Fanfare Saltarello

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General Info

Year: 2021
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Unknown
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


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Program Notes

Fanfare Saltarello (2021) is taken from a fourteenth-century Italian saltarello and celebrates the esteemed double reed faculty at the University of North Texas: Kathleen Reynolds, James Ryon, Jung Choi and Darrel Hale.

- Program Note from University of North Texas Wind Symphony concert program, 23 September 2021

The "saltarello "is a musical dance originally from Italy. The first mention of it is in Add MS 29987, a late-fourteenth- or early fifteenth-century manuscript of Tuscan origin, now in the British Library. It was usually played in a fast triple meter and is named for its peculiar leaping step, after the Italian verb saltare (to jump). The saltarello enjoyed great popularity in the courts of medieval Europe.

- Program Note adapted from Wikipedia


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  • University of North Texas (Denton) Wind Ensemble (Daniel Cook, conductor) - 7 October 2021
  • University of North Texas (Denton) Wind Symphony (Eugene Miglaro Corporon, conductor) - 23 September 2021 *Premiere Performance*

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