Ton van Grevenbroek
Ton van Grevenbroek (b. 1959, Rotterdam, The Netherlands) is a Dutch composer, arranger, conductor and cornetist.
Ton van Grevenbroek studied the trumpet at the Royal Concervatory of The Hague with John Taber and Peter Masseurs. At the Conservatory of Rotterdam he studied conducting with Arie van Beek and Jaap Koops. He was a member of the Royal Military Orchestra in The Hague as a cornet player, and later he was a trumpet player at Fanfare Orchestra Royal Army Bereden Wapens in Vught. At the moment he is, amongst others, active as conductor of various wind and brass orchestras.
Ton van Grevenbroek wrote music for various professional orchestras. His arrangements are variegated: he made some wonderful arrangements of the music of Alan Parsons for wind and rock band, arranged the music of John Williams, James Horner and Elton John, but he is also in demand for his instrumentations of great orchestral works from composers like Richard Wagner, Ottorino Respighi and Anton Bruckner.
Works for Winds
- Adagio (as arranger) (1939/2012)
- Apothéose (as arranger) (1840/2009)
- Ciaconna Gotica (as arranger) (2016)
- ET (as arranger)
- Funeral March of a Marionette (as arranger) (1872/1879/2016)
- Gladiator (as arranger) (2000/2012/2013)
- How to Train Your Dragon (as arranger) (2010/2017)
- La Leyenda del Beso (as arranger)
- Marche Hongroise (as arranger) (1845-46/2012)
- Pini di Roma (as transcriber) (1924/2009)
- Sarabande (as arranger) (1733/2012)
- Scarborough Fair (as arranger) (2015)
- Time to Say Goodbye (as arranger) (1995/?)
- The Village on River Mark (2019)
- "Ton van Grevenbroek" HeBu. Web. Accessed 24 October 2020