• Sorensen - Nocturne for Trombone and Organ

Sorensen - Nocturne for Trombone and Organ

Composer: Sorensen

Arranger: Johansen

$17.50 USD



The Nocturne for Trombone and Organ by Alfred Hildebrandt Sørensen was most likely written while he studied violin and composition at the Copenhagen Conservatory of Music from 1903-1905. It was dedicated to trombonist Anton Hansen, who performed it for the first time at the Tivoli Concert Hall on August 8th, 1918, and then at the King's Garden at the Copenhagen Municipality's Free Concerts, undoubtedly in arrangements for symphony orchestra and wind band respectively.

This very expressive work, beautifully edited by Niels-Ole Bo Johansen is suitable for intermediate performers as it is all in bass clef and of modest technique and range.

The material is from Anton Hansen's sheet music collection in the Royal Library in Copenhagen.

The work has been beautifully recorded by Mr. Johansen and organist Ulrik Spang-Hanssen (sample below on YouTube) as part of "The Danish Trombone Heritage", a 2-CD album of over twenty original works from the early 20th Century composed by Danish composers for Professor Hansen.

Cherry Classics with Mr. Johansen will be publishing all of these works.

Free PDF Sample

YouTube performance by Niels-Ole Bo Johansen, trombonist and Ulrik Spang-Hanssen, organist

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