Dialogue

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I request to all you some patience, this piece is to have a little good time to the public, without losing the style and the good pleasure.

As their name says it, it is a dialogue between the pianist and the tuba's player, and it is based on six simple dialogues:

FIRST DIALOGUE Tuba's Player: Do you know something? I am beginning to get bored, why we don't play something more moved? any thing. Pianist: O. K.; You begins to play something, and I'll follow you….

SECOND DIALOGUE Pianist: But, is there some problem with you? Which the reason is to play out of tune? Tuba's Player: Well, I don't like that you play the melody, now allow me to play it.

THIRD DIALOGUE Tuba's Player: it was already well, now continue with what we were playing

Pianist: You're right, later we lose the time.

FOURTH DIALOGUE Tuba's Player: oh yeah? then, let us see who can more

Pianist: very well, it tries to follow me

FIFTH DIALOGUE Pianist: good, I never imagined that you made it so well

Tuba's Player: now see if you are able to follow me


Score ID
24632
Year of composition
2004
Lyricist
none
Publisher
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
4 minutes
Instrumentation
Solo Tuba + piano
Genre
Modern classical music
Instrumental parts
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