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Concertino For Trombone
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Concertino for Trombone was composed in honor of the 20-year anniversary of the Gmunden region orchestra (in the province of Oberösterreich) for trombonist Raphael Trautwein. A concertino is a musical term, originating from Italian, meaning a composition for a soloist (or group of soloists) accompanied by an orchestra (tutti or tutto). In this composition by Thomas Asanger the technical aspect of the trombone is not emphasized, though the use of the trombone’s characteristic sounds combined with the spectacular accompaniment makes this piece truly worthwhile.