Concertino
by Hans Haug
Chamber Orchestra - Sheet Music

Item Number: 18489251
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Price reduced from $29.94 to $28.44
Order On Demand
  • Ships in 3 to 4 weeks
Shipping to the European Union is not currently available.
You may try:
Product
Unauthorized duplication hurts music creators. Please ensure you purchase the number of copies needed to accommodate all members of your ensemble.

Taxes/VAT calculated at checkout.

Ensembles
Composers
Publishers
Formats
Item Types
Levels
Trumpet and chamber orchestra - Grade 5-6

SKU: ET.TP21D

Composed by Hans Haug. Contemporary. Study score. Composed 1967. Duration 14'40''. Editions BIM #TP21D. Published by Editions BIM (ET.TP21D).

ISBN 9790207007605.

The Concertino* was written between 17th December 1966 and 10th January 1967 in Belmont, near Lausanne, a few months before the composer's death. It is in three movements: Capriccio (5'30"), Recitativo (5') and Perpetuum mobile (4'10").

It was first performed in the studios of Radio Lugano on 8th May 1967 by the trumpeter Helmut Hunger, to whom it is dedicated, and the Orchestra of Radio Lugano, conducted by the composer. The orchestration is as follows: 1 piccolo, 1 flute, 1 oboe, 2 clarinets, 1 bassoon; 2 horns, 1 trumpet, 1 trombone; timpani, triangle, side drum, xylophone, tam-tam, 1 suspended cymbal; strings.

This work has been chosen as the set piece for the 43rd Geneva International Competition for Musical Performance 1987.