The sonorous, majestic and expressive qualities of baroque brass music have rarely been surpassed. This colourful collection, arranged for trombone with simple piano accompaniments presents some of the finest music ever written for the instrument. From pieces by Handel, Purcell and Rameau to lesser-known gems by Zelenka, Cesare and Biber, The Baroque Trombone is a fresh and rewarding selection of concert repertoire for the intermediate to advanced trombonist.Contents : Che Faro Senza Eurydice? from Orfeo ed Euridice Polonaise No 6 La Hieronyma Largo from Cello Concerto in Eb Pavan de Spaigne When I am Laid in Earth from Dido and Aeneas Forlane from Les Sybarites Allemande from the 4th Concert Royal Adagio and Allegro from Sonata for 2 violis, trombone & cont Volta Dead March from Saul 1st Movement from Hypochondria
Melodrama, sentimentality, vulgarity, and sheer cockney cheek: the Victorian era was a period of extremes. With brass bands abounding in concert halls, bandstands and even street corners, the trombone flourished in this heady social and musical atmopshere. This varied collection of popular Victorian solos ranges from ´Home, Sweet Home!´ to Grand Variations on ´Father´s a drunkard and Mother is Dead´. With idiomatic arrangements for the intermediate trombonist why not wallow in nostalgia and recreate the spirit of a lost age?
Primary Music BoxBook and CD PackTaschenbuchvon Sab WillEAN: 9783125342682Einband: Kartoniert / BroschiertAuflage: 1. AuflageSprache: EnglischSeiten: 144Maße: 300 x 225 x 15 mmAutor: Sab WillVHS, Lernen, Schule, Schulbücher; Volkshochschule, Erw
Music in Institutions (Classic Reprint): Willem van de Wall
´You are the music / While the music lasts´ T.S. Eliot, The Four Quartets Do babies remember music from the womb? Can classical music increase your child´s IQ? Is music good for productivity? Can it aid recovery from illness and injury? And what is going on in your brain when Ultravox´s ´Vienna´, Schoenberg´s Verklärte Nacht or Dizzee Rascal´s ´Bonkers´ transports you back to teenage years? In a brilliant new work that will delight music lovers of every persuasion, music psychologist Victoria Williamson examines our relationship with music across the whole of a lifetime. Along the way she reveals the amazing ways in which music can physically reshape our brains, explores how ´smart music listening´ can improve cognitive performance, and considers the perennial puzzle of what causes ´earworms´. Requiring no specialist musical or scientific knowledge, this upbeat, eye-opening book reveals as never before the extent of the universal language of music that lives deep inside us all.