Antonin Dvorak - Serenade in D minor, opus 44 for 10-part Brass Choir arranged by Geoffrey Bergler.
Serenade in D minor, Opus 44 is a chamber composition by Czech composer Antonin Dvorak and arranged for 10-part Brass Ensemble by Geoffrey Bergler.
It was written in 1879 and was premiered that same year in Prague with the composer as conductor.
The work is in four movements: I Moderato, II Minuetto, III Andante & IV Finale-Allegro Molto. The work has an old-world flavor with a "Slavonic style throughout.
It was originally written for Oboes, Clarinets, Bassoons, Horns, Cello and Double Bass. Mr. Geoffrey Bergler, veteran Trumpeter of the Seattle Symphony has done a brilliant job with this transcription.
The Serenade by Dvorak is about 23 minutes in length, for advanced performers.
Listen to a sample of this piece
This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :
Instrumentation is for 10 parts
• Trumpet in Bb and Piccolo Trumpet I in Bb
• Trumpet II in Bb
• Trumpet III in Eb and Bb
• Trumpet IV in Bb
• Horns I & II in F
• Trombones I, II and Bass - all in bass clefs
• Tuba in bass clef.
This is a very large file - 52 mb - so please have patience when downloading.