Double Concerto for Two Trumpets
for 2 trumpets and chamber orchestra by Anthony Plog
The harmonies and themes are modern, of course, but the interplay of the soloists and the feel of the piece are similar to that of its predecessor. As such, the Double Concerto is meant to be a light and enjoyable addition to the actual repertoire of music for two trumpets and chamber orchestra.
I. Moderato I. Moderato
II. Lento II. Lento
III. Allegro Vivace III. Allegro Vivace
for brass quintet by Thomas Stevens
Igor’s Dance is a virtuosic, molto allegro parody of the Ballerina’s Dance from Igor Stravinsky’s Petrouchka, with the quintet parts including some isolated musical elements, such as single rhythmic figures or motives from some of Stravinsky’s early 20th century orchestral works.
Igor's Dance Igor's Dance
New and recent
for trumpet and organ
René Oberson dedicated "Homo Somniens" [the man who dreams] to the trumpeter Jean-François Michel, who commissioned the work. The subtitle: "Man does not live, he is lived by his dreams, his chimeras ...". The titles of the four dreams are subjective; The four movements will perhaps arouse other dreams among the listener, who has his own sensitivity.
for brass band
This work, conceived in a masterful style of contemporary jazz, is a new musical and technical challenge for the world of Brass Bands. Thanks to this challenging spirit the world of brass bands is constantly developing this amazing musical virtuosity that characterizes it’s movement.