Concerto for Solo Tenor Instrument and Orchestra : flexible instrumentation
by Richard Vella (1995)
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In two movements, not too difficult requiring a strong sense of lyricism.
Instrumentation: The concerto can be played by the following tenor instruments: trombone, bass clarinet, bassoon, tenor saxophone, cello, French horn, viola, alto saxophone and electric guitar. For the second movement, the conductor is to refer to the original version for Trombone and orchestra.
Duration: 12 min.
Commission note: Originally titled Trombone Concerto, commissioned by Simone de Haan.
Originally titled Trombone Concerto. Reworked and retitled in 2018
First performance info from Contribute:
September 16, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. Odeon Theatre.
- In the form/style of: Concertos
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