Site version :. Discover our catalog After the first prize for violin and composition at the National Conservatory in Bucharest, he arrived in Paris in and continued his studies at the Conservatoire National de Paris with Nadia Boulanger and. In addition to music called "classical", he developed a passion for early jazz, film music and all forms of popular music. From he toured extensively throughout the world as a concert violinist and devoted himself increasingly to composition. In , Yves Robert assigned his first film score for "Alexander the Blessed".
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View Basket. QTY: Add to Wishlist. One of the most challenging and rewarding solos in the repertoire, this concerto embodies in many ways the spirit of Paganini and Liszt for the euphonium and represents one of the most outstanding selections for euphonium and large ensemble.
It features virtuoso technique, intense melody, and a need for panache and flair. The technical and range challenges are formidable, but WELL worth the practice. Of particular note involves the flexibility, clarity, and tone quality needed in the low range from BB-flat to F as there are numerous sections of slurred and tongued passages in these ranges. There is also a strong need for excellent double and triple tonguing as Cosma wrote the final few sections with the violin his instrument in mind versus the euphonium, so some of the passages are not as idiomatic as they could be.
The Andantino creates an atmosphere mindful of Piazzolla, the famous tango writer. The melody sails with the euphonium. This piece stands at the top of the list of recommended repertoire for those capable. The publisher has chosen to make these choices and they greatly hinder the wide spread of this fantastic work. Feinstein, Allen - Concerto for Euphonium. Jansa - Concierto Iberico. Linkola, Jukka - Concerto.
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Vladimir Cosma: Euphonium Concerto
I mvt. II mvt. The bracketed numbers tell you the precise instrumentation of the ensemble. The first number stands for Flute , the second for Oboe , the third for Clarinet , the fourth for Bassoon , and the fifth separated from the woodwinds by a dash is for Horn. Sometimes there are instruments in the ensemble other than those shown above. Whenever this occurs, we will separate the first four digits with commas for clarity.
Cosma, Vladimir Concerto