Contents: Romance, Op. 36 -- Romance, Op. 67. With a preface in German, English and French. Critical notes in German and English. Piano fingerings by Klaus Schilde. The Op. 67 Romance was actually composed first, in 1862, but not published until 1885. The Op. 36 Romance dates from 1874.
This fold-out pamphlet also includes advice on instrument care, a notation guide, and a photo/diagram.
Vojta performs 20th century Czech music for horn, by composers including Jaroslav Kofron, Zdenek Sestak, Klement Slavicky, and Emil Hlobil. With Tomoko Sawano, piano.
In one movement. Dedicated to Ann Ellsworth. A challenging and rhapsodic piece for unaccompanied horn. Duration ca. 5 minutes.
…-- III. La Ronde -- IV. Le Quartier Latin -- V. Chacun a son gout (nous manger petits fours) -- VI. La parapluie de ma tante. With a program note. Commissioned by Jean Rife. The music is designed to be a series of conversations between pairs of horns. Duration ca. 17 minutes. Special print edition.
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A duet for horns in four movements: Daybreak; Chorale; Rendezvous; and Homeward Bound. Both players read from the same score. With a biographical note. Duration ca. 7 minutes.
Composed for Julie and Rob Bridge. A challenging duet in which the two instruments have equal parts. In one movement of moderate length.
A short and energetic piece which features melodies played a whole step apart. Printed from manuscript. Of moderate difficulty.
A one-movement piece in two main sections, moving from nostalgic to animated. Of advanced difficulty. With performance and biographical notes. Duration ca. 6 minutes.
Duration: ca. 5 minutes.
Completed in September 1994 in New York City. Duration: ca. 7 minutes.
In one movement. The music is a Moderato with a sweeping melody. Of moderate to advanced difficulty.
Premiered by Reeta Rossi and the Musica Nova Festival in Helsinki, March 2001. While brief, this piece still manages to travel through many moods. Duration ca. 4 minutes.