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Abstract

The purpose of this recital is to partially fulfill the requirements for the Master of Music degree in Trombone Performance. It features repertoire selected to demonstrate the performer’s musical and technical abilities while exploring a wide range of historical differences in trombone pedagogy. Consideration was given to creating a cohesive program arranged to help prevent stamina issues related to the technical demands of the repertoire. The program features Georg Christoph Wagenseil’s Concerto in E-flat Major for Trombone; two selected Lieder from Johannes Brahms’s Vier Gesänge, op. 43; Henri Tomasi’s Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra; Frigyes Hidas’s Fantasia for Trombone; and Heinrich Schütz’s “Attendite, Popule Meus,” SWV 270, from his Symphoniae Sacrae I, Op. 6.

Year of Submission

2019

Degree Name

Master of Music

Department

School of Music

First Advisor

Dr. Anthony Williams, Chair, Thesis Committee

Date Original

5-2019

Object Description

1 PDF file (18 pages)

Language

EN

File Format

application/pdf

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