Wanhal - Concerto for Tuba and Wind EnsembleCherry Classics
Wanhal, Johann Baptist – Concerto for Tuba and Wind Ensemble.
Johann Wanhal (Vanhal) was an important classical composer from Bohemian/Czech heritage (1739-1813). His main living was as an organist and choirmaster, however Wanhal's musical output as a composer includes over a dozen concerti, many symphonies, chamber music, operas and much sacred music including 58 masses.Wanhal is rumored to have played chamber music with Mozart, Haydn and Dittersdorf, with Wanhal on the cello.
In the 1770's Wanhal met the contrabassist Johannes Matthias Sperger and wrote a double bass concerto for him. The Concerto is in the key of E-Flat (original key of D for the double bass) in three movements and has been expertly arranged for Tuba and classical wind ensemble by Ms. Janet Yarbrough of Duke University.
This work is also available with a piano reduction.
This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :
- Solo Tuba part in bass clef
- 1. Flute part
- 2. Flute part
- 1. Oboe part
- 2. Oboe part
- 1. Clarinet part in Bb
- 2. Clarinet part in Bb
- 3. Clarinet part in Bb
- 1. Horn part in F
- 2. Horn part
- Bass Clarinet part
- 1. Bassoon part
- 2. Bassoon part
- Contra Alto Clarinet part in Eb/Contra Bassoon part included
- Double bass part