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Pour cette rentrée, la Collection "Musiques à géométrie variable" proposée par Jérôme Naulais est à l'honneur !
25 pièces (actuellement) pour quintette à vents (5 voix) et percussions.

 

Le concept de cette collection est le suivant :
Chaque voix est proposée pour plusieurs instruments au choix (le conducteur est identique, toutes les parties séparées étant fournies)

Voix 1 : flûte/hautbois/clarinette/sax soprano/trompette
Voix 2 : clarinette/saxophone alto/trompette
Voix 3 : clarinette/saxophone alto/cor en fa
Voix 4 : clarinette basse/saxophone ténor/basson/trombone/euphonium/saxhorn baryton
Voix 5 : clarinette basse/saxophone baryton/basson/tuba/saxhorn basse

 

Le but est évidemment, en fonction des effectifs des instrumentistes en conservatoires et écoles de musique, de proposer des pièces ludiques et enrichissantes...Des arrangements de pièces du répertoire ou des pièces originales.

Une belle palette de styles...Pour le plaisir de tous !

 

Consultez les titres déjà disponibles ici !
(Achat sur le site [envoi postal ou téléchargement] ou chez votre revendeur)

 

Le compositeur du jour

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LONGY Georges

Georges Longy was born in Abbeville, France on August 29, 1868.[1] He trained at Paris Conservatoire with Georges Gillet, where by the age of 18 he was awarded the first prize for oboe. He spent the majority of his career with the BSO, and, after 27 years with them, Longy retired so that he could spend time on his farm in France.[2] In the last five years of Longy's life he no longer continued to play the oboe, but instead turned his attention to looking after his two hundred head of cattle and poultry. Longy died on his farm in 1930. Six months later the BSO honored Longy with a memorial concert on November 3, 1930.[1] Longy started his career as an oboist in Europe where he played with different orchestras such as the Orchestre Lamoureux and the Concerts Colonne.[3] In 1895 Longy tried to restore La Société de Musique de Chambre pour Instruments à Vent, an influential Parisian chamber group that had disbanded. It was then that in 1898 the Boston Symphony Orchestra called on Longy to fill the position of principal oboist for their orchestra. During his time in Boston, Longy quickly began to found different instrumental groups such as The New York Chamber Music Association in 1913, The Boston Orchestral Club in 1899 with his friend Elise Hall,[4] and The Georges Longy Club (1900-1917). From 1899 to 1911 he conducted The Boston Orchestral Club, The MacDowell Club Orchestra (1915 – 1925) and The Cecilia Society (1916).[2] The Société de Musique de Chambre pour Instruments à Vent ("Society of Chamber Music for Wind Instruments") was an important chamber group that was started in 1879 in France. It promoted and commissioned new music for wind instruments. When the group came to an end in 1895, Georges Longy tried to reestablish the group with clarinetist Prosper Mimart, but it only lasted for a short period of time. The reason that it probably came to an end was because Longy had moved to Boston to work with the BSO.[2] In 1900 Longy took his experience from the chamber group in France and applied it to found the Georges Longy Club. The Longy Club lasted for seventeen years, and allowed the Boston audiences to hear new French works as well as music composed particularly for wind instruments.[2] For this reason The Longy Club was incredibly influential to the Boston music scene. Georges Longy was gifted at the oboe and consistently praised by his peers for his talent. In 1915 during a performance with the BSO, Fritz Kreisler became "captivated by the perfection of Mr. Longy's great art...[and] became so absorbed that he missed his entrance."[3] Olin Downes, a music critic for The New York Times, said that "Longy probably influenced the musical life of Boston more than any other one man".[2] Longy used the many positions that he held in the groups that he worked with to premier new French music to the Boston public. He premiered composers such as Saint-Saëns, Debussy, Berlioz, Hahn and D'Indy in America and brought a new wave of French music to the United States.[5] In 1915 Longy created the Longy School of Music to bring the French style of teaching to the Boston community. Georges Longy left the Longy School in the hands of his daughter Renée Longy-Miquelle after he retired to France.[6] Longy championed chamber music, and his legacy is felt by the city of Boston to this day. Source : Wikipedia

La partition du jour

Ode à Pierrette (violoncelle et guitare)

Ode à Pierrette (violoncelle et guitare)

« Ode à Pierrette » de Bernadette Nicolas pour violoncelle et guitare

à partir de 6.60€

Nos pièces en concours / Our scores in competitions

Depuis la création des éditions Soldano, un grand nombre de pièces de notre catalogue a retenu l'attention de concours nationaux et internationaux... Preuve que la qualité d'écriture des compositeurs qui nous font confiance est au rendez-vous ! Jugez par vous-même...

Since the creation of the publishing Soldano, a large number of scores of our catalog held attention of national and international competitions... Proof that the quality of writing of the composers who trust us is there! Judge by yourself...

On parle de nous dans la presse / We speak about us in the Press

La presse spécialisée est un acteur important de la diffusion de notre catalogue et des travaux de nos compositeurs...Les critiques que vous pourrez lire sont constructives et intéressantes pour les instrumentistes comme pour les enseignants concernés...

The specialist publications are an important actor of the distribution (broadcasting) of our catalog and the works of our composers... The criticisms which you can read are constructive and interesting for the instrumentalists as for the concerned teachers...

Les concerts / Concerts

Dans cette rubrique, découvrez les concerts qui méritent une mention spéciale ! En effet, certains compositeurs sont aussi des interprètes, des musiciens de renoms, qui se produisent sur des scènes prestigieuses en métropole ou...Ailleurs ! Vous découvrirez également des dates de concerts concernant des artistes qui ont retenu notre attention...

In this section, discover the concerts which deserve a special mention (distinction)! Indeed, certain composers are also interpreters, musicians of good names, who occur on stage prestigious in France or... Somewhere else ! You will also discover concert dates concerning artists who caught our attention...

Festivals, stages et rencontres / Festivals, internships and meetings

Soyez curieux ! Allez à la rencontre des musiciens, des festivals spécifiques. Découvrez des stages qui pourraient vous intéresser et des rencontres dédiées à votre instrument préféré...

Be curious ! Go to meet musicians, specific festivals. Discover internships which could interest you and meetings dedicated to your favorite instrument...

On a aimé sur le web :-) / We liked on Web :-)

Beaucoup de vidéos sur le Web sont instructives, passionnantes ! Elles concernent les compositeurs de notre catalogue mais pas seulement...Vous découvrirez des vidéos d'autres musiciens internationalement reconnus et des vidéos d'archives de certains de nos grands Maîtres disparus.

Many videos on Web are instructive, fascinating ! They concern the composers of our catalog but not only... You will discover videos of the other musicians internationally recognized and the videos of archives of some of our disappeared great Masters.

A découvrir ! / To discover !

Vous trouverez dans cet espace des informations sur des sujets, objets, concepts qui méritent d'être découverts et appréciés !

You will find in this space of the information on subjects, objects, concepts which deserve to be discovered and appreciated !

Liens des Editions Soldano / Favorite links

Voici une sélection de liens vers des sites pertinents : sites partenaires, sites dédiés à des instruments spécifiques, sites d'instrumentistes, sites des compositeurs...etc.

Here is a selection of links towards relevant sites: partner sites, sites dedicated to specific instruments, instrumentalists' sites, sites of the composers etc.

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