Andante and Allegro for Trombone and Piano - by Joseph Eduard Barat (1882–1963)
Andante et Allegro for Trombone and Piano was composed for the annual trombone competition at the National Conservatory in Paris in 1935. The beautifully lyrical Andante provides wonderfully expressive phrasing opportunitites while challenging the trombonist with quick and agile yet soft and legato figures. The contrasting Allegro gives vent to the brilliant, virtuosic possibilities of the instrument.
The piece is one of the standards in the repertoire for trombone, and should be a must for any player. A very fine selection that will challenge good high school and college players.
This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :
• Score/Piano part
• Trombone part in bass clef
• Trombone part in Tenor clef
Standard Notation - 25 pages.