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Kocsár Miklós: Trio

for two trumpets and trombone

score and parts

Setting: Brass Trio
Genre: Contemporary Hungarian Works
Length: 28 pages
Format: A/4
Weight: 103 g
Published: 1966
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 4435
ISMN: 9790080044353
This trio follows the classical form: the first movement is a sonata, the second is in ternary form while the third movement is a rondo. The musical texture is polyphonic at a high level of chamber music playing. All three instruments play equal parts both technically and musically. In the first movement the fanfare-like main theme corresponds to the characteristics of the instrument, after which there follows a smooth subsidiary theme. In the recapitulation the melody of the trombone is imitated by the trumpet. The second movement is a lyrical cantilena of broken melody while the third one forms a virtuoso rondo, full of drive. Moderately difficult.