TB110a Piano reduction (solo part included)
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TB110b Orchestra score
TB110c Orchestra parts
Ivan Jevtic (*1947)
Ivan Jevtic was born in 1947 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. He did his musical studies at the Belgrade Academy of Music, where he studied composition with S. Rajicic. He continued his studies at the Paris Conservatory in the class of Olivier Messiaen, and then obtained his teaching certification in piano at the Paris Ecole Normale de Musique. After this he went to the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna to...
Written for the French trombonist Jacques Mauger, this 13-minute concerto is a grand fresco of bright and solemn colors that contrast with darker and more epic passages, with the trombone as the hero.
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March 18, 2023 | Belgrad, Serbia. Laurent Cabaret (trombone), RTS Symphony Orchestra, Olivera Sekulic-Barac (conducting).