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  1. Odyssey

    Composer: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
    Composed for and premiered at the 1994 International Trumpet Guild Conference. It opens with a stirring fugue (the percussionist performs the subject on the xylophone). Following the opening section are an intriguing series of passages featuring contrapuntal writing and the use of ostinati. The work culminates in an intense and exciting finale. Rhythmically and harmonically, the music is influenced by jazz. Percussion: 2 suspended cymbals, temple blocks, tam tam, 5 tomtoms, and finger cymbals. The percussion writing employs primarily 2 mallet technique with some use of 4 mallets on the xylophone in a passage of repeated eighth note chords.Rendezvous was first performed on June 18, 1994 during the International Trumpet Guild Conference hosted by the University of Illinois, Urbana with percussionist David Collier and trumpeters James Ketch, Charles Gates, Roy C. Griffen and Craig Hurst. Learn More

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  2. Sonata

    Composer: Popp, Harold
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
    with Piano

    The sonata is intended to be a chamber work with two players. The two instrumental parts are often intertwined and are in continuous close relationship musically. It was not conceived as solo with keyboard accompaniment, but considered as a gestalt. The trombone lines lay well ‘on the slide’—with use of alternate positions. Learn More

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  3. The Amazing Adventures of "The Escapist"

    Composer: Danner, Gregory
    Instrumentation: Ensemble Instruments: Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
    5 Tbns

    I. Main Title (extended Version)

    II. You Escaped My Heart

    III. Chase Scene from Episode 122: The Escapist vs the Mindbots Learn More

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  4. Three Moods

    Composer: Zugger, Thomas Instruments: Piano, Trombone, Trumpet
    Genre: Contemporary
    with Piano

    Three Moods was composed in 2013 as a recital piece for undergraduate and graduate trombone and trumpet students. The inspiration for the work is the moods that I experience in the compositional process. The first movement is the beginning of the process. Intense thought, which is often times in small segments, is musically demonstrated through the passing of small motives to each of the three performers. The piano in this movement acts as a third solo instrument. The second movement portrays the emotion of nearing the conclusion of the process. I can see where the piece will end but cannot as yet “hear” it. I am on the brink but cannot quite see the finish line. The movement is a combination of a 12 tone row in both the trombone and trumpet parts set over a piano ostinato that is both haunting and powerful. The last movement is of course the thrill of completion and the first performance. A 16th note ascending line is the picture of the rising emotion of celebration. The middle of the movement employs two short fugues which propel it back to the A theme followed by a short coda at the conclusion. Enjoy! Learn More

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  5. Trombone Trio

    Composer: Raum, Elizabeth
    Instrumentation: Trio Instruments: Bass Trombone, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
    From “Passacaglia Interruptus” Learn More

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