Byron Adams, Concerto for trumpet and string orchestra
Byron Adams
Concerto
for trumpet and string orchestra
intermediate Duration: 15'

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Byron Adams

Byron Adams (*1955)

Byron Adams (b. 1955, Atlanta, Georgia, USA) is a composer, musicologist, and conductor. He was educated at Jacksonville University, the University of Southern California, and Cornell University, where he earned a doctoral degree studying composition with Karel Husa. Adams is a composer of tonal music with an inimitable style who employs individual adaptations of traditional techniques. His...
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About Concerto

Contrasting movements

The Concerto consists of three dramatically contrasting movements. The opening movement, which is designed as a modified sonata form, is restless, dramatic and impetuous. The second movement is an elegiac ricercare; the opening mood is one of tender and rueful remembrance, but the music rises inexorably to an intense climax that gradually dissipates into somber introspection. Opening with a burst of joyous energy, the finale is filled with an exuberance that dispels both the restlessness of the first movement and the sorrow of the second.

Product details

Instrumentation
strings: 6.5.5.4.3
Composed
1983
Genre
contemporary
Publisher
The Brass Press
Movements
I. Allegro ma non troppo
II. Lento elegiaco
III. Allegro vivo