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Ewazen Bass Trombone Concerto Pdf

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The second example is common for a concert band or wind ensemble piece. This ficticious work is for 2 flutes (plus piccolo), 1 oboe, 3 clarinets plus alto and bass clarinets, 2 bassoons, 5 saxes (soprano, 2 altos, tenor & bari), 2 trumpets (plus 2 cornets), 3 trombones, euphonium, tuba, tympani, percussion and double bass. Note the inclusion of the saxes after bassoon for this band work. Note also that the separate euphonium part is attached to trombone with a plus sign. For orchestral music, saxes are at the end (see Saxophones below. It is highly typical of band sets to have multiple copies of parts, especially flute, clarinet, sax, trumpet, trombone & percussion. Multiples, if any, are not shown in this system. The numbers represent only distinct parts, not the number of copies of a part.

In the third example, we have a rather extreme use of the system. It is an orchestral work for piccolo, 2 flutes (1 of whom doubles on piccolo), 1 oboe, 2 clarinets plus an additional bass clarinet, 1 bassoon, 2 horns, 2 trumpets (plus an optional 2 cornets), 3 trombones, no tuba, percussion, tympani, 6 first violins, 6 second violins, 4 violas, 3 cellos, 2 double basses, Eb clarinet (as an additional chair, not doubled), 5 saxes (soprano, 2 alto, tenor & baritone) & a trombone soloist.

Originally a sonata for Tuba and Piano, commissioned by Karl Kramer, who premiered the work at the New World school of the Arts in Miami Beach, FL. The Bass trombone version was given its premiere by John Rojak at the 1977 ITA convention. The work was turned into a concerto for The Juilliard School's low brass concerto competition. It was premiered by Stefan Sanders and The Juilliard Orchestra under the direction of Jahja Ling in Avery Fisher Hall, NYC. A symphonic band accompaniment arrangement was made by Virginia Allen, and premiered by Blair Bollinger of the Philadelphia Orchestra with the Temple University Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Arthur Chodoroff. This piece is approximately 20 minutes in duration.

Among his recorded works are the "Ballade for Clarinet, Harp & String Orchestra" (John Russo); "Colchester Fantasy" (American Brass Quintet on Summit Records);[4] "Sonata for Viola and Piano" (Eugene Becker on Clique Trak), "Symphony in Brass" (Summit Brass on Summit Records); "The Tiger" (William White on Hyperion Records), "The Diamond World" (Ahn Trio), and Well-Tempered Productions has released an all-Ewazen disc of "Frost Fire", " cast a shadow again", "Quintet for Trumpet and Strings", "The Palace of Nine Perfections" (University of Oklahoma Percussion Ensemble), and "Sonata for Horn & Piano" featuring the American Brass Quintet, Chamber Ensemble of St. Luke's and Grammy winner William Sharp. In the fall of 1996, the principal chairs of the New York Philharmonic recorded a disc of Mr. Ewazen's music for Cala Records. There are three discs dedicated to his music on the Albany Records label: "Sejong Plays Ewazen" with the International Sejong Soloists, "Orchestral Music and Concertos" with the Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra conducted by Paul Polivnick, and "Bass Hits," a collection of concert pieces for bass trombone and various ensembles.[1]

Bozza, Eugene. New Orleans for Bass Trombone and Piano. Alphonse Leduc, AL 23 234. A favorite recital piece for bass trombone. Uses both bass and tenor clef, range from F1 to A4. Many technical passages throughout the range coupled with...

20th Century (1996). Complete title is Concerto for Tuba or Bass Trombone. Formerly titled Sonata. Premiered on tuba by Karl Kramer in 1996 at Miami Florida. The bass trombone premier was at the 1997 ITF at Champaign-Urbana, Illinois by John...

The Concerto for Bass Trombone by Eric Ewazen was originally a tuba sonata and was later edited and orchestrated by the composer at the request of Warren Deck, principal tubist of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. The piece received its first performance as a concerto by bass trombonist Stefan Sanders and the Julliard Symphony Orchestra. This concerto is comprised of three movements, which is typical of instrumental concerti.

David Taylor, bass trombone; Louise Schulman, violin, voice; Bill Blount, clarinet; Allan Dean, trumpet; Robert Wolinsky, Fender Rhodes piano; David Carp, kazoo, recorder; Bill Moersch, marimba, dulcimer; Stephen Taylor, oboe; Alan Cox, flute; Dennis Godburn, bassoon; Lucia Dlugoszewski, timbre piano

Eric Ewazen's Dagon II explores a myriad of sonorities and effects, produced solely by the bass trombone. The work is written for solo performer and tape, the tape part consisting of eight tracks of bass trombone. The piece is a study in violent contrasts, constantly moving from total tranquillity and silence to utter chaos and dissonance.

Active as a soloist and clinician, Rojak was the first bass trombonist to be artist in residence at Quad City Arts in Illinois/Iowa and has been featured at the International Trombone Association Workshops in Champaign-Urbana, Boulder, Salt Lake City, New York City, and Iowa City as well as performing Eric Ewazen's Concerto for Bass Trombone with the Daejon, Korea, Philharmonic. In August 2017, he performed Daniel Schnyder's subZERO, the first performance of a bass trombone concerto in the history of the Aspen Music Festival. As artistic lead of a consortium, he gave the world premieres of Ken Fuchs' Bass Trombone Concerto in 2019 at the American Trombone Workshop in Ft. Myers, Virginia with the US Army Band and of the version with piano in Morehead, Kentucky. He has given master classes and recitals throughout the U.S., Japan, Mexico, Brazil, and Australia, been visiting trombone instructor at the North Carolina School of the Arts, and adjudicator for competitions including Concert Artists Guild, Fischoff, and Coleman.

Rojak received a Bachelor of Music degree from Juilliard and held fellowships at the Tanglewood and Waterloo Music Festivals. He is on the faculties of Juilliard, Colorado College Summer Music Festival, and the Aspen Music Festival and School, where a scholarship was named for him in 2015. As an artist representative for Michael Rath Trombones, Rojak plays a custom designed R9 bass trombone.

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