Piano, Trumpet - Early Intermediate
Composed by Amalie, Princess. Arranged by Nick Lacanski. Secular, Baroque Period. Set of Parts, Score. Published by theupperstaff.com (S0.2188).
Item Number: S0.2188
Secular, Baroque Period.
General Lottum is one of four marches composed by Princess Amalie of Prussia to honor her generals. In simple two-part form, the “B” section has some syncopation while the “A” is straight forward. The range is from “C” up a perfect 11th, that is well within the capabilities of the developing trumpeter. Perfect for the next recital or have it on hand for the encore. One of four marches by Princess Amalie of Prussia to honor, in this case, General Lottum. It was originally composed for string orchestra. The two part setting presented here clearly shows the voice vs. voice. This composition puts an emphasis on scales, arpeggios and articulation.
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