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Koshkin, Nikita - Collection Koshkin

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Classic Koshkin (A Collection of Guitar Solos by Nikita Koshkin).

By Nikita Koshkin (1956-). Edited by Frank Koonce. For Guitar (Classical). Book. 80 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications

Born in 1956 in Moscow, guitarist Nikita Koshkin is one of Russia's leading composers, teachers and concert artists. This collection includes works from throughout his 30-year career as a composer including his three-movement Hispanic Suite, one of his earliest compositions. The other compositions included in this volume are: Pan, Tristan Playing the Lute, Romance, and a five-movement suite called The Ballads: Suite for Solo Guitar. Koshkin uses dropped-D tuning in several of these pieces and favors rhythmic variety and stylistic diversity. These intermediate to advanced compositions appear in standard notation only with suggested left-hand fingering and generous performance notes.

Song List

Hispanic Suite - Dancing On The Plaza

Hispanic Suite - Night Serenade

Hispanic Suite - Fiesta


Tristan Playing The Lute


The Ballads - Allegretto

The Ballads - Moderato

The Ballads - Con Moto

The Ballads - Adagio Molto

Published by Mel Bay

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