Masson Askell Boreas Tu81

Áskell Másson

Boreas

for tuba solo

Level: intermediate / advanced
Duration: 5'

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A melody from Icelandic folklore

Boreas stands for the “North Wind” of Greek mythology. In Scandinavian mythology, it was known as BOR, father of Odin, chief of the ancient pagan gods Asar and his brothers. This piece, taken from the Tuba Concerto Maes Howe, is based upon a melody from Icelandic folklore sung to numerous texts of sagas. 

Composed
1999
Genre
contemporary
Published
2000
Publisher
Editions Bim
Áskell Másson

Áskell Másson (*1953)

Played by the best orchestras, ensembles and soloists, his music reflects a powerful sense of drama. The variety of rhythms and sounds, the combination of lyrical and percussive moments, give to his compositions a unique intensity. Áskell Másson (b. 21. November 1953) is amongst Iceland´s leading composers. With a varied background as a... Read more