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Do you like Ennio Morricone?



Don't know much about him (?)... Sorry
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Old 12-17-2005, 12:27 AM
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Yes I like Morricone, very much.
I'm not too older, I'm 35
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John Williams has also written a superb Tuba concerto, with a thrilling cadenza for flute and tuba. Good to listen to, and fun to play!
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John Williams has also written a superb Tuba concerto, with a thrilling cadenza for flute and tuba. Good to listen to, and fun to play!

Awesome! Sounds Fun!
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John Williams has also written a superb Tuba concerto, with a thrilling cadenza for flute and tuba.


I thought a cadenza was played by just the soloist with none of the orchestra?
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John Williams has also written a superb Tuba concerto, with a thrilling cadenza for flute and tuba. Good to listen to, and fun to play!


That sounds really really fun...where can I find some music or a recording of it? john Williams writes Concertos???? I've only ever heard the stuff he writes for Boston Pops...
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That sounds really really fun...where can I find some music or a recording of it? john Williams writes Concertos???? I've only ever heard the stuff he writes for Boston Pops...



I love the Boston Pops!
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I thought a cadenza was played by just the soloist with none of the orchestra?


a cadenza can be for anything the composer wants, but it does make a feature the soloist. A concerto written for me a few years ago had a cadenza for both the tuba soloist and the orchestral soloist. It was very frightening to play, as the soloist is at the front of the orchestra, and the orchestral tuba is in the regular position, way out the back. As the soloist I felt like I was playing a duet with someone in another room! Which is precisely how we had rehearsed it!

There are several concertos I 've played in where strings seem to do various accompaniments during cadenzas: held chords, punctuation-type stuff, etc. Couldn't name you any of them, though; probably half asleep as I wasn't involved.....
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That sounds really really fun...where can I find some music or a recording of it? john Williams writes Concertos???? I've only ever heard the stuff he writes for Boston Pops...


no idea on a recording, I don't have any commercially available ones, but I am sure there are several of the tuba concerto, it's very popular.
N.B. not to be confused with the R Vaughan Williams concerto..... similar name, radically different music. The RVW for bass tuba is sublime.
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no idea on a recording, I don't have any commercially available ones, but I am sure there are several of the tuba concerto, it's very popular.
N.B. not to be confused with the R Vaughan Williams concerto..... similar name, radically different music. The RVW for bass tuba is sublime.

Ah. I'll definately have to look into finding a recording of that.
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