Warnecke - Concert Piece, Opus 28 for Trombone and Piano
Max Warnecke’s Concert Piece, Opus 28 or Konzertstück is characteristic of the nineteenth-century Solo Trombone tradition. At six minutes in duration, it is considerably shorter than contemporary solos of the time such as the Gräfe Concerto. Like the David Concertino, it uses similar martial-style opening and closing themes with a lyrical middle section. The Solo and Piano accompaniment are of medium difficulty and appropriate for school recitals or professional performances.