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André Waignein

André Waignein


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General Info

Year: 1992
Duration: c. 9:15
Difficulty: V (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: De Haske
Cost: Score and Parts - €155.00   |   Score Only - €21.00


Movements

1. Elegy - 6:00
2. Capriccio - 4:02


Instrumentation

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Errata

None discovered thus far.


Program Notes

Early in 1989 Jean Baily, director of the Royal Conservatoire in Bruxelles, asked his very close friend André Waignein to compose a piece which could be performed by the conservatoire's saxophone class. André Waignein was readily agreeable. Not only was his father a saxophone player, but himself felt strongly attracted to the instrument and he was further encouraged into accepting the commission by his friend Alain Crepin, saxophone teacher at the Bruxelles Conservatoire.

The piece he composed consists of two movements, hence the title. An elegy is expressed by means of a melody which is full with pronounced magnanimity, full of spectacular musical freedom enabling the soloist to express himself to the full. In this movement the melodic element is of the utmost importance.

The capriccio, the second movement, is musically disconcerting. The band's accompaniment is particularly important. Due to the high notes, the soloist brings this capriccio to a close with enthusiastic virtuosity.

-Program Note from publisher


Commercial Discography


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State Ratings

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Performances

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Works for Winds by This Composer

Adaptable Music

  • Junior Rock (Flex instrumentation) (as Roland Kernen) (2000)


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