Acknowledgement
Sound samples are used by the permission of Hungaroton Records, BMCBBCC and the composers.
Copyright information

Please note that it is illegal to photocopy copyright protected music without the permission of the copyright holder.

To photocopy is to deprive the composer/author of his rightful income for his intellectual property.

Need help?

If you can't find what you're looking for, please contact our sales team

Phone: +36 1 2361-104

Email: info­@­emb.hu

Welcome!

We think you are from United States. If not, please select your country.
The country setting is indispensable for showing you valid prices and shipping costs.
Thank you!
 
If you can't close this box, you probably don't have "cookies" enabled in your browser.
Follow these instructions to enable "cookies" in your browser.
Scoring Abbreviations
Price: $175.00 (Excl. VAT)
Online availability: In stock
Store availability: Available to order

Dubrovay László: Spring Symphony

score and parts

Setting: Concert Band
Instrumentation: picc, 2 fl1, 2 fl2, ob1, ob2, cor i, fg1, fg2, cl Eb, 2 cl1 Bb, 2 cl2 Bb, 2 cl3 Bb, cl b Bb, sax a1 Eb, sax a2 Eb, sax t Bb, sax bar Eb - cor1, cor2, cor3, cor4, tr1 C/Bb, tr2 C/Bb, tr3 C/Bb, tr4 C/Bb, trb1, trb2, trb3, trb4, flic1 Bb, flic2 Bb, euf, tb1, tb2 - cb - timp, 4 perc (claves, tamb mil, 5 t bl, 5 bongos, 5 tomt, gr c, trgl, ptto sosp, ptti, tamt, camp, glsp, vibr), cel
Series: EMB Concert Band Series
Genre: Band Music
Grade: 6
Duration: 23:00
Length: 656 pages
Published: April 2010
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14686SET
Other reference: 14686
ISMN: 9790080305072
Symphony no. 6 dates from the spring of 2009. It is dedicated to the conductor Károly Neumayer and his orchestra, the Pécs Railway Workers' Concert Wind Ensemble. About the work, the composer writes: 'This three-movement composition follows the classical traditions, but the first movement further develops the Scriabin-type sonata form, combining two fast movements. In contrast to the lyricism of the second movement a subterranean, negative force also makes its presence felt but in a dramatic conflict is overcome by the massive, inspired communal singing of the lyrical material, which becomes chorale-like as it emanates from the modal scales. The third movement is a cheerful, dance-like scherzo, with comical, humorous sound-effects”'

Contents

1.
Movement I.
2.
Movement II.
3.
Movement III.