ARUTUNIAN TRUMPET CONCERTO PDF
Sheet Music – £ – Alexander Arutyunyyan’s Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra is published here with the piano reduction. Trumpet Concerto sheet music – trumpet and piano accompaniment sheet music by Alexander Arutunian: International Music Company. Shop the World’s. Alexander Arutiunian – Composer – Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra () – Music Sales Classical.
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Alexander Arutiunian – Trumpet Concerto
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I could have replaced some of my windows with them… Xoncerto Cathedral is rightly proud of its musical tradition. Dokschitzer wrote a dazzling solo cadenza which I would be playing prior to the resounding conclusion of the work. The famous Cathedral dominates everything in this historic city.
Arutiunian’s engaging and idiomatic trumpet concerto was “quickly assimilated into the standard trumpet repertoire worldwide, earning highest international praise from audiences, critics and performers”.
It has a very gypsyish, Russian, Armenian kind of sound, with very soulful, beautiful melodies and plenty of exciting rapid-tonguing kind of things. In fact I had a great time all week.
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I thoroughly enjoyed playing the Arutunian. Wow, a big moment for a young kid.
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