Brass Segments op. 7 (1993)
Brass Segments (Six Copper Engravings) op. 7 (1993)
- for brass quintet
A special tone can be heard from the piece which was typical in Hungary at the end of the twentieth century in regard to brass quintet. The composition is owing to a friendship between the composer and the excellent tuba player Gábor Adamik who was the leader of the Academia Brass Quintet. The Brass Segments was the first piece of the composer which was recorded in a radio studio. During the recording the composer had to conduct in the last movement but the composition was presented several times at a concert without a conductor too. The piece was written during the last study year of the composer at the Liszt Ferenc Academy. The first performance was at the Mini Festival in 1994.
Duration: 10 minutes
Publisher: Hangvarázs Bt. - No. 7 (firstname.lastname@example.org)