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Plog Anthony Double Concerto 2 Trumpets Tp308B
Anthony Plog
Double Concerto for Two Trumpets
for 2 trumpets and chamber orchestra
intermediate / advanced Duration: 13'

TP308a Piano reduction (solo part included)

CHF 32.00

TP308b Orchestra score

CHF 48.00

TP308c Orchestra parts

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Anthony Plog

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...
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Audio samples

I. Moderato
II. Lento
III. Allegro Vivace

About Double Concerto for Two Trumpets

An homage to the very popular trumpet Double Concerto by Antonio Vivaldi

The Double Concerto pays homage to the very popular trumpet Double Concerto by Antonio Vivaldi. With the exception of the addition of one percussionist and harpsichord/celesta the orchestration is exactly the same, and the Vivaldi Double Concerto is even quoted in the final bars of the work. 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.

Product details

Instrumentation
strings, percussion (1), harpsichord
Composed
2001
Genre
contemporary
Publisher
Editions Bim
Movements
I. Moderato (5'30)
II. Lento (4'20)
III. Allegro vivace (3'10)

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Performances

  • January 31, 2018 | Berlin, Germany. Markus Mokosch, Michael Hornauer (trumpet), Insieme Orchester, Magdalena Klein (conductor).

  • February 12, 2017 | Skokie, USA. Chicago Philharmonic, Robert Sullivan (trumpet), Bill Denton (trumpet), Scott Speck (conductor).

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