Elegie

Trombone or Euphonium and Piano

The opening unaccompanied passage of this work was originally written as a short memorial piece for saxophone, but was later adapted as the basis of this more developed work for solo euphonium or trombone.

The work uses a variation structure, with both the soloist and the accompaniment changing throughout the piece; the harmony, rhythm and melodic lines leading somewhere new and different each time they are heard – similar to the way our memories of a person often wander in different directions, but are still always focused on that person.


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PMM011 - Elegie
Year composed: 2004
Difficulty: Moderatly Difficult
Grade:
Duration: 6
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Program Note

The opening unaccompanied passage of this work was originally written as a short memorial piece for saxophone, but was later adapted as the basis of this more developed work for solo euphonium or trombone.

The work uses a variation structure, with both the soloist and the accompaniment changing throughout the piece; the harmony, rhythm and melodic lines leading somewhere new and different each time they are heard – similar to the way our memories of a person often wander in different directions, but are still always focused on that person.


Album name: Drive
Media: CD
Artists: Fabian Bloch - Euphonium / --- - Piano
Label: ---

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