Event Title

Analysis of Leopold Mozart’s Trombone Concerto

Poster Number

26

Presenter Information

Kathryn BernardFollow

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Ian Pearson

College

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Department

Music Theatre & Dance

Location

Richardson Ballroom

Start Date

22-4-2016 2:15 PM

End Date

22-4-2016 4:15 PM

Description

Leopold Mozart's Trombone Concerto, drawn from his Serenade in D Major, is one of the earliest pieces of trombone literature still performed today. This study examines the origin of the concerto and how it is typically performed. It presents the historical background of the composer and the concerto while, at the same time, weighing its historical significance, especially with regard to modern day trombone literature.

Course Assignment

Classic Music History. MUST 563, Ian Pearson

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Apr 22nd, 2:15 PM Apr 22nd, 4:15 PM

Analysis of Leopold Mozart’s Trombone Concerto

Richardson Ballroom

Leopold Mozart's Trombone Concerto, drawn from his Serenade in D Major, is one of the earliest pieces of trombone literature still performed today. This study examines the origin of the concerto and how it is typically performed. It presents the historical background of the composer and the concerto while, at the same time, weighing its historical significance, especially with regard to modern day trombone literature.