style"font-size: 14px !important;">For Bassoon Piano
Richard Brown Sonatina
for Bassoon Piano
As title indicates, Sonatina Bassoon Piano closely follows sonata form asomewhat smaller scale. Tonality tonal relationships basic sonata form, andin this sonatina, tonal relationships within between movements basedon seconds.
The first movement, Allegro appassionato, fairly strict sonata-allegro minor.
The second movement, Adagio cantabile, theme variations major.
The finale, Allegretto giocoso, abridged sonata-rondo minor. episode isderived from inverted second subject first movement. Although obvious oncasual listening, this provides degree thematic unity composition. Grade Duration: 7:40
Richard Brown been active composer-arranger music educator formany years. training includes degrees composition from FloridaState University, well music education from Central College. principalcomposition studies were with Carlisle Floyd, John Boda, Charles Carter. memberof ASCAP, represented catalogs several publishers. output includesnumerous works concert band orchestra, instrumental solos ensembles,churchmusic, piano solos, scores ballet, opera, musical theater.
Having taught public schools Iowa, Texas, Mexico, Oregon, Washington,Dr. Brown lives Puget Sound area, where composer-in-residence with theShoreline Concert Band. Retired from teaching, often found mountainsindulging other passions, hiking climbing.