Fanfare : turmmusik
by Attila Jurth (2009)
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Fanfare is suitable for any festive occasion. The original music scored for trumpet and 3 trombones was composed for the nuptials of Jurth's daughter Kinga in 2009. The transcription for organ arranged by the composer in 2010 is designed for events where brass players are not available. Subsequent to Fanfare Processional (2010) for String Quartet by Jurth may be played. At memorial services Fanfare is to be played in slower tempo and legato.
Instrumentation: 3 tenor trombones; trumpet in C (recommended but optional).
Duration: 1 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Trombone parts are easier; trumpet part (doubling 1st Trombone an octave higher) is more demanding.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Kinga Jurth and Dr Nigel Greenwood
First performance: 16 Oct 10. St John's Cathedral, Brisbane, by BoB Brass Ensemble lead by Bob Schultz (trumpet)
- In the form/style of: Fanfares
Performances of this work
29 May 11: St Ladislaus RC Parish Church, Szob, Hungary. Featuring Attila Jurth.
16 Oct 10: St John's Cathedral, Brisbane, by BoB Brass Ensemble lead by Bob Schultz (trumpet)
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