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Jan van der Roost: Hymnus Antverpiae: Concert Band

Score and Parts | Sheet Music and Books

COMPOSER: Jan Van der Roost
PUBLISHER: De Haske Publications
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score and Parts
This hymn was commissioned by “Antwerpen 93”. And this city, on the banks of the river Schelde has been nominated “Cultural Capital of Europe” for 1993. The work-group “animatie” took the initiative and commissioned a hymn, which -as the finale to a grand open-air event on 27th March- was premièred
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Composer Jan Van der Roost
Publisher De Haske Publications
Instrumentation Concert Band/Harmonie/Fanfare
Product Format Score and Parts
Description Product Type Set
Genre Festive and Solemn
Year of Publication 1993
ISMN 9790035068083
No. DHP 0930474-015
Series Flexible 4 Series
European Parts Included Yes
Description
This hymn was commissioned by “Antwerpen 93”. And this city, on the banks of the river Schelde has been nominated “Cultural Capital of Europe” for 1993. The work-group “animatie” took the initiative and commissioned a hymn, which -as the finale to a grand open-air event on 27th March- was premièred by hundreds of musicians from all over Europe. Philippe Langlet (France) was the conductor at this majestic occasion.Musically speaking the piece can no doubt be labeled easy. Indeed it is meant to represent a hymn, playable by all in different instrumental combinations. Consequently a variable instrumentation was chosen and a type of music, which by native is easily accessible anduncomplicated.The conductor is free -in the instrumentation- to score this piece according to his own taste. It is perhaps advisable to use the sharp brass in the forte parts, in order to make the range in the sound of the orchestra as colouful as possible. The percussion parts are not absolutely essential, so that the hymn can also be performed without percussion.
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