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Philip Sparke: Omaggio: Brass Band And Solo

Euphonium Concerto No 4

COMPOSER: Philip Sparke
PUBLISHER: Anglo Music Press
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score and Parts
Omaggio was commissioned by Steven Mead in celebration of his 60th birthday and in memory of his father, Rex. He gave the premiere of the brass band version in Rome in March 2022, accompanied by the Italian Brass Band conducted by Filippo Cangiamilla. The concert band premiere took place on 6th
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Composer Philip Sparke
Publisher Anglo Music Press
Instrumentation Brass Band and Euphonium Solo
Product Format Score and Parts
Description Product Type Set
Genre Solo & Concerto
Year of Publication 2023
Grade of Difficulty 5
ISMN 9790570711147
No. AMP 524-030
Series Elite Series
Text language Dutch;English;French;German
Description
Omaggio was commissioned by Steven Mead in celebration of his 60th birthday and in memory of his father, Rex. He gave the premiere of the brass band version in Rome in March 2022, accompanied by the Italian Brass Band conducted by Filippo Cangiamilla. The concert band premiere took place on 6th July that year as part of the 2022 Spanish International Tuba Euphonium Conference, accompanied by the Banda municipal de música de Málaga. The concerto is set in 3 continuous movements, which are united by a recurring syncopated interval of a fifth. The first movement, FANTASIA, opens with this motive accompanying an extended monologue for the soloist. This is followed by a lengthy bridge passage by the band (piano), which is eventually joined by the soloist, who guides the music back to the opening soliloquy, leading to an energetic central section. This develops until the opening material again returns to introduce the second movement, BALLAD, which revolves around an expressive melody for the soloist, interspersed by accompanied cadenzas. The third movement, THE KING TRIUMPHANT, pays homage to Steven’s late father, Rex, and its title alludes both to Rex’s name (‘Rex’ being Latin for ‘king’) as well as his love of Eric Ball’s Salvationist masterpiece, The Kingdom Triumphant. The finale is an energetic tour-de-force featuring an acrobatic 6/8 melody, which is interrupted twice by the magnificent hymn tune, Helmsley, which Ball uses so effectively in The Kingdom Triumphant. A galloping coda brings the work to a close.
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