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Xylophonia - click for larger image
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Title Xylophonia
Category Concert/wind/brass band
Subcategory Solo for percussion, drums, vibraphone, xylophone
Instrumentation Ha (concert/wind band); Xyl (xylophone)
Instrumentation/info Solo f. Xyl
Format DirStm (Condensed Score and parts)
Publisher's article no. KL 1523
Year of publication 1993
Price 79.00 EUR (incl. 10 % Austrian VAT)
Composer Hausl, Johann
Opus no. Op.147
Difficulty level 3
Duration 5:50
Sample score Sample score click here
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Programme notes: additional text

A modern solo piece that is interesting for soloist and orchestra. Again and again there are some original motifs and interjections for individual registers of the orchestra. It begins rapidly so that the soloist can show all his bravura right at the beginning. Rhythmically distinctive sound figures of the orchestra enrich the musical events. After a short, memorable, quiet middle section, the dynamic continues. In a cadenza, the soloist can once again present his "quick-wittedness", and then say goodbye with a brilliant finale.
The wind orchestra does not have a purely accompanying function, so that a good intermediate band is required to master the rhythmic subtleties in particular.Despite its modern character, this solo piece can certainly be used (in some cases) as an effective number in a beer tent, but belongs above all to a concert, where it is sure to go down well with the audience. The soloist must have special skills, but can demonstrate them in the solo part.

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