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Arranged for Flute and Guitar by Sergio Assad
Live performance at University of North Texas

Duo Aldebaran
Krista Jobson, flute
Hector Rodriguez, guitar

Dr. Krista Jobson and Prof. Hector Rodriguez are on faculty at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley School of Music
Duo Aldebaran performing Kalajdzijsko kolo -Macedonian Dance.
This piece was comissioned by and dedicated to the Cavatina Duo.

Duo Aldebaran is
Krista Jobson, flute &
Héctor Javier Rodriguez, guitar

Please come see us at the 2017 NFA Convention in Minneapolis, MN!

More information:
www.kristajobsonflute.com;
www.hectorguitar.com
Krista Jobson, flute & Hector Javier Rodriguez, guitar
Fernando Tavolaro, Milonga No. 5
Performed live at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley
September 28, 2015
Live performance at Baylor University
Duo Aldebaran
Krista Jobson, flute
Hector Javier Rodriguez, guitar
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco Sonatina for Flute and Guitar
Performed live at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley
by Duo Aldebaran
Krista Jobson, flute
Hector Javier Rodriguez, guitar

0:00 I. Allegretto Gracioso
4:03 II. Tempo di Siciliana
8:02 III. Allegro con spirito
Live performance at University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley.

Assad writes: The piece Círculo Mágico written for flute and guitar is a musical representation of the four elements within the [magic] circle. It starts with the element of air (east) evoked by the blowing of repeated patterns on the flute. It changes gradually to earth (north) with a defined melody for the flute and an ambiguous harmony for the guitar. Later comes the element of fire (south) represented by a fast and fiery dance. This is followed by the element of water (west) where the guitar takes the leading role and the flute plays cascades of sixteenth notes. The piece ends with a return to the element of air closing the ritual.

Duo Aldebaran:
Krista Jobson, flute
Héctor Rodriguez, guitar