F. DAVID, Op.4 - CONCERTINO (ORCH+TBN-SOLO)

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David’s concertino for trombone is certainly one of the most important pieces for

trombone from the German romantic period.

Composed in 1837, and most probably partly orchestrated by Mendelssohn,

who was one of David's best friends.

It is said, that it should become a violin concerto, but ended up as a trombone concerto.

 - This ended up as David’s luckiest "mistake": It’s his most played work until today.

 

Full Orchestral Score & Parts.

 

Additional product information

Ensemble Orchestra + Instr. (Classic)
Composer: Ferdinand David, 1837
Arr / Editor Raphael Vang
Instrumentation:
 

2 Fl., 2 Ob., 2 Cl., 2 Bsn.,

4 Hn., 2 Tpt., 3 Tbn., Tmp.,

Solo-Trombone

Vln.1, Vln.2, Vla., Vlc., Bss.

 

Included are parts for Natural and modern instruments. (Hn / Tpt).

Tonality:

E-flat Major

Length: 18 min.
Difficulty-level: (1 - 10)

Lvl2-05

Score-Size: DIN A4-ringbinder (Portrait)
Weight 650g
Package: Score & Parts

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