Trombone 1 part from Two From Seven- big band

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TWO FROM SEVEN for Big Band- This piece is a re-thinking of the second movement from Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony Op. 92 written in 1811. Beethoven commented that he thought it was one of his best works. The orchestral version has been used numerous times for numerous purposes. One of the more recent uses was in the 2011 film THE KING’S SPEECH. It is a “slow burn” style piece. It starts small with a relentless rhythmic and harmonic ostinato that builds and builds to a big band “shout” chorus. There is a trumpet solo indicated, but the solo could be played by any member of the band. There are optional parts for vibes and tuba. The work is not overly difficult and could be mastered by a high school band with little effort. Paramount to a good performance is articulation and dynamics. Also, the blending of muted brass with saxophones should be considered. There are no doublings.

PREMIER RECOGNITION- Piston Reed Stick and Bow Publisher is not aware of any public performance of this piece as of yet. If your ensemble/you post a video of this work on YouTube and tells us about it via email at prsandb@gmailcom we will place our recognition of your premier on a permanent dedication line above the title of the piece (i.e. Premiered by XXX {ensemble name} on XXX {date} in XXX {location}. The posting on YouTube must have the title of this work in the title of the video. The decisions made by PRS&B are capricious and willy-nilly, but we will try our hardest to be fair, but guarantee nothing. We will send you a PDF of the title page with your dedication shown after we receive notification


Composer
Ludwig van Beethoven Arr. by John Hoesly
Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Jazz music
Licensing

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