21st Century (2013). Lee Hyla's 1987 trio takes its title from a fresco by Giotto, which depicts Pope Innocent III dreaming of St. Francis literally holding up the Church. To capture the power of this imagery, Hyla amplifies the cello as protagonist, with percussion and piano at first offering commentary, then building into a heavily articulated rhythm. Dream of Innocent III is written in three sections, with the first two ending in extended cello solos. Lee Hyla's notes are available at the webs...
Baroque. For soprano voice, trombone & piano. Recorded by Christian Lindberg on his CD "Trombone & Voice in the Hapsburg Empire" (our number 24681). Can be performed without the voice part. Number 4 from the Solo Baroque Trombone series. Alme Ingrate. (piano score sample 1) (piano score sample 2) Recorded by: Θ - Christian Lindberg, on 10 Year Jubilee - CD 24682 Θ - Christian Lindberg, on Trombone & Voice - CD 24681
These three preludes retain the primitive, open harmonies of early American hymnody. The first is a quiet, worshipful introit; the second, a somber depiction of Christ's sacrifice; and the last prelude imitates the joyous strumming of banjos and energy of fiddles. Tunes include Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing; Wondrous Love; How Firm a Foundation.
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21st Century (2010). Michael Kibbe writes, "This work was sketched during August of 1988 and was completed during a vacation trip to Arizona in January of 1989. It is one of several works written for some of the less common combinations of wind instruments. The style is straightforward and melodic, and is generally pastoral in character, rising occasionally to dramatic points of harmonic tension and complexity, but maintaining an overall sense of lyric playfulness." -the publisher
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Classical. For piano trio (violin, cello, piano) or clarinet, cello & piano. Franz Xaver Kleinheinz was employed at the court of Prince Elector Karl Theodor in Munich until 1799, when he left for Vienna after the Prince's death. There he met Beethoven, who was five years younger than Kleinheinz and who also very much admired him, so much so that Beethoven entrusted the young musician with arrangements of his own works. Moreover, Kleinheinz most likely owed it to Beethoven's recommendations that h...
20th Century. For clarinet, viola & piano. Published as a performance score, therefore at least one additional copy will be needed for performance. Includes separate viola and clarinet parts for movements five and six to eliminate page turns.
(performance score sample pages)
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