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André Waignein: Rhapsody for Flugelhorn: Concert Band And Solo

Score and Parts | Sheet Music and Books

COMPOSER: André Waignein
PUBLISHER: Scherzando
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score and Parts
As a trumpet player André Waignein has composed many pieces for this instrument; extremely electrifying pieces meant for young trumpet-players, and more demanding works for professionals.With his rhapsody André Waignein wanted to compose a piece in which spontaneity dominates and in which the
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Composer André Waignein
Publisher Scherzando
Instrumentation Concert Band/Harmonie and Flugelhorn
Product Format Score and Parts
Genre Concert Piece
Year of Publication 1991
Grade of Difficulty 4
ISMN 9790035018606
No. 0032-91-010 S
Series SOLOWORKS
Description
As a trumpet player André Waignein has composed many pieces for this instrument; extremely electrifying pieces meant for young trumpet-players, and more demanding works for professionals.With his rhapsody André Waignein wanted to compose a piece in which spontaneity dominates and in which the virtuosity, sonority and style of the soloist is featured to its maximum. Although the piece is not one of the most difficult, it nevertheless places high musical demands on the soloist. Following an impressive orchestral opening the soloist comes to the fore, with long phrases followed by more dynamic and rhythmic passages. The second movement gives evidence of extreme sensitivity andoffers the soloist the opportunity to prove that the trumpet (flugel horn) can be a stirring and emotional instrument. The third movement is the most spectacular. The orchestra actively participates with increasingly delicate interventions. The soloist can display all the possibilities offered to him by his instrument. With a long sostenuto on the trumpet (flugel horn) the beautiful rhapsody ends.
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