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Eccles - Sonata In G Minor Double Bass/Piano

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One of the standard works in the double bass repertoire for much of the 20th-century. Originally for violin, this new edition by Tony Osborne and David Heyes includes an accompaniment which is clear, fresh, concise and idiomatic. Full of energy and spirit, this glorious Baroque sonata, probably by Eccles and Valentini, has much to commend it to the professional and amateur bassist alike. Audience friendly and very accessible. The edition includes piano accompaniments for both solo and orchestral tunings. 2nd & 3rd mvts - Grade 8 Trinity-Guildhall / LCM complete sonata - ATCL Diploma / LRSM Diploma / ALCM in Performance 2nd & 4th mvts - Dip.LCM in Performance New editions for double bass and string quartet are in preparation. Contact publisher for more information. PerformanceLevel: 7;8. Tony Osborne is an important educationalist and prolific c omposer who has made a significant and unique contribution to the doublebass repertoire over the past 35 years. His solo music for young bassis ts is included by many international examination boards, and his many ensembles pieces are performed at workshops and concerts throughout the world. Tony Osborne notes the influences of Gershwin, Copland and Bernstein, alongside some of the Russian masters, on his music, which he combines with a jazzy, rhythmic and energetic style that has been popular with players and audiences worldwide. Born in 1947 into a musical family, Tony Osborne studied at the Royal Academy of Music (London) with John Walton (double bass) and Richard Stoker (composition), and divides a busy career between composing, teaching and performing. A very prolific composer and arranger, Tony's original compositions include works in almost every genre, notably Chaconne Syncopations and Wainwright's Ways for brass quintet, Celebration Fanfare for brass ensemble, the musical A Fine Timefor Wine, a beautiful and dramatic Requiem and many works for string or chestra. In 2001 Tony Osborne was elected an ARAM (Associate of the Royal Academy of Music) for his pioneering and important work for double bass, and has been a featured composer at Bass-Fest for the past decade. He was a very successful BIBF Composer-in-residence in 2002-3 and wrote anumber of impressive and innovative works for the project. He has been a judge for the British Composer Awards over the past few years and has been a judge for the BIBF Composition Competition since 1999. Recital Music is planning a major festival of Tony Osborne's music in 2012, to celebrate the composer's 65th birthday, and has formulated a 10-year project to publish all his works for double bass. www.tony-osborne.com
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SKU 930036107461
Manufacturer Recital Music
Last Updated 2020-08-14 07:30:38
Model Number RM090
Level/Grade Grade 7|Grade 8
Arranger Tony Osborne
Medium Softcover
Publisher Recital Music
Composer Henry Eccles
Accompaniment Piano
Instrument Double Bass
Composer/Series ECCLES
Production Status 2

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