3 edition of Soli no. 2, for wind quintet. found in the catalog.
Soli no. 2, for wind quintet.
|LC Classifications||M557 C423 S7|
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|Pagination||score (32 p.)|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Soli II is a composition for wind quintet by Mexican composer Carlos Chávez, written in It is the second of a series of four works given the title Soli, each featuring a succession of is the longest of the set, a performance lasting about 20 minutes. The Solis belong to the more "experimental", high-modernist strand of Chávez's compositional output, in contrast to the more.
Soli I is the first of a series of four works by the Mexican composer Carlos Chávez, each called Soli and each featuring a succession of instrumental solos. Three of these compositions are chamber music, and the remaining one is a sort of concerto grosso for four soloists and orchestra.
This first work of the series is a quartet for oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and trumpet. Years of Mexican Music for Wind Quintet by Quinteto Latino Carlos Chávez's Soli No. 2 is recorded by Southwest Chamber Music on Volume II of the complete recording of his chamber music that was released in Hurtado's music, written since those recordings were made, makes this an important disc for lovers of contemporary Latin 5/5(1).
Quintessence: The Wind Quintet Informant, No. 41 The Soni Ventorum Wind Quintet was one of those pioneering wind quintets of the s that paved the way for the explosion of ensembles in the s and beyond.
which includes the superb Soli No. 2 by Carlos Chavez. Tico-Tico no fubá (for Woodwind Quintet) "Tico-Tico no fubá”, or "Tico-Tico no farelo" as it was originally named, is choro by Zequinha de Abreu arranged here for Woodwind Quintet by Kenneth Abeling. This is a more advanced arrangement of a very lively, festive and “catchy” tune and makes a great Latin American concert piece or encore.
Wind Quintet No. 1 () Budapest: Editio Musica Budapest, Boosey & Hawkes, distributor. 4 movements. Arthur Cohn in “The Literature of Chamber Music” asserts that this was the first woodwind quintet written by a Hungarian composer, saying the music has “a light nationalistic tone ” Wind Quintet No.
2 (Serenade) ().