Concertino For Treble Recorder, Strings and Harp Sheet Music | Geraldine Green | Orchestra
Log In
1412889
Concertino For Treble Recorder, Strings and Harp Digital Sheet Music
Cart purchase includes:
Official publisher PDF download (printable)
Access anywhere, from any device.
Cover Art for "Concertino For Treble Recorder, Strings and Harp" by Geraldine Green

Concertino For Treble Recorder, Strings and Harpby Geraldine Green String Orchestra - Digital Sheet Music

$64.99
Taxes/VAT calculated at checkout.
Cart purchase includes:
Official publisher PDF download (printable)
Access anywhere, from any device.

This item is not eligible for PASS discount.

Product Details


Product Description

ALL PURCHASES COME WITH SCORE AND PARTS

Instrumentation: Treble Recorder Solo, Harp, Violin1, Violin 2, Viola, Cello and Double Bass
There is quite a lot of divisi in all of the string parts, so at least 6 players per part is preferable, except double basses where 2 players minimum are needed.

Written in 1990, the Concertino For Treble Recorder, Strings And Harp, was requested by recorder player Ruth Whatley. Ruth and I were at the London College of Music together during this time. We worked together to rehearse the piece and eventually it was given a run-through by a group of string players and harpist, Alice Trentham (also at the college with us at the time). It still awaits its premiere! One day I hope I can post up a recording of this beautiful piece.

A friend who attended its play through described it as being like the South American Rain Forests, which I thought was a beautiful, and very fitting description.

Duration: Approximately 15 minutes

All of the parts are challenging so this is not a piece for junior players.

This product was created by a member of ArrangeMe, Hal Leonard's global self-publishing community of independent composers, arrangers, and songwriters. ArrangeMe allows for the publication of unique arrangements of both popular titles and original compositions from a wide variety of voices and backgrounds.