Piano Accompaniments for 10 Etudes From Theo Charlier, Etudes Transcendantes for Trumpet

[A Companion Volume To The Leduc Publication -The Trumpet Parts Are Not Included].

Jean-Marie Cottet

Performing Ensemble: Trumpet with Piano
Instrumentation: Piano Accompaniment
Item Number: BQ92
Number of Pages: 76
Publisher: Balquhidder Music
Print Status: In Print

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Each accompaniment presented in two keys for use with either Bb or C TrumpetsAt the suggestion of Pierre THIBAUD, internationally known Trumpet soloist and Master teacher, Cottet composed piano accompaniments for these CHARLIER Etudes, which can nowbecome very enjoyable concert pieces.As pianist, Jean-Marie COTTET plays solo and chamber music throughout the world. He is permanent soloist of Ensemble COURT-CIRCUIT in Paris. As composer, he won the first Prizeof the JOSSE international competition (Variations for saxophone and piano) at age 18 , then completed full composition studies at the Paris National Superior Conservatoire.When I discovered the CHARLIER Etudes, I was amazed at how much variety, invention, fantasy?and generosity, this music offers. To compose the piano parts, I only had to use Charlier'sgenuine ideas, to keep full unity while giving importance to the piano part as well. Outside elements are rarely introduced, but sometimes bring a touch of humour. That is real chamber music,and both partners should look for utmost pleasure performing it. Jean-Marie COTTET At the suggestion of Pierre THIBAUD, internationally known Trumpet soloist and Master teacher, Cottet composed piano accompaniments for these CHARLIER Etudes, which can now become very enjoyable concert pieces. As pianist, Jean-Marie COTTET plays solo and chamber music throughout the world. He is permanent soloist of "Ensemble COURT-CIRCUIT" in Paris. As composer, he won the first Prize of the "JOSSE international competition" (Variations for saxophone and piano) at age 18 , then completed full composition studies at the Paris National Superior Conservatoire. "When I discovered the CHARLIER Etudes, I was amazed at how much variety, invention, fantasy…and generosity, this music offers. To compose the piano parts, I only had to use Charlier's genuine ideas, to keep full unity while giving importance to the piano part as well. Outside elements are rarely introduced, but sometimes bring a touch of humour. That is real chamber music, and both partners should look for utmost pleasure performing it." Jean-Marie COTTET

Piano Accompaniments for 10 Etudes From Theo Charlier, Etudes Transcendantes for Trumpet

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