Oskar Böhme’s Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra, the only known full-length trumpet concerto from the Romantic period of music currently in the repertoire. Böhme, Oskar. Trumpet Concerto in F minor. op. for trumpet and piano. Territory. This work is available from Boosey & Hawkes for the world. For Sale. Böhme, Oskar. Trumpet Concerto in E minor. op. Duration: 14′. Scoring. timp-strings. Abbreviations (PDF). Territory. This work is available.
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Böhme – Trumpet Concerto 1st mvt sheet music for Trumpet –
Thread Tools Show Printable Version. The piece is Oskar Bohme’s Trumpet Concerto in F minor- in my opinion a wonderful piece of “stolen” music for euphonium.
The outer movements present technical and musical challenges whereas the second movement is a beautiful moment of touching concreto. I opted to not play transitional material from the second to third movement in reference to Timofei Dokshizer’s recording and transcribed Armando Ghitalla’s cadenza. I highly recommend this piece to anyone who would like to work on music from the romantic period!
Wow, that was great Jonah! You played with great intonation, technique and phrasing It looks like you’re playing on a Yamaha custom?
Böhme – Trumpet Concerto 1st mvt sheet music for Trumpet
If so, great horn. I noticed some alternate fingerings which really work well for you for 6th partial Eb and 4th valve for maybe 6th partial ‘F’. The high ‘C’ concert in the cadenza trumpett dead on played open. Everything was played with real confidence.
Very worthwhile listening to. I listened to this, then to your rendition of September Song by Sparke, which I found on YouTube, which was excellent.
John Morgan The U. I boyme the horn bling, too! I’m glad you chose the Bohme concerto. Euphonium players get stuck in ruts sometimes and this is a nice little change.
Trumpet Concerto in E minor
Thank you all for the comments! I am very appreciative of my euphonium professor at the time, Dr. Martin Cochran for introducing me to the piece.
There was an equal amount to work on from a musical standpoint as there was technique! I certainly learned a lot through the study of this piece.
Join Date Mar Posts gohme Just printed it out and started working on it thanks to your post! I like it quite a bit already. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. All times are GMT The time now is Copyright – David Werden all rights reserved.