Giuseppe Verdi (18131901)

Verdi's Grand March

From Aida

para: Trompeta, piano

Partitura

Nº de artículo771375
Autor/CompositorGiuseppe Verdi
Idiomainglés
Editorial/fabricanteSantorella Publications
N.º del fabricanteSANTS 184
ISBN9781585602841
5,95 €
Plazo de envío: 2–3 días laborables (Alemania )
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Descripción

Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) after being rejected by the Milan Conservatory for “ Privo di talento musicale” or “Lacking in musical talent”, went on to become one of the greatest operatic composers in history.

There were many others that dedicated themselves to opera, but Giuseppe Verdi and Richard Wagner (1813-1883), “the Italian and the German”, truly stood alone. Verdi wrote some thirty operas, but his fourth, “Aida” written in 1871 is that which most historians and operatic enthusiasts would consider his greatest accomplishment. Verdi’s “Grand March” from Aida is the most magnificent example of a maestoso theme sounded with majestic grandeur.

This classic wedding processionalis second only to Wagner’s Bridal Chorus, but yet preferred by those who want to make a “Grandstand” entrance. This Santorella Publication arranged for Trumpet & Piano by Jonathon Robbins is not only an important ceremonial theme, but one with significant historic value.