Strauss - Wiener Philharmoniker Fanfare - Brass Ensemble
Wiener Philharmoniker Fanfare by Richard Strauss (1864-1949) - Arranged for Brass Ensemble by Lars M.B. Olsen.
The Fanfare für die Wiener Philharmoniker was written in 1924 for the organization's first benefit ball, which raised money for the musician's pension fund. Held on March 4 of that year, the ball took place during the holiday called Fasching in German-speaking countries and known as Carnival or Mardi Gras in other countries. The piece was played while honored guests, such as the Matron of the Ball, arrived at the event. The work has been played every year since at the Philharmonic's annual balls.
Arendition of this work played by Brass Ensemble Aachen:
Lars M.B. Olsen has arranged this piece for a more common used ensemble size in these days - 6 Trumpets, 2 French Horns, 3 Trombones, 1 Baritone Bb, Two Tubas, Timpani and Cymbals - and the result is as good as the original - very good job done.
This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :
- Score (30 pages)
- 6 Trumpet parts in Bb
- 2 French Horn parts
- 3 Trombone parts in bass clef
- Baritone treble clef part in Bb
- 2 Tuba parts in bass clef
- Timpani part
- Cymbal part