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Storia Eroica

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Concert Band
COMPOSER: André Waignein
PUBLISHER: Scherzando
PRODUCT TYPE: Set
André Waignein received order of this composition of the "Municipal Brass Band of Luxembourg-Bonnevoie". It is in the presence of the Grand-Duke Heir Henri that took place first interpretation on January 24, 1998 with this orchestra, and with the composer as director.This work is a musical evocation
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Instrument Group Concert Band
Composer André Waignein
Publisher Scherzando
Instrumentation Concert Band/Harmonie
Grade of Difficulty 5
Product Type Set
Year of Publication 1998
1st Recorded on CD DHR 01-024-3
European Parts Included Yes
Genre Concert Piece
Moeilijkheidsgraad orkest Grade 5
ISMN 9790035022801
Series Masterpieces
No. 0453-98-010 S
Description
André Waignein received order of this composition of the "Municipal Brass Band of Luxembourg-Bonnevoie". It is in the presence of the Grand-Duke Heir Henri that took place first interpretation on January 24, 1998 with this orchestra, and with the composer as director.This work is a musical evocation describing this magnificent Luxembourgian region and her inhabitants.The overture evokes the serenity met in this region. An orchestrale development, as rhythmic as sound, propels the orchestra in a "military" atmosphere putting in evidence all the registers of the orchestra. This tension is maintained until the general explosion of the whole. One cantilena appears in all theinnocence. Gradually, the orchestration suppresses, until the exhaustion. The passage which follows represents the tempestuous events which took place through ages. A spectacular cadence, by the clarinet or by the soprano saxophone, terminates this desorder.An ample and lyric theme reflects the generosity which always played an important role. Then, having found some of initial themes, work ends in an atmosphere of enjoyment, developed in rich and eclectic one variety which proves the sphere of influence of the sound colour at André Waignein.
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