Ludwig Van Beethoven: Three Equali For Four Trombones WoO 30
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Ludwig Van Beethoven: Three Equali For Four Trombones WoO 30


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Trombone (Quartet) (TBN(4))
Composer: Ludwig Van Beethoven
Series: Henle Urtext Editions
Catalogue #: HN1151
This Item Earns 23 Musicroom Points

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When Beethoven visited the director of music at the cathedral in Linz, Franz Xaver Glöggl, in autumn 1812, the latter asked his guest to "compose socalled Equali for 4 trombones for All Souls’ Day [2 November]”. Beethoven readily complied – and it was to be his own funeral music. For in 1827 the Equali were sung in an arrangement for male choir as a “dirge for Beethoven’s funeral procession”.

The original instrumental version is today a core work in the trombonist’s repertoire. Henle's Urtext edition is based on the musical text in the Beethoven Complete Edition and contains a score and single parts (both in the original C and in modern bass clef).



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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 25/05/2012
Format: Score and Parts
Length: 11 pages
Language: English, French, German
Publisher: Henle Verlag
Editor: Egon Voss

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