Sonata for Trumpet and Piano was premiere at the NASM convention by J. Frank Elsass, a colleague of Kennan’s from the University of Texas. : Sonata for Trumpet and Piano: Edition, Part(s) ( ): Kent Kennan: Books. Kent Wheeler Kennan was an American composer, author, educator, and professor. Giuseppe Galante – Kent Kennan: Sonata for Trumpet and Piano: I. With.
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The transition into the cods is mostly based on the transition theme from earlier in the movement Dearden Kennan meant sonnata the trumpet and the piano to be fairly equal in this piece, so trumpet players need to be aware of this and play accordingly McNamara This is followed by a restatement of the main theme in a new key and at a slow tempo, making it lyrical at first, then transitioned to the original tempo and style Dearden Notify me of new comments via email.
All of theme motives and variants of these motives are repeated throughout the course of this movement Dearden Movement III — Sknata Fast, with Energy Some analyze this movement as being in sonata form, while others analyze it as being in rondo form Dearden Kennan composed his last major work sonaata at the age of 43 and largely abandoned composition, writing only occasional small pieces and devoting himself to teaching and educational writing.
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Some analyze this movement as being in sonata form, while others analyze it as being in rondo form Dearden He learned to play the organ and the piano and received degrees in composition and music theory from the University of Michigan and the Eastman Hrumpet of Music. You are commenting using your Facebook account. The last time that the first theme returns, it is in an inverted form and played in the piano while the trumpet is playing something totally different Dearden His Sonata for Trumpet and Piano is part of the standard repertoire for many collegiate trumpet studios.
His Night Soliloquy was written in and is set kenman solo flute, piano and strings. Then a short transition leads into a restatement of the third theme, but this time the soprano line of the chorale is played by the trumpet and the bottom three voices are not being played Dearden His compositions include works for orchestrachamber ensemble and solo instrument as well as songs and choral music.
He also uses some displaced accents to make it sound as though it is in a different meter than the one in which it is written Dearden Email required Address never made public.
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kenan Most of it is an exact restatement of the exposition, but transposed up a half step Dearden Movement II — Rather Slowly and with Freedom The second movement begins with a piano introduction that is made up of a G that kennaan to three octaves Dearden Measures three and four introduce the fanfare motive of the main theme, first with the interval of a perfect fourth, then a perfect fifth Dearden The American Trumpet Sonata in the s: You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Even though the melody sounds like D minor, there is no F of any kind to confirm whether it is major or minor.
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Frumpet first statement begins in minor, goes through Phrygian, and ends in major Dearden Works Cited Dearden, Jennifer Lorien In the coda, the trumpet is playing with a keennan mute and playing G, the dominant of C, until the last measure, when kenban line finally resolves to the tonic Dearden The first movements are both in Sonata-Allego form, the second movements are in Three Part Song form, and the third movements are in Rondo form, causing them to both have the same overall structure as well McNamara His books Counterpoint and The Technique of Orchestration have been widely used as classroom texts.
University of North Texas, The secondary theme is lyrical, with no fanfares, and in minor Dearden You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. The piece ends with a trumpet fanfare in E-flat Dearden