CO115 Score and parts
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Anthony Plog (*1947)
Anthony Plog was born on November 13th, 1947 in Glendale, California. He received his music degree from UCLA (University of California Los Angeles). Trumpet studies were first with his father Clifton Plog and later with Irving Bush, Thomas Stevens and James Stamp. He has a successful international career as a soloist and has made many recordings.
His compositional activities have grown...
About Horn Quartet No. 1
The Horn Quartet no. 1 is a multi movement work, which explores the various textures and colors that the horn is capable of producing. There are sections, such as the beginning, which are atmospheric and almost dream-like, while other sections are aggressive or even playful. Even though the piece is written with a standard type of voicing, meaning that the first part has a higher tessitura than the fourth, all parts are important and all parts are solistic.
This piece was first performed in Lutkin Hall at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, on November 18, 2009. The performers were Gail Williams, William Caballero, Thomas Bacon and William Barnewitz, who also recorded the work for Gail Williams’ album "Horn Muse" (2011)
- 4 horns in F
- score 20 / parts 44
- Editions Bim
- 1. Lento, Allegro moderato (4’45)
2. Allegro molto (2’15)
3. Slowly, with freedom (4’)
4. Allegro vivo (2’45)