I composed this Concertino for Classical Guitar and String Orchestra (in three movements), one of my more ambitious compositions, around 8 months ago. I had intended it for performance by a guitarist friend who sometimes performs with orchestras. However, that has not materialized yet. So here it is for your enjoyment. It is the first concertino I have ever written.
This one is amazing. I love the phasing (are you into minimalism?). Some people dislike repetitions, but I love them when there is more behind them, as in this piece of music.
I would love to see the score, if there is any...Is it supposed to be play by one pianist?
I heard the live version, and honestly couldn't find that many faults, altough I could chalk it up at this being a totally unknown piece for me. Nevertheless, it struck to me as slightly "disjointed" overall - meaning I would have wanted smoother transitions rather than an excessively episodic treatment. Granted, this is quite tough to do when writing for a solo instrument, but there's still enough good musical material here not to work it up into an improved work. Thanks for sharing!