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Euphonium Rep. This semester the University of Iowa Tuba Euphonium Studio members will each be doing a Research Project to fulfill our required final project for the semester. I will be putting together a list of 12 pieces that were composed for Euphonium. Each post I make will either be links to recordings of the piece, or information about the piece or composer. He was born in in Vienna Italy.
In he migrated to England where he studied music at New College, Oxford. Where he won the Farrar Prize for two consecutive years.
He composed 39 complete works, which range from a soloist with chamber ensemble accompaniment to works for Orchestra, Wind Band,and Brass Band. There are technically two editions of the piece, the original that was composed in and the new edition which was edited in by Horovitz himself.
The only difference between the old and new editions is the tempo. The piece is very rarely played in the original tempi but we are fortunate enough to have video clips of the first two movements at the old tempi in previous post. The original only included a B-flat treble clef part, but he added a bass clef part to the newer edition. Whats interesting is that the bass clef part is titled "Concerto for Bassoon.
It is the same exact concerto, however it is played on bassoon rather than euphonium. Finally here are some notes from the composer about each movement taken from the piano reduction itself "Technically, in the first movement, the soloist has to combine clear strong phrases with gentle melismatic meandering, as well as negotiating many acute-angled leaps which justify themselves by the enharmonic changes beneath. This movement also contains the only cadenza element in the work - two pastoral-flavoured passages, which I dedicate to the mysteriously beautiful Border-country.
It is followed by a cheeky rondo theme for the soloist. Repeated quotations of this are elaborated with increasingly intricate variations, as if urged on by the ever more harmonically adventurous quotes from the band, until an unaccompanied whole-tone version of the theme brings the work to a fast close.
Biography[ edit ] Horovitz was born in Vienna , Austria, into a Jewish family which emigrated to England in to escape the Nazis. He then undertook a year of further study with Nadia Boulanger in Paris. His musical career began in , when he became music director at the Bristol Old Vic. He was subsequently active as a conductor of ballet and opera, and toured Europe and the United States. Horovitz married Anna in , shortly after coaching at the bi-centenary celebration for Mozart and Glyndeborne.
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