Arutiunian Alexander Trombone Concerto Tb11 Digital
Alexander Arutiunian
Concerto
for trombone and orchestra or piano reduction
advanced Duration: 20' Armenian Composers Series

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Alexander Arutiunian

Alexander Arutiunian (1920-2012)

Born in 1920 in Erevan, Armenia, he is one of the best known and highly esteemed composers of Armenia. He studied composition and piano at the Komitas Conservatory in the city of his birth, and then perfected his composition skills with H. Litinsky in Moscow (1946-1948). He directed the composition class at the Erevan State Conservatory. His works have won many prizes, both nationally and...
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About Concerto

A masterpiece of the contemporary trombone repertoire.

The three movements of this concerto, written 1990-91 in Erevan (Armenia) during a dramatic and difficult period (catastrophic earthquake and turbulent political situation) bring out not only the emotions of the great Armenian composer, but also reveal his profound expressive resources which the solo trombone is able to give voice to in an especially moving manner, superbly supported by a richly developed orchestral architecture.

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Instrumentation
3.2.2.2 - 4.3.3.0 - harp, percussion - strings
Composed
1990/91
Genre
contemporary
Published
1991
Publisher
Editions Bim
Movements
I. Adagio maestoso e andante
II. Allegretto
III. Allegro

Performances

  • March 14, 2020 | Tampere, Finland. Ulla Aonen (trombone), Tampere Academic Symphony, Kimmo Tullila (conducting).

  • February 28, 2019 | Mexico City, Mexico. Julio Briseño (tuba), Orquesta Filarmonica de la Ciudad de Mexico, Enrique Barrios (conducting).

  • February 20, 2019 | Hiroshima, Japan. Yosuke Kato (trombone), Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra, Makoto Suehiro (conducting).

  • January 30, 2018 | Dortmund, Germany. Sascha Graefe (trombone), Orchestra of the University of Dortmund, Ingo Ernst Reihl (conductor).

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