Tanz & Hupfauf (Dance of the Washerwoman+Hupfauf) - Flute & Guitar (arr. Derek Hasted) by Hans Neusiedler Sheet Music for Instrumental Duet at Sheet Music Direct
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Tanz & Hupfauf (Dance of the Washerwoman+Hupfauf) - Flute & Guitar (arr. Derek Hasted) Digital Sheet Music
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Tanz & Hupfauf (Dance of the Washerwoman+Hupfauf) - Flute & Guitar (arr. Derek Hasted)by Hans Neusiedler Instrumental Duet - Digital Sheet Music

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TANZ and HUPFAUF - FLUTE and GUITAR
For Classical or Acoustic Guitar - sometimes it's erroneously listed here as Electric Guitar.

Derek Hasted writes "This edition contains Tanz der Wäsherin and Hupfauf. Both will be familiar to many guitarists as they have featured over the years in a number of Graded Examinations.

The Flute countermelody is a new addition, which I wrote so that the piece slotted seamlessly into the background music I played with my flute partner at a friends wedding.

The Tanz is often mistakenly translated as "Dance of the Washerwoman", and its also known as Wascha Mesa. The Hupfauf is a companion piece, set in a different rhythm but with ostensibly the same harmonic structure (apart from the Tanzs Coda which is absent from the Hupfauf).

Each dance has two beats in the bar, and the two dances can flow into each other or can be played with a short break. When they run into each other, it makes sense to maintain the two-beat pulse, but if this makes the Hupfauf stressful to play, one can maintain instead the value of the half note (minim), so that the Hupfauf proceeds at a more modest pace.

The flute part is in the lower register in Tanz, and in the upper register in Hupfauf to add contrast to the pieces. Feel free to add dynamics, a little more articulation and, for the guitar, possibly some tone color changes, as the phrases repeat.

This is one of a large and growing range of accessible ensembles from experienced arranger Derek Hasted, and is supplied as full score and parts. Derek's website at www.derek-hasted.co.uk/smp lists all his arrangements by title and by "number of instruments", with links to soundclips and sample score.

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