A two-parts work for tuba and piano, in the style of the «French School of Flute»
Estimate during: ca. 8 minutes.
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Work commissioned by the talented Venezuelan tuba player Daniel Sánchez, scheduled to be released on October 31, 2018 in the United States, as a partial requirement for obtaining his Artis Diplom in Lynn University, Boca Raton, Fl. The work, composed between August 26 and September 3, 2018 is inspired by the model of short musical pieces (between 8 and 10 minutes) very popular during the period known as «French School of the Flute» (given that the composer is flutist). This work consists of two contrasting movements. Rêverie is characterized by being slow and expressive in its character.
The Tarantella, the second of the two movements that make up the work, is a musical genre originally from southern Italy, with a 6/8 measurement, and indicated Vivo Assai. This movement was written in rondo form.
The work presents a great technical challenge for both performers, exploiting to the maximum the potentialities of this chamber ensemble combination.