Concerto for Horn: Horn Part with Orchestra Reduction for Piano

Concerto for Horn: Horn Part with Orchestra Reduction for Piano

by James Nathaniel Holland


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21st century, American composer James Nathaniel Holland brings you a mystical concerto led by one of the orchestra's most beautiful instrument, the French Horn. This three movement concerto begins with the first movement, "Return to Vahalla" echoing the great composers Richard Strauss and Wagner.Then continues with an emotional second movement, Vissi D'arte (or 'All for Art').The third movement is a fun scherzo and march which satirises the sometimes passive aggression and self importance of the Bureaucrat, coming to an energetic finale that is typical of Holland's music.This arrangement includes the instrument part and orchestra reduction for the piano with the part written above in concert pitch for easier rehearsal. Orchestral full score with individual parts (including solo French horn or solo trombone part sold separately.Video presentation: Duration: 20 minutes

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781540541604
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/20/2016
Pages: 62
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.13(d)

About the Author

James Nathaniel Holland is an American classical music composer of operas, symphonies, ballets, songs, and other musical concertworks that incorporate a unique, eclectic, blend of romantic, classical, world and jazz styles.

Born and raised in Indiana, he studied music at DePauw University, Vienna Austria, Interlochen National Music Camp and Indiana University (Bloomington, IN). At these schools many of his early pieces were premiered and performed, with one work being selected for main-stage production in the season.

Moving to Los Angeles and then settling in New York, he performed professionally sometimes as a singer, sometimes as a pianist, sometimes as choral conductor. He composed incidental music for the stage. In 2002 he founded a composers collective where they showcased their work. He was one of the first composers to participate in the American Music Center's initial on-line library. The New Jersey Concert Opera and the Gay Men's Chorus of New Jersey also featured his comic operas and art songs.

From 2005 he moved to Costa Rica where he organized concerts with visiting guest artists to present his chamber music to the public. Presently he lives in a castle in the central mountains of Costa Rica.
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