[Trombone-l] Konzert Nr. 1 für Tuba (bassposaune) und Orchester

George Butler georgebutler3rd at gmail.com
Mon Oct 29 16:26:19 CST 2018

I also found--maybe you did too?-- this nice research paper by Jay Roberts,
"Introduction of Soviet Trombone Literature to Western Trombone Repertoire,
done as a part of the requirements for his DMA at Arizona State University,

--George in Tallinn, Estonia

On Tue, Oct 30, 2018 at 12:10 AM George Butler <georgebutler3rd at gmail.com>

> Hi, Kristine,
> I would think that Andre Kharlamov would be a source.  Since September
> 2005, he has been owner/publisher at East West Music International in Lake
> Bluff, Illinois, north of Chicago.  He was responsible for the new edition
> of Blazhevich.  In a previous life, he studied at the Moscow State
> Conservatory "P.I. Tchaikovsky".
> Here is an article that Kharlamov wrote from February 2009 that appears on
> Jay Friedman's blog.
> http://www.jayfriedman.net/articles/blahzevich_-_destiny_of_works_in_the_west
> George Butler
> Tallinn, Estonia
> On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 11:30 AM Kristine Oppegaard via Trombone-l <
> trombone-l at trombonelist.org> wrote:
>> Hi everyone!
>> I have a writing workshop for my master thesis, and stupidly enough I
>> chose
>> to write about the Lebedev Concert for bass trombone. One of the tasks I
>> got for further writing is this: Can you try to find out when this piece
>> became a standard audition piece for bass trombone and if there was
>> another
>> piece that was used before it?
>> I can not find so much information in the sources I have. Does anyone know
>> anything about this, or know where I can find information?
>> Thanks!
>> --
>> best,
>> Kristine Solli Oppegaard
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