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Trumpet or Cornet & Piano

By Philip Sparke

Cornet; Trumpet - intermediate-adv
Trumpet or Cornet & Piano. Composed by Philip Sparke (1951-). Anglo Music Press. Score and part. Composed 2005. 28 pages. Anglo Music Press #AMP136-401. Published by Anglo Music Press (HL.44005496).

Item Number: HL.44005496

ISBN 9789043147316. 9.0x12.0x0.095 inches. English-German-French-Dutch.

Also available for trumpet with concert band (HL44004952) Manhattan was commissioned by the United States Army Band for their trumpet soloist Woodrow English, and first performed by them in Carnegie Hall, New York, in November 2003. Wanting to write a piece that demonstrated both the lyrical and technical abilities of this outstanding player, the composer decided on a two-movement work showcasing these qualities, and with the intention that the movements could be played individually when a shorter solo is required. The theme is a weekend in New York, and the opening bluesy movement ("Saturday Serenade") describes the city on a Saturday night, perhaps in a smoke-filled jazz bar. While writing "Sunday Scherzo," the composer pictured an early morning jog in Central Park. This vivaciously rhythmic movement ends with an even quicker coda which brings the work to a brilliant close.

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  • Saturday Serenade 
  • Sunday Scherzo 
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  • November 17, 2015 Every good

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  • 5

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  • April 30, 2011 Great show pieces

    These 2 songs are required 2 characters to play. One is lyrical in blues, the other is played in excitement. I love both of them because the lyrical melodies of Saturday Serenade are so beautiful and the articulations of Sunday Scherzo are challenge.

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