Colors for Trombone is a concerto for solo trombone and concert band. It was made in 1998 by Belgian composer Bert Appermont in Ravels. 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 score is also written for solo trombone and brass band, fanfare band, and piano. This piece is widely considered as a virtuous piece of trombone literature and is frequently performed. A performance of the composition usually lasts around 15 minutes.

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  • Colors for Trombone is a concerto for solo trombone and concert band. It was made in 1998 by Belgian composer Bert Appermont in Ravels. 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: 1. * Yellow - inspiring and stimulating, (also: wisdom and light) 2. * Red - dynamic, passionate developing into dramatic, furious and fighting (also: courage and will-power) 3. * Blue - melancholic, dreamy and introvert (also: truth and peace) 4. * Green - hopeful and full of expectation (also: balanced power and harmony) The score is also written for solo trombone and brass band, fanfare band, and piano. This piece is widely considered as a virtuous piece of trombone literature and is frequently performed. A performance of the composition usually lasts around 15 minutes. (en)
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  • Colors for Trombone is a concerto for solo trombone and concert band. It was made in 1998 by Belgian composer Bert Appermont in Ravels. 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 score is also written for solo trombone and brass band, fanfare band, and piano. This piece is widely considered as a virtuous piece of trombone literature and is frequently performed. A performance of the composition usually lasts around 15 minutes. (en)
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  • Colors for Trombone (en)
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