Ferdinand DAVID. Concertino for trombone & Piano, opus 4.
The most famous concertino for trombone from the “Romantic area” in music history.
3 sets of parts:
Total 40 pages (Big A4 size).
Any serious trombone player should not be without
this famous concertino for trombone in his
For the first time in print, a brand new edition where previous misprints
and wrong notes has been corrected by professor Per Gade, who is representing a
trombone tradition going back to the famous trombone virtuoso Paul Weschke
and further back to the man who made the first performance of
Comprehensive recherche is the foundation for this new print and the corrections.
This is one of the most important concertino’s for trombone in more than 100 years.
Range: Pedal G up to high C or double high Eb (ad libitum).
The most famous trombone concertino is a must for any serious trombone player in classical music.
It is used in auditions for symphony orchestras and opera orchestras,
as well as for solo concerts, all over the world.
NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A PRINT
WITH CORRECTION OF THE PREVIOUS MISPRINTS AND WRONG NOTES
IN OTHER EDITIONS.
THIS NEW EDITION IS ALSO FAITHFUL TO THE COMPOSER AND STYLE OF MUSIC.
AND IT IS “EASY TO READ NOTES” IN THIS FINE PRINT.
It is possible to purchase THE COMPLETE ORCHESTRA VERSION
(all parts for all orchestra instruments).
This material was lost for almost 100 years and this is a reprint of
all the original orchestra part
as written by Ferdinand David.
THIS IS WHAT YOU GET:
1) The solo trombone part (Bass clef). Clear and beautiful print.
2) The complete piano part
(The original part, a colorful and fine piano reduction from the original symphony orchestra parts).
Very easy to read in clear print.
3) EXTRA: A alternative short version of “the solo piano-introduction”
before the solo trombone comes in.
(Done as written originally by the composer
(just a shorter version) before the trombone solo start.
This short piano start can be used for auditions, etc., or in a solo concert.
(The old piano introduction - before the solo trombone comes in - is very long
(41 bars) and it is almost a small piano concerto in itself, before the trombone start to play solo.
In auditions it is not a good idea to keep the judges waiting several minutes while the piano is playing solo.
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If you want to use any of this text for any purpose
(like concert program, ect.),
you must have a written permission by prof. Per Gade.