Crausaz Etienne Eastern Folk Dances Tu176 Digital
Etienne Crausaz
Eastern Folk Dances
for tuba and piano
intermediate Duration: 10' Swiss Composers Series

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Etienne Crausaz

Etienne Crausaz (*1981)

Etienne Crausaz, born in 1981, began his professional tuba studies with Guy Michel at the High School of Music in Bern, Switzerland. In 2006 he obtained his teaching diploma swiftly followed in 2007 by his concert diploma. In 2009, at the High School of Music of Zurich, he received his soloist diploma under the guidance of Anne Jelle Visser. Etienne Crausaz plays regularly with the chamber...
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About Eastern Folk Dances

Inspired by the unique atmosphere of Balkan popular music

These dances for tuba and piano are inspired by the unique atmosphere of Balkan popular music, namely its lively nature, use of compound rhythms as well as the melancholic and nostalgic character. In three tonal movements, the dances highlight both the technical and lyrical qualities of the tuba.

Product details

Composed
2011
Genre
popular
Publisher
Editions Bim
Movements
I. Allegro
II. Adagio malinconico
III. Vivace

Performances

  • January 12, 2020 | 1st Geneva International Tuba Competition (January 7th to 12th) | Geneva, Switzerland. Orchestre de Chambre de Genève, Bastien Stil (Conductor).

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