Oberson Rene Homo Somniens Tp271

René Oberson

Homo Somniens

for trumpet and organ

Level: intermediate / advanced
Duration: 20'
Series
Swiss Composers Series

I. Rêve martial I. Rêve martial

II. Rêve sensuel II. Rêve sensuel

III. Rêve de rencontre III. Rêve de rencontre

IV. Rêve de joie IV. Rêve de joie

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René Oberson dedicated "Homo Somniens" [the man who dreams] to the trumpeter Jean-François Michel, who commissioned the work. The subtitle: "Man does not live, he is lived by his dreams, his chimeras ...". The titles of the four dreams are subjective; The four movements will perhaps arouse other dreams among the listener, who has his own sensitivity.

Composed
1988/2004
Genre
contemporary
Published
2017
Movements
1. Rêve martial (5'20)
2. Rêve sensuel (4'25)
3. Rêve de rencontre (4'10)
4. Rêve de joie (5'50)
Publisher
Editions Bim
René Oberson

René Oberson

Following his studies at the conservatories of Fribourg (piano, organ, music theory, orchestration), Geneva (organ improvisation) and Berne (orchestration with Luc Balmer) he went to Paris to benefit as an organist from the teachings of Jean Langlais and as a composer from the advices of Henri Dutilleux. His activities as a performer lead him to... Read more

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