Jacques Ibert – Composer – Concertino Da Camera for Alto Saxophone and Chamber Orchestra () – Music Sales Classical. Jacques Ibert. Concertino da camera, for alto saxophone & 11 instruments. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements ↓; Appears On ↓. Sheet Music – £ – Jacques Ibert’s Concertino da Camera, for Alto Saxophone and Saxophone Ensemble. Edition for Saxophone and Piano reduction.
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The soloist quickly bursts in with a percolating tune that eventually makes way for a second subject that croons in the saxophone’s high register. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
The concertino’s only cadenza arrives near the end, a free riff on tiny fragments of the movement’s main, sewing-machine theme; soloist and ensemble offer a bright restatement of this main theme in full, scampering to an upbeat conclusion.
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Eventually the woodwinds provide their own paraphrase of the theme, followed by a string statement. Still, this is not crossover music, but a classical piece inspired by a few specific pop trends of the day.
This article needs additional citations for verification. Concertinos Compositions for chamber orchestra Saxophone concertos Compositions by Jacques Ibert compositions Concerto stubs. The History of the Saxophone in Words and Music. The concerto is distinctive for its large range requiring the use of saxophone altissimo.
The work is in three movements; the first, Allegro con motois lively and technically challenging and the concedtino, Larghetto begins with a hauntingly lyrical passage. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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Ibert, Jacques – Concertino Da Camera – MCMXXXV (Alto Saxophone/11 Instruments)
Divertiment; Concertino da Camera; Francis Poulenc: His saxophone concertino not only appropriates jazz’s most characteristic instrument, but employs plenty of syncopation and, in the slow section, some bluesy material.
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