WAGENSEIL TROMBONE CONCERTO PDF

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The Concerto for Trombone, written in by Georg Christoph Wagenseil, is a piece in 2 movements for alto trombone and chamber orchestra. The orchestration consists of 2 parts for violin, 1 part for viola, cello and string bass, 2 French horn parts and 2 parts for flute. It is the first concerto form solo work for the alto trombone and was written during a time when wide use of this instrument had been diminished from centuries past.

The Concerto for Trombone helped mark the beginning of a time when the musical expressiveness of the trombone began to be noticed Oliver, Jason L. August It has been viewed times, with 94 in the last month. More information about this dissertation can be viewed below. People and organizations associated with either the creation of this dissertation or its content.

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Chapter 2 examines the life and musical background of the composer. Chapter 3 discusses the history surrounding the possible origin of the Concerto and its performance history. Chapter 4 provides analytical insights into the construction and format of the piece.

Chapter 5 details the creation of an urtext edition of the Concerto. Chapter 6 concludes this document with a performer's guide to the work based on the urtext edition of the solo trombone part to create the performance edition.

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The Concerto for Trombone, written in by Georg Christoph Wagenseil, is a piece in 2 movements for alto trombone and chamber orchestra. The orchestration consists of 2 parts for violin, 1 part for viola, cello and string bass, 2 French horn parts and 2 parts for flute. It is the first concerto form solo work for the alto trombone and was written during a time when wide use of this instrument had been diminished from centuries past. The Concerto for Trombone helped mark the beginning of a time when the musical expressiveness of the trombone began to be noticed Oliver, Jason L. August It has been viewed times, with 94 in the last month.

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