Intrada by Otto Ketting (1935-). For Trumpet / Horn. Standard notation. Duration 3 minutes. Published by Donemus (PR.534002680).
With Standard notation.
May 15, 2012
Cool recital piece
This is an unusual sounding unaccompanied piece, usually played (some might say overplayed) at trumpet recitals. It has several sections separated by pauses. As other folks have noted, the main theme is atonal sounding--but in a good, memorable way. There are other sections that are like little fanfares. The range...
10 of 20 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Jamestown, Ohio
January 18, 2008
I am a high school senior playing this for solo and ensemble contest, and I love it. It's very erethral and at the same time, almost march like. The notes come easily enough, but the real difficulty comes from making the piece very musical. A very good buy!
17 of 39 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Regina, SK (Canada)
April 4, 2007
Excellent contemporary music!
Anyone looking for contemporary and modern (the term atonal comes to mind) unaccompanied music to showcase their talents should look no further. This piece composed in the 50's by Otto Ketting is a wonderful tune, requiring no extreme talents much more than triple tonguing early on in the piece. While...
24 of 44 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Bloomington, Indiana
April 17, 2005
I am a junior music performance major, i feel this piece is a great opener to a trumpet recital. It's more expensive than most standards, (because it's from oversea's) but worth it if you looking for a medium diffuculty piece that accentuates musicality.
18 of 39 people found this review helpful.