Symphony No. 8 - Adagio - by Anton Bruckner, arranged for 8 part Trombone Ensemble by Randall Malmstrom.
From The Guardian:
"The opening of the finale is inspired by the Cossacks, as the Russians had recently visited the Austrian Emperor, to whom the Eighth is dedicated; this movement also features 'the death march and then (brass) transfiguration. Bruckner doesn't talk about the slow movement, but the adagio, the third movement, is the huge, generous heart of the symphony; a consoling, palpitating dream in D flat major whose opening is the closest Bruckner ever came to an evocation of the erotic; yet that bodily experience is transfigured into a blindingly radiant climax that seems to speak for the universe rather than mere individual figures."
This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :
- Score (23 pages)
- 1. Trombone part in tenor clef
- 2. Trombone part in tenor clef
- 3. Trombone part in bass and tenor clef
- 4. Trombone part in bass and tenor clef
- 5. Trombone part in bass and tenor clef
- 6. Trombone part in bass and tenor clef
- 1. Bass Trombone part in bass clef
- 2. Trombone part in bass clef