Bellon Jean Quintette No 8 Ens110

Jean Bellon

Quintette No. 8

for brass quintet

Level: intermediate
Duration: 12'

ENS110 - Score and parts
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A sensational discovery

To the best of present-day knowledge, the 12 brass quin­tets composed by Jean Bel­lon ca. 1848-50, are the old­est and most significant in the his­to­ry of cham­ber mu­sic for brass­es.

Instrumentation
2 cornets (or trumpets) in Bb, horn in F, trombone and tuba
Composed
c. 1850
Genre
romantic
Published
2001
Arrangeur
Raymond Lapie
Publisher
Editions Bim
Jean Bellon

Jean Bellon (1795-1869)

Born in Lyon, France on 30 May 1795, Jean Bellon concluded his musical schooling at the Conservatoire de Paris, probably as the student of Rodolphe Kreutzer (1766-1831) in violin (Premier Prix in 1823) and Anton Reicha (1770-1836) in composition. He subsequently became concertmaster of the Concerts Musard, and conducted various Parisian... Read more