Acclaimed Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth makes her Singapore debut with one of the best-loved of 20th century trumpet showpieces, Arutiunian’s. Alexander Arutiunian – Composer – Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra () – Music Sales Classical. 1 Aug However, this did not hinder the composer in any way, which can be seen and heard in his most popular work – Trumpet Concerto in Ab Major.
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We are now at the slowest section of the concerto, with it starting with the strings playing a syncopated pulsating theme. Having worked with some of the finest musicians, orchestras, conductors, record labels and radio stations, Hawes is a tour de force Read more…. After the motif is recapped there is a climactic section which comprises of double-tonguing a fast quaver passage which leads to a massive proclamation at the end.
Alexander Arutiunian – Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra () – Music Sales Classical
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Simple Complexity Steve Reich: He was the first to record this concerto and bring it to fame both in the Soviet Union and in the USA. You can also download at any time in your Digital Library. Close X Music Lists.
The beginning of the work starts with a strong tremolo from the lower strings, with the soloist entering in the second bar with a quaver-movement motif which is then used as a call and response cell of music within the ensemble. As the title suggests, minimalism is a form of art music that uses minimal musical material Read more….
The soloist finishes this section with a climactic chromatic run in the upper register and then the orchestra take over for 45 until the next section begins to emerge. The concerto was composed inand was written for Ukrainian virtuoso trumpeter, Timofei Alexandrovich Dokschitzer who, fun fact: Close X Learn about Smart Music.
The piece is scored for solo trumpet, 2 flutes second doubles piccolo2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, 1 tuba, timpani, percussion bass drum, cymbals, snare drum, triangleharp and strings.
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Close X Learn about MP3s. We’ll instantly send an email containing product info and a link to it. This section uses lots of double-tonguing, which creates tension and excitement to wherever this section will lead to. But the entire work is accesible, fun to play and builds articulation skills. The concerto was the sixth major composition by Arutunian, and it is perhaps his most well-known work. Born in Yerevan, Arutunian was soon recognised as an accomplished pianist and composer, and subsequently he studied at the Conservatory of Yerevan.
This section is ended by the orchestra, who then lead into a faster part of the work. After deciding that a career as a composer was right for him, Arutunian joined the U.
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