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Corindon, Empereur de Coriandre

Pour Trompette en Ut ou en Sib (ou Cornet) et Piano - Cycle 1

KOMPONIST: Claude-Henry Joubert
VERLAG: Alphonse Leduc
PRODUKTFORMAT: Buch und Einzelstimme(n)
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Trompete, Kornett oder Flügelhorn
Corindon, Empereur de Coriandre is a piece by Claude-Henry Joubert for Bb or C Trumpet and Piano accompaniment. Written for upper beginners, it lasts for two minutes and corresponds to the story of the Emperor Corridon. It is divided into three main different sections: 1. The Arrival of the
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Spezifikationen
Subtitle Pour Trompette en Ut ou en Sib (ou Cornet) et Piano - Cycle 1
Komponist Claude-Henry Joubert
Verlag Alphonse Leduc
Instrumentierung Trompete und Klavier
Produktformat Buch und Einzelstimme(n)
Instrument Group Trompete, Kornett oder Flügelhorn
Style Period Post 1901
Genre Klassik
ISMN 9790046295102
Style Period Post 1901
Seitenzahl 16
No. AL29510
Beschreibung

Corindon, Empereur de Coriandre is a piece by Claude-Henry Joubert for Bb or C Trumpet and Piano accompaniment. Written for upper beginners, it lasts for two minutes and corresponds to the story of the Emperor Corridon.

It is divided into three main different sections: 1. The Arrival of the Emperor, which is fairly imposing, including a lyrical part on the Empress Angelique, 2. The Battle, with more stressful music, 3. The Victory of the Emperor, with the final kiss, and a grandiose and harmonious final by the Horse Guard.

This great work features the perfect elements to pass the contest at the upper level.

Claude-Henry Joubert (born in 1948) is a Viola player, a composer. He has also been a professor of Viola and Medieval literature and the Director of Orléans Conservatoire.

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