We use cookies to ensure the best possible browsing experience on our website. By clicking OK, you consent to our use of cookies. Click here to read more about our cookie policy. 

Presente

COMPOSER: Nicolaus A. Huber
PUBLISHER: Breitkopf und Härtel
PRODUCT TYPE: Book [Softcover]
INSTRUMENT GROUP: NOT APPLICABLE
Presente is a "rhythm" composition for trombone. Its intention is to proceed from musical "generalities" (such as fanfare rhythm, jazz flourish and "melody"), nonetheless respecting them so to say in their proportions. The fanfare rhythm at the beginning of the piece is determinant for the structure
€ 25,90
incl. tax
Special order
Usually ships within 7 days
This product cannot be ordered at the moment.
Not available in your region.
Specifications
Composer Nicolaus A. Huber
Publisher Breitkopf und Härtel
Product Type Book [Softcover]
Instrument Group NOT APPLICABLE
Genre Contemporary Music
ISMN 9790004122921
No. Pages 12
No. BRKEB8096
Definitive Duration 00:12:00
Description
Presente is a "rhythm" composition for trombone. Its intention is to proceed from musical "generalities" (such as fanfare rhythm, jazz flourish and "melody"), nonetheless respecting them so to say in their proportions. The fanfare rhythm at the beginning of the piece is determinant for the structure of the whole composition: 4 touches are disposed in the proportion of 3 to 1 within a total duration of 4 quarters (1 quarter = 1 crotchet): 3 quarters = 1 touch / 1 quarter = 3 touches. Thus the duration of the tones and the number of touches are exchanged crosswisely. In all structures – each of which consisting of 4 links in conformity with the main rhythm – the 4 th link is striking and pressing forward, just as the triplet on the 4 th beat. Among the 4 formal parts characterized as "Fanfare", "Jazzfloskel" (jazz flourish), "Melodie" and "Lied" (song), the "Lied" (an anti-Fascist song, which was created in 1933 in the concentration camp of Börgermoor and is entitled "Moorsoldatenlied") represents an exception: the musical "generalities" incorporate a thing that concerns the general public. The final tone of the "Lied" is blown out towards all four cardinal points. Nicolaus A. Huber (Translation: Roger Clément) CD: Michael Svoboda (trombone) CD Telos Music TLS 018 Bibliography : „Es gibt Dinge, die sind richtig, aber sie ruhen“. Nicolaus A. Huber im Gespräch mit Michael Struck-Schloen, in: MusikTexte, Heft 154 (August 2017), pp. 31-37.
    Loading
    Loading