Brass Instruments

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F. E. Olds - History
... Conn and learned the brass instrument making business ... with trombone design, he was repairing band instruments full time by 1910 ... Shortly after World War II ended and brass instrument manufacturing restrictions were lifted, Chicago Musical Instruments purchased F.E ...
1959 In Music - Classical Music
... for piano Jean Barraqué – … au-delà du hasard, for soprano, SA choir, 20 instruments in 4 groups including piano and clarinet soloists Leslie Bassett – Duets, for 2 cellos For City, Nation, World. 5, for 5 instruments String Quartet No. 1, for 16 instruments Ideogrammi No ...
Louis Andriessen - Works
... choruses (4 voices each), orchestra (11 winds, 7 brass, 2 guitars, 11 keyboards, 10 strings), live electronics De negen symfonieën van Beethoven (1970) for ice. 1981) (texts by Mikhail Bakunin, Arthur Arnould) for 2 high baritones, orchestra (12 brass, 2 harps, cimbalom, 2 pianos, 2 percussion, minimum 10 strings, bass guitar) Music for the ... tenor, 2 female speakers, 8 amplified mixed voices, amplified orchestra (15 winds, 13 brass, harp, 2 electric guitars, 2 pianos, off-stage upright ...
Carl Nielsen - Life - Early Years
... He also learned how to play brass instruments, which led to a job as a bugler and alto trombonist in the 16th Battalion at nearby Odense that opened up around the time ... it can be deduced that he wrote some trios and quartets for brass instruments, and that he had difficulty in coming to terms with the fact that brass ...

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