Workout [for double reed quartet]

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This is a double reed version of my quartet, as requested by Jean-Paul Hansen of the ’Luxembourg Double Reed Players’nEst un ensemble qui joue de la musique de chambre pour hautbois et bassons . Ce groupe a �t� fond� en 2001, d’abord sous le nom de "Luxembourg Doublereed Quartet" et a eu le privil�ge de pouvoir donner un r�cital dans le cadre de la 31i�me conf�rence de la International Double Reed Society, qui a eu lieu du 6 au 10 ao�t 2002 � Banff au Canada.nnAvec le soutien du Minist�re de la Culture, notre groupe a donc repr�sent� le Luxembourg � cette manifestation prestigieuse rassemblant les meilleurs oboistes et bassonistes du monde entier. Le compositeur luxembourgeois Jean Weber a compos� sp�cialement une oeuvre pour cette occasion.nn David Walter, prof. de hautbois au CNSM de Paris, �crit dans ses "Banff IDRS memories" publi�s dans la "La lettre du hautboiste" : Mon programme de vendredi d�butait par le Quatuor d’anches doubles du Luxembourg dans un programme tr�s �clectique incluant des oeuvres de la Renaissance et de l’�poque baroque, Michael Praetorius, Tielmann Susato, Claude Gervaise, et Johann Petz. Suivait le classique Quartetto concertante de Johann Wenth et une cr�ation de Jean Weber dont le style rappelle un peu Milhaud. Un bon ensemble ayant une claire conception du phras�.


Score ID
86449
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Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
3 minutes
Instrumentation
Double reed ensemble
Genre
Modern classical music
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