• Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano
  • Bridge – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano

Bridge - Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano

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Mr. Sauer has done a beautiful job scoring these works for Trombone. There is a wonderful simplicity to Bridge's music, a simplicity that was lost forever just two years later at the beginning of the "Great War"

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Bridge, Frank – Four Pieces for Trombone and Piano.


British composer Frank Bridge is mainly remembered for his beautiful chamber music. The Four Pieces from 1912 are originally for Violin and Piano and are titled:

1. Meditation
2. Spring Song
3. Lullaby
4. Country Dance

Mr. Sauer has done a beautiful job scoring these works for Trombone. There is a wonderful simplicity to Bridge's music, a simplicity that was lost forever just two years later at the beginning of the "Great War", WW I. Bridge's most famous composition student was Benjamin Britten, who wrote one of his greatest works as an homage to Bridge.


This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :

•    Score/Piano part
•    Trombone part in bass clef

21 pages.

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