia / pluck with fingertip, not nail
'
Indicates a sharp staccato.
Duration ca. 8 minutes
Drang was commissioned by Tampere-talo Oy to be the obligatory piece of the 1st Guitaristival International Guitar
Competition 1998.
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