Utah Symphony: Trombone — Associate Principal/2nd Trombone (Feb 2013)

Utah Symphony Repertoire List
Associate Principal/2nd Trombone
February 17 & 18, 2013
SOLO REPERTOIRE (Piano accompaniment will be provided):
Bourgeois, Concerto, Op. 114, 1st movement: beginning through #11
Bach, Cello Suite #5, Sarabande (first repeat only)
ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE (2nd Trombone unless otherwise noted):
Bartok, Miraculous Mandarin, 6 bars after #59 through 4 bars before #62
#71 through downbeat of #74

Berlioz, Hungarian March, 6 bars before #4 to the end
Romeo and Juliet (Recitative), 14 bars before #4 to 7 bars before #6

Brahms, Symphony No. 4, 4th movement: Chorale to 8 bars before letter F

Bruckner, Symphony No. 8, 4th movement: Beginning through bar #39

Hindemith, Symphonic Metamorphosis, 4th movement: Letter G to the end

Mahler, Symphony No. 3 (1st Trombone), 1st movement: 3 bars after #13 to downbeat of #17, pick up to #33 through 2 bars after #34

Symphony No. 5, 2nd movement: 9 bars before #25 to #25

Mozart, Requiem, K 626, “Tuba mirum” solo

Prokofiev, Romeo and Juliet, Juliet’s Funeral: 1 bar before #60 to #61
Montagues & Capulets: #5 to 4 bars before #6

Ravel, Bolero, 1st Trombone solo

Respighi, Fountains of Rome, 4 bars before #11 through #16

Rimsky-Korsakov, Russian Easter Overture

Rossini, La Gazza Ladra, #3 to downbeat of #4; #7 to #8; #9 to the end

Saint-Saens, Symphony No. 3, Adagio: 1st Trombone solo

Strauss, Also Sprach Zarathustra, 8 bars after #5 through 2 bars after #6

Ein Heldenleben, 2 bars before #61 to downbeat of #74

Wagner, Tannhauser Overture, 1 bar before letter M to the end

Die Walkure: Ride of the Valkyries (Opera part)


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