Comeback discoveries

Discussion in 'Orchestra / Solo / Chamber Music' started by laurie, Mar 12, 2005.

  1. laurie

    laurie Pianissimo User

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    Giday
    One of the great pleasures of being a comeback player is discovering music previously unknown to me. Yesterday I bought a CD of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra with the Araturian concerto on it. I had seen mention of this piece but never heard it. After ringing a couple of suppliers to get a copy of the print music I drew a blank. I only want to buy a copy of the trumpet part so I can have a go at it at home. Does anyone on your side of the pond sell the trumpet part for this work?
    Cheers
    Laurie
    Australia
     
  2. Tootsall

    Tootsall Fortissimo User

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    Yee HAW!
    Don't know specifically about that one but I believe there are a couple of "collections of trumpet exerpts" available. Perhaps one of you guys specialising in classical can provide advice?
     
  3. adohanian

    adohanian Pianissimo User

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    Do you mean the Arutunian concerto? If you do it's published by International Music Co. If not then try some music suppliers websites, like robert king or portland sheet music. I bet one of them could ship internationally. Good luck.

    adam
     
  4. HoosierDaddy

    HoosierDaddy Pianissimo User

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    Hey Mr Comeback
    that is a great CD of Geoffry Payne you bought. The previous post is correct check the spelling.
    HD
     
  5. laurie

    laurie Pianissimo User

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    Thanks fellas
    I will try Robert King and Portland music.
    Laurie
     

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