Ncore - Roland Szentpali - Euphonium and Piano (+ optional conga drum ad lib)

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About Ncore

Roland Szentpali presents a light and playful piece with Latin American flavors. An excellent encore! 

A very challenging work for the advanced player!

Commissioned and recorded by Swiss euphonium soloist Fabian Bloch.

Spot on!
The Next Generation of Euphonium Music
Fabian Bloch (euphonium)
Francoise Killian (piano)
Michael Meinen (percussion)
GENUIN Recordings: CD GEN19679

Roland Szentpali was born in 1977 in Nyíregyháza, Hungary. He began his musical studies in his hometown; in 1991 he was admitted to the Béla Bartók Conservatory in Budapest, as the tuba student of József Bazsinka and later of Gábor Adamik. At the age of 16 he won the national “Brasses and Percussion” competition, then wrote and performed his first concerto for tuba and symphony orchestra, recorded and broadcast by Hungarian state television. From here, his career as tubist and composer rapidly gained an international dimension. He entered the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy in Budapest where he studied with László Szabó, while taking private lessons with Roger Bobo. Since 1998 he has won first prize at seven international competitions: Gdansk, Poland; Munich, Germany; Budapest, Hungary; Chéju, Republic of Korea; Brno, Czech Republic; Lieksa, Finland and second prize at the competitions of Guebwiller, France and Markneukirchen, Germany. His opus includes chamber music works, orchestral pieces and concerti for various wind instruments, most of it is published by Editions Bim


Duration: 5 mins

Difficulty level: 5/6

Supplied with solo part in TC annd BC, piano part and optional conga drum, part)

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