Récréation (1958) by Pierre Gabaye is a piece for Brass Quartet including a Piano: Trumpet, Horn, Trombone and Piano. Ideal for concert and recitals, this very melodious and light-hearted work lasts 12’30 minutes.
The Piano part is as difficult as the Brasses, which are also really harmonious together. It is divided into three movements:
Pierre Gabaye (1930-2000) was a French musician who composed both Classical and Jazz music and won the Prix de Rome in 1956.