Rhapsody In Blue

George Gershwin (composer), Steven Rosenhaus (arranger)


George Gershwin (1898-1937) was known as a songwriter, but was interested in writing larger works. In 1922 he was commissioned to write a concerto for piano and orchestra. Rhapsody in Blue is one of his most famous works. This arrangement for band, without piano, is not a recreation of the original, but rather an exploration of many of the themes found in this composition. Clarinets all cross the break, and the 1st trumpet's highest note is G.
SKU: N200210
Vendor Catalog Number: 200210
Ensemble: Concert Band
Grade: 2
Publisher: Northeastern Music Publications Inc.
Delivery Method: Print
Product Type: Score and Parts
UPC: 6-80160-68910-1
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