2nd Trombone part from The Second Waltz

Waltz No.2 Opus 99

Composer
Dmitri Shostakovich
Publisher
Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Classical music

Flugel Arpeggios intoduce letter A where the Solo Cornet presents the melody who is then joind by the band at bar 21. At etter B the melody is taken by the Flugel who carries it to bar 59. Euphonium plays the bridge which starts at C & continues to D . D presents a delightful muted cornet quintet. At E solo cornet & soprano play the quaver cadences and at F the trombones take the melody in 3 part harmony. G reintoduces the flugel who plays an obbligato whith the horns who have the melody. The rest of the band join at bar 207 for the finale to an abrupt finish on accented crotchets.

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