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Musical Impromtu by Vladislav Blazhevich: A Review 
Musical Impromtu, by Vladislav Blazhevich, is a short work scored for 12 trombones. This piece is in Blazhevich’s typical style of composition and its melodies could easily have come from the Clef Studies. It is charming and clever in that it offers a great deal of musical variety in a very short time span.

 

Cantare: A Review 
This composition lasts about 4 minutes and is written in ABA form.

 

Melody in A Major: A Review 
This wistful melody was originally written for violin and found its way into the repertoire of none other than Fritz Kreisler. The tune is a simple ABA form in slow 6/8 time with an eighth note pulse throughout and is 41 measures long.

 

Choral, Cadence et Fugato by Henri Dutellieux: A Review 
Composed for the French pedagogue Andre LaFosse, Choral, Cadence et Fugato has appeared on required lists for various solo competitions over the years but has not found its way into the mainstream of trombone recital programming. It is a well crafted virtuosic piece from the French repertoire deserving of more attention from trombonists looking for something substantial to include on a recital.

 

Looking for the Natural Way: A Review 
This is a valuable and entertaining book which should be added to all serious brass musicians' "required reading" list.

 

Reel Technique: A Review 
A thoughtful approach will be needed to preserve the integrity of the original tunes within the context of a reasonable tempo and good musicianship.

 

Sonata for Trombone by Derek Bourgeois: A Review 
This is an epic work, spanning three octaves and lasting some twenty minutes with many changes in mood and style.

 

A Witch's Spell and Animado: A Review 
These two unaccompanied offerings from Warwick Music were composed for the Repton Brass Festival 2001 and represent two distinct compositional styles. As always, Warwick's spiral bound editions are beautifully presented and strikingly attractive.

 



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