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Quintet : for bass trombone, two pianos and two percussion (quintets: trombone, 2 pianos, 2 percussion)

by Christopher Gordon (2004, this version: 2005)

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Performance by Christopher Harris, Sydney Symphony, Luke Dollman from the CD Concerto for bass trombone and orchestra

This sample is of the Trombone with full orchestra version of this work

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Concerto for bass trombone and orchestra


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Concerto for bass trombone and orchestra / Christopher Gordon.

Version: This product features the Trombone with full orchestra version of this work

Library shelf no. CD 1436 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 2004, this version: 2005

Instrumentation: Bass trombone, 2 pianos, 2 percussion (3 suspended cymbals, tam-tam, 4 timpani, snare drum, bass drum, glockenspiel, vibraphone and 2 (or 1) marimbas).

Duration: 26 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Contents note: I. Invocation -- II. Song -- III. Dance.

First performance: by Adrian Cleverely — 24 May 07. Blackheath Halls, London

The Quintet is a reworking for chamber ensemble of the composer's Concerto for Bass Trombone and Orchestra (2004). The solo bass trombone part remains the same. The work is in three movements without breaks.


Performances of this work

10 Jul 2014: at Sydney International Brass Festival: gala concert #2 (Sydney Congress Hall). Featuring Christopher Harris.

13 Feb 10: Sherwood Conservatory Recital Hall, Columbia College, Chicago, IL 60605, USA. Featuring Mark Fry, Chris Thompson.

24 May 07: Blackheath Halls, London. Featuring Adrian Cleverely.

13 Oct 04: Sydney Opera House Concert Hall. Featuring Christopher Harris, Luke Dollman, Sydney Symphony.

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