In one movement. With performance and technical notes. Dedicated to Weston Olencki. This highly challenging work calls for a variety of live electronic devices. Custom print edition.
A short concerto in three movements: Aria and Tarantella; Song Without Words; and Prelude and Toccata. Duration ca. 10 minutes.
In nine untitled movements. With program and performance notes. Written for the Trio d'Art. Of advanced difficulty.
In one movement. Commissioned by Monique Buzzarte. A free and challenging lament for unaccompanied trombone. Duration ca. 5 minutes.
In one movement. With program and biographical notes. Dedicated to Robert Holmsted and Karolina Bogus. A brief but challenging work.
In four movements. With performance and biographical notes. A challenging work for trombone and piano. Duration ca. 8 minutes.
Contents: What's Going On? -- Got to Give It Up -- I'll Be Doggone -- Ain't That Peculiar -- Mercy, Mercy Me -- Pride and Joy -- That's the Way Love Is -- How Sweet It Is to Be Loved By You -- (Love Is Like A) Heat Wave -- The Way You Do the Things You Do. With notes. The CD contains full…
In one movement. With program and performance notes. Composed for the 2016 Red Note Composition Workshop at Illinois State University, and for Ensemble mise-en. Premiered in Normal, IL, April 2016. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 6 minutes.
In one movement. With performance notes. The music is mostly unmetered, and the score uses propotional notion with time stamps. Printed from manuscript. Special print edition. To obtain downloads of the electronic component for this work, please contact your dealer.
Contents: I. Declamatory -- II. Contemplative -- III. Lively. Commissioned by the Novus Quartet. Scored for three tenor trombones and one bass trombone. Duration ca. 16 minutes.
Commissioned jointly by the Koussevitzky Music Foundation and the St. Paul Chamber Orch. And dedicated to Christian Lindberg. Premiered by him, with the St. Paul Ch. Orch. In St. Paul, MN, June 1994. With instrumentation; abbreviations and symbols. Duration: 11 minutes.
In one movement. Commissioned by the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris. Premiered by Ensemble TM+ in February 2013. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 12 minutes.
A concerto in three movements. Dedicated to Megumi Kanda and the Milwaukee Symphony. Premiered in Milwaukee, January 2011. Duration ca. 25 minutes.
In one movement. Dedicated to Matt Barbier and Kevin Austin. The music features long tones, produced using a variety of different effects. Of advanced difficulty.
In one movement. This lyric piece may also be performed by bass clef baritone. Duration ca. 3 minutes. Reprinted from the 1960 edition published by Piedmont Music Company.
In one movement. With a biographical note. This short piece is based on the trombone solo from Carter's Double Trio (2011). Of advanced difficulty.
Reprint of this useful book, which contains exercises in intervals, dynamic contrasts, impressionism, quartal melody, twelve-tone music, aleatory music, spatial notation, complex rhythms, and much more. With a preface.
This study of the trombone examines its history, repertoire and performers, and looks at the social and cultural aspects of its development. With an introduction, appendices, notes, bibliography, index, 87 illustrations, 27 music examples and six tables.
A bilingual book, with texts in both English and German. Discussion and exercises focus on aspects of breathing, embouchure and technique. With a preface and index.
This work was originally composed for trombone and orchestra, and was dedicated to trombonist Olaf Ott. The music is in three challenging movements. Includes trombone parts in treble and tenor clefs. With program and biographical notes.