Concerto for Tuba and Strings - Plau
Instrumentation: Solo and String orchestra Instruments: Tuba
As low as $11.00
The Concerto for Tuba and Strings was written in 1990; it is in sonata form and comprises three movements – Prologue, Canzone and Finale. The grief-ridden middle movement was composed in memory of the composer’s wife, who had just passed away. Øystein Baadsvik gave the first performance of the concerto in 2001 at a concert in Poland with the Wratislava Chamber Orchestra conducted by Jan Stanienda. After beeing released on Baadsviks solo CD Tuba Carnival in 2003, it soon became very popular among tubists and is now played on concerts and competitions all around the world.
The set includes:
Parts for the string orchestra.
6 x Violin 1
5 x Violin 2
4 x Viola
3 x Cello
2 x Double bass
|Delivery||PDF download, Shipped (printed)|
|Instrumentation||Solo and String orchestra|
|Series||Tuba Carnival series|