Philip Sparke: Manhattan (Brass Band)

Philip Sparke: Manhattan (Brass Band)


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Trumpet/Cornet, Brass Band (TPT/COR/BRASS BAND)
Composer: Philip Sparke
Catalogue #: AMP060030
This Item Earns 136 Musicroom Points

Description

Manhattan was commissioned by the United States Army Band for their solo cornet player Woodrow English and first performed by them in Carnegie Hall, New York, in November 2003. The two-movement work demonstrates both the lyrical and technical abilities of this outstanding player. The 'theme' is a weekend in New York and the opening bluesy movement, Saturday Serenade, describes the city on a Saturday night. While writing the second movement, Sunday Scherzo, the composer pictured an early morning jog in Central Park. This vivaciously rhythmic second movement ends with an even quicker coda bringing the work to a brilliant close. Each movement can also be played individually when a shorter solo is required.



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Format: Score and Parts
Length: 48 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Anglo Music

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