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Bert Appermont: ‘Colors’ for Trombone

On the one hand I wanted to create a solo piece based upon the colors yellow, blue, red and green. I wanted to express the characteristics, associations and emotions related to these colors in a subtle manner. This way, every movement was named after a color:. A second important source of inspiration was the death of an uncle who was a trombone player in his free time. The heavy struggle that this man went through at the end of his life might be symbolized in the second movement of the concerto, which sounds like a battle at the end of this movement.


Colors for Trombone

Colors for Trombone is a concerto for solo trombone and concert band. It was written for Belgian trombonist Ben Haemhouts. The piece is in four movements, each based on a color, and characterizes a typical musical quality:. The work exists in versions for solo trombone and brass band , [2] fanfare band , [3] and piano. This piece is widely considered a virtuoso piece of trombone literature and is frequently performed.

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