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Concerto for Trumpet No. 1: Trumpet Town

for Solo Bb Trumpet & Orchestra

COMPOSER: Otto M. Schwarz
PUBLISHER: Symphonic Dimensions Publishing
PRODUCT TYPE: Set
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Orchestra
Composer Otto M. Schwarz completed his first Concerto for trumpet in October 2009. Schwarz displays a special knack in writing for this instrument, thanks to his trumpet studies undertaken with Professor Josef Pomberger at the Music Conservatory in Vienna. Concerto for Trumpet No. 1 ‚Trumpet Town’
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Subtitle for Solo Bb Trumpet & Orchestra
Composer Otto M. Schwarz
Publisher Symphonic Dimensions Publishing
Instrumentation Orchestra and Trumpet
Language ENG-D-F-NL
Grade of Difficulty Band Grade 4
Product Type Set
Instrument Group Orchestra
Year of Publication 2023
Genre Solo & Concerto
ISMN 9790502951122
No. SDP086-23-402
Release Date 3/2/2023
Definitive Duration 0:09:15
Description
Composer Otto M. Schwarz completed his first Concerto for trumpet in October 2009. Schwarz displays a special knack in writing for this instrument, thanks to his trumpet studies undertaken with Professor Josef Pomberger at the Music Conservatory in Vienna. Concerto for Trumpet No. 1 ‚Trumpet Town’ was commissioned by the police-orchestra of Upper Austria, under the baton of Andreas Schwarzenlander. The work was premiered on 17 November 2009. The soloist for the evening was trumpeter Franz Wagnermeyer, who also studied at the Vienna Conservatory and who currently performs with, amongst others, the international group “Ten of the Best”. A rapid flourish in 12/8 time opens Concerto for Trumpet No. 1 ‘Trumpet Town’. The metric changes that follow affect the pulse rhythmically and melodically, in exciting and unexpected ways. The solo trumpet’s displays of technical prowess and bravura alternate with the film-score-like tutti sections of the brass ensemble. The slow, almost elegiac, central section can be performed on the flugel horn, while the closing reprise demands that both the soloist and the orchestra give of their best as the piece comes to an exciting, colourful, and uplifting finale. This piece is also available for trumpet and piano.
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