In , he obtained the Grand Prix de Rome in music composition. Eleven other works were born during this period : Sonatas, for various instruments and often piano. Except for a Concertino, for trumpet, trombone, string orchestra, piano and percussion, the orchestral works are based on a text, such as La grande peur - musical illustration of a radio fable, or on a visual image such as Rubens Descent from the Cross. These works were Radio commissions.
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Having won prizes in Piano, chamber music, harmony, composition, analysis and aesthetics in music whilst studying at Paris Conservatoire, it is not surprising that the composer's Sonatine for Trombone and Piano is full of musically appealing features. Elements include exquisite use of ornamentation, exploiting Trombone technique to its full potential, and clever uses of shared melody between the Trombone and Piano.
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Casterede, Jacques Sonatine
Thesis M. Bibliography: l. The composition discussed in this thesis may be considered in sonata form, with the first movement approximating the sonata-allegro form, the second movement combining characteristics of both the binary and tertiary form, and the third movement suggesting sonata-allegro or third rondo form. The harmony consists of tertian, quintal, and added-note chords, with a high degree of dissonance. Melodic repetition, inversion, diminution, and augmentation are present, as well as imitation.
I mvt. II mvt. The bracketed numbers tell you the precise instrumentation of the ensemble. The first number stands for Flute , the second for Oboe , the third for Clarinet , the fourth for Bassoon , and the fifth separated from the woodwinds by a dash is for Horn. Sometimes there are instruments in the ensemble other than those shown above. Whenever this occurs, we will separate the first four digits with commas for clarity.
Jacques Castérède: Sonatine: Trombone