City Melody

Concert Band

City Melody

Solo for Trumpet and Band

Composer:
Genre:
Solo für Trompete, Solo
Grade Level:
Mittel-/Oberstufe
Performance time:
00:03:12
Publisher:
Rundel
Size:
DIN A4
Info:
Full Score + Parts
Order Number:
MVSR1888
Release Date:
1996

Info

Pavel Stanék composed his emotional "City Melody" for solo trumpet and concert band. The lyrical melody is accompanied by small counter melodies and a soft drum rhythms. Although the piece is not technically difficult, it demands a lot of expressiveness and musicality from the soloist.

You might like to consider ...

46,50 €
Add to Wishlist Listen Read Listen & Read Print Share
Teilen
Klicken Sie hier um die "Teilen-Funktion" zu aktivieren

See also

Zentralorchester (Ostrava) / Zdenek Samlík / Jiri Cano CD (Compact Disc)

Beskiden Nocturno

MVSR005-2

Zwei Krönungsintraden - Marsch der Komödianten und Springtanz aus der Oper »Die verkaufte Braut« - Ceské noty (Polka) »Tschechische Noten« - Troják - St. Thomas-Choral - Serenade für Posaune - Bugatti-Step - Latin Dance Party - City Melody - ...

Info
H. Slattner / Vladimir Studnicka Concert Band

Ave Maria

MVSR1935

"Ave Maria" is a beautiful and lyrical solo for flugelhorn (trumpet/cornet) and concert band and is particularly suited for church ...

Info
Pavel Stanek Concert Band

Ballade

MVSR1752

Pavel Stanék composed an emotional "Ballad" for solo trumpet and concert band. The lyrical melody is accompanied by small counter melodies and a soft drum rhythms. Although the piece is not technically difficult, it demands a lot of expressiveness ...

Info
Peter I. Tschaikowsky / Karel Belohoubek Concert Band

Chanson Napolitaine

MVSR2018

The work of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) is exemplary of the synthesis of Russian musical thought (influenced by Italian and French music) and the tendencies of western neo-romanticism. He is regarded as one of the world’s greatest ...

Info
Pavel Stanek Concert Band

Love Melody

MVSR1775

"Love Melody" is an enchanting piece for solo trumpet and concert band. Its beautiful melody is introduced by the trumpet, then sung as "La-la" or "Hm-hm" by the orchestra and in the finale repeated again by the bright ...

Info

Keywords