Aleria

Petite Suite Pour Trompette Ou Cornet Solo

Pascal Proust

Full Score - Study
Instrumentation: Trumpet / Horn
Item Number: 534-03146
Number of Pages: 3
Duration: 0:04:30
Publisher: Editions Combre
Print Status: Import, 4-5 weeks to deliver

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Quick Overview

This short suite of seven movements for solo trumpet is a type of game-exercise for young players who have been learing for about three years. It can sometimes prove difficult to learn to read modern notation, and for this reason the techinque should be tackled as soon as possible, consistent with the pupil's ability. The teacher should work through each piece, explaining the signs and symbols and the resulting atmosphere of the music. Then, guided by the sub-titles, the pupil should write a brief story, and insert this in between the pieces (which may be played in any order). The stories may have their basis in tales and legends from Ancient Rome, or in flim scenarios. By becoming thoroughly familiar with the instrument and with 21st-century music, the pupil will be able to present a brief entertainment where the trumpet, with sounds ranging from the mysterious to the brillant, is used as an illustraion to the story.

Aleria

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Publisher ID C06655

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Un lieu (a Aleria, environ 200 avant J.C.)
Tiberius (personnage inquietant)
Une legion romaine
Antonius (jeunne centurion)
Aurelia (jeunne romaine)
Une poursuite (ou une bagarre)
Une fanfare triomphale de cornus et buccins