Fanitullen (trumpet octet)

Trumpet Octet

Composer
Johan Halvorsen
Arranger
Parts
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"Fanitullen" is taken from Halvorsen's dramatic suite 'Fossegrimen', written to accompany a play of the same name, of which this is the fifth and final movement. It was originally written for violin ensemble, led by a soloist (replicated here as a duet). Usually it would be performed on a traditional Hardanger fiddle. In performance, the violin group often stand in a semi-circle around the leader. This arrangement has been orchestrated such that a similar positioning can be used with the two main soloists positioned centrally, and the rest of the group surrounding them. If more than 8 players are used, only the tutti parts should be doubled leaving the soloists on individual parts.

Note to performers:

Care should be taken with all lines to avoid any over-aggressive attack, instead aiming to maintain air flow through each passage. Accents are indicated for articulation and weighting but are more of a that of a fiddle than a brass instrument.

An accompanied version exists for cornets and brass band, of which this octet version is compatible if the cornet section parts are omitted.

Copyright © Nick Walkley 2018 All rights reserved This arrangement and others available to purchase and download from www.nickwalkley.com/notes


Score ID
203163
Composer
Johan Halvorsen
Year of composition
1935
Arranger
Year of arrangement
2018
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
3 minutes
Instrumentation
Octet
Genre
World music and Classical music
Instrumental parts
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