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Cross sections : for solo trumpet and trombone with brass ensemble

by Katy Abbott Kvasnica (2014)

Cross sections


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Cross sections : for solo trumpet and trombone with brass ensemble / Katy Abbott.

Library shelf no. 785.919/ABB 1 [Available for loan]

Cross sections

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Work Overview

In three movements or cross sections, it features both the trumpet and trombone as soloists intertwined with the brass ensemble. Each musical cross section acknowledges the complexity and changing emotional landscape each day brings us. The piece represents three such moments of complexity, when of course in a day there are many more.

The work focuses on interaction between the ensemble and solos through means of orchestration or through sections dedicated to (guided) improvisation. The soloist parts are for professional level players and the ensemble part was written for Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Brass Ensemble. Over the duration of the work it is both rhythmic and lush.

Work Details

Year: 2014

Instrumentation: Solo trumpet, solo trombone, Brass Ensemble: 4 trumpets in Bb, 2 horns in F, 2 tenor trombones, bass trombone, tuba.

Duration: 17 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Dedication note: Dedicated to Joel Brennan, Don Immel

Commission note: Commissioned by Joel Brennan, Don Immel with funds provided by Australia Council. Music Board.

First performance: 10 Jul 14. Sydney International Brass Festival 2014, Sydney Congress Hall

Performances of this work

21 Jul 14: Danish-German Brass Academy, GrĂ¥sten, Denmark

18 Jul 14: Flensburg Hofkultur Festival, Central Library, Flensburg, Germany

16 Jul 14: National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen

16 Jul 14: Jesus Church, Valby, Copenhagen, Denmark

15 Jul 14: Stege Church - Saint Hans Church, (Stege, Denmark)

10 Jul 14: Sydney International Brass Festival 2014, Sydney Congress Hall

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