Piano Accompaniment, Trombone - Advanced
Composed by Scriabin, Alexander. Arranged by Sauer, Ralph. Romantic Period. Set of Parts, Solo Part. 16 pages. Published by Cherry Classics (S0.172515).
Item Number: S0.172515
Alexander Scriabin’s music has been described as mystical, lyrical and idiosyncratic. He was known as the most innovative and controversial early modern Russian composer. His works were ignored for many years until recently and are now seen as “sincere expression(s) of genius”.
The Three Etudes for Trombone and Piano are early works of Scriabin, originally written for Solo Piano. They show lyricism, passion, moodiness, chromatic harmonies and great expression.
Mr. Sauer has brought three wonderful new works for advanced performers who wish to explore this area, largely unknown to the Trombone world.?
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