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Trombone Sheet music Trombone, Piano Bhannavichaya Vadhanasiriphongs
Trombone Concertino

Trombone Concertino
Bhannavichaya Vadhanasiriphongs

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Bhannavichaya VadhanasiriphongsBhannavichaya Vadhanasiriphongs (1985 - )
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Trombone, Piano

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Date :2017
Copyright :Copyright © Bhannavichaya Vadhanasiriphongs
This piece is titled Trombone Concertino it was composed in the style of a solo concerto in which the trombone is the soloist and piano fills the roll of the orchestra. This makes the piano’s part quite dense in many sections in order to represent tutti.
The character of this piece follows the obsession of the composer according to his Schizophrenia symptoms of obsession and compulsion. In many parts of the piece, the momentum scurries about, leaving out and returning in again and again. This may annoy the common sense of ordinary people, but it fits the composer’s thought process.
This piece has 3 movements. The first movement, Allegro, is dense with an obsessive character that is presented through the rapid changing of harmonies and dynamics. The second movement, Andante, is the moment of rest, but with the Schizophrenia lurking in the middle. In the finale, Allegro-Andante-Allegro, the obsession and compulsion returns full force by the repeating of a motive that rarely changes. The ending, in c minor, matches the beginning of the first theme of the first movement. However, the coda ends with a bang of a c-minor chord after a long period of B-Major giving a sense of compulsion and uncertainty as to whether it is complete or not.

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