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Eugène Bozza: Aria (Book/Download Card AL30689)

Composer and conductor Eugène Bozza (1905-1991) was a pupil of Henri Büsser and Henri Rabaud at the Conservatoire de Paris, and received the first Prix de Rome in 1934. It was during his stay the Villa Medici that he wrote his Aria Pour Saxophone Alto Et Piano – an adaptation of the third movement of Johan Sebastian Bach’s Organ Pastorale in F Major BWV 590, which was to tour the world.
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Composer and conductor Eugène Bozza (1905-1991) was a pupil of Henri Büsser and Henri Rabaud at the Conservatoire de Paris, and received the first Prix de Rome in 1934. It was during his stay the Villa Medici that he wrote his Aria Pour Saxophone Alto Et Piano – an adaptation of the third movement of Johan Sebastian Bach’s Organ Pastorale in F Major BWV 590, which was to tour the world.

This nostalgia-imbued melody, which expands over a regular meter, has, in turn, been the subject of numerous transcriptions, first for clarinet, then for Violin (or Flute) and Piano. Éditions Leduc have chosen to republish this last version, with the added bonus of an audio version that should be of valuable assistance to all musicians!

Additional Info

Publisher Alphonse Leduc
Difficulty No
Format Instrumental Work
Genre Post-1900
Product Language French
Media Sheet Music
Arrangement Violin, Flute, Piano Accompaniment
Number of Pages 0
Composer Bozza Eugène

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