Stevens  Thomas  New  Carnival Of  Venice  Tp298 Digital
Thomas Stevens
A New Carnival of Venice
for 4 trumpets and orchestra
advanced Duration: 5'

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Thomas Stevens

Thomas Stevens (1938-2018)

Thomas Stevens (born 1938, Atascadero, California) was appointed to the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra in 1965 by then music director, Zubin Mehta, who named him principal trumpet in 1972, a position he held through 1999. He was concurrently involved as an educator in the U.S. and various international venues, including stints as a member of the regular faculties of the University of Southern...
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About A New Carnival of Venice

The “New Carnival of Venice” was written in 1985 for a July 4th concert celebrating American Independence Day by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl (17’400 places).

The piece was a success and subsequently has been played by major orchestras throughout the world, including an international television broadcast by the Boston Pops orchestra, conducted by the famous film composer, John Williams, in celebration of the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, Korea.

Product details

Instrumentation
2(+picc.). 2. 2. 2. - 0. 4. 3. 1. - piano, jazz bass, snare drum, drum set, timpani (Bb, Eb, F) - strings
Composed
1985
Genre
contemporary
Publisher
Editions Bim