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Solti Árpád: Sonatina

for four timpani

playing score

Setting: Timpani
Series: EMB Contemporary Music
Period: Contemporary Music
Language: Hungarian, English
Duration: 7'
Length: 12 pages
Published: March 2018
Item number: 15085
ISMN: 9790080150856
Árpád Solti (born 1986) studied with Zoltán Jeney and Gyula Fekete at the Budapest Academy of Music, where he also studied piano and percussion. He has pursued advanced studies in Bruxelles and Gothenburg. His works - which range from solo pieces through chamber music and the award-winning orchestral composition Aktok [Nudes], which was premiered in 2011 at the New Hungarian Musical Forum's composers' competition - have been programmed featuring prominent Hungarian performers as well as the conductors Chelsea Tipton and Michael Francis and the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra.

Solti composed the Sonatina between 2006 and 2008. The piece has since been added to the compulsory curriculum for percussion students at the Budapest Academy of Music. These pieces for four timpani show classical forms blended with the energetic musical language characteristic of Árpád Solti. The first, Rondino movement demands highly precise pedal work. It is followed by a meditative Intermezzo requiring discipline and depth on the part of the performer. The final Toccata presents percussionists with an excellent opportunity to let their technical skills shine brightly.

Contents

1.
Rondino
2.
Intermezzo
3.
Toccata