Jean-François Michel (*1957)
Jean-François Michel, born in Switzerland in 1957 into a family of musicians, studied from 1965 to 1976 at the Fribourg Conservatoire in (Switzerland). In 1975 he was awarded the Bronze Medal at the International Music Competition in Geneva and, a year later, he was appointed Principal Trumpet of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra (Germany) where he remained until 1986 when he was appointed...
Highlighted by dramatic and poetic intensity
This three movement work, composed for two trombones and piano, is highlighted by dramatic and poetic intensity, punctuated by various sound combinations (including mutes) and amazing rhythmical effects. The piece is dedicated to the well known soloist Branimir Slokar and the talented Japanese trombonist Mayumi Shimizu.
- 2 trombones (or horn in F and trombone) and piano
- Editions Bim
- I. Largo - Allegro moderato (5'20)
II. Largo (5'30)
III. Allegro (3'40)