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Publicado em Julho de 2013 pela Phoenix Music Publications 

ISBN: 9055520691  ISBN13: 9789055520695

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Este é um dos livros da III Matosinhos’ International Youtube Competition sente que está com sorte?

 

Por norma estudos avançados para trompa costumam ser demasiado difíceis. Este é o 2º de um conjunto de 3 livros de estudos que escrevi para trompa que abordam modos e escalas não muito habituais nos estudos para trompa, bem como algumas técnicas e efeitos especiais. Tudo isto em estudos fáceis em que várias dificuldades não sejam misturadas, se o estudo for difícil ou mesmo muito difícil em alguns aspectos, terá que ser simples noutros e acima de tudo em todos eles está sempre presente uma grande componente rítmica e bastante diversão.

Este livro foi dedicado ao grande trompista Arkady Shilkloper

Este foi um dos livros de estudos da Matosinhos' International Etudes Competition 2013

 

Críticas

“ I also like 10 Jazzy Etudes, Matosinhos’ second collection of jazz-styled exercises, dedicated to Arkady Shilkloper. His first book of jazzy etudes, also dedicated to Arkady, was reviewed favorably in the May 2012 issue of The Horn Call, and this second volume is along similar lines, though not as technically complex. His stated purpose for this volume is to “take the jazz style idea a little farther…[using] different scales and modes with some extended techniques, but always in an easy and funny way.” Each etude has a preface, explaining the style or techniques involved. Recordings of these etudes are also available on his website.

 

The etudes last anywhere from 1:00 to 3:30, and I find the range of jazz-oriented styles and techniques to be quite comprehensive. Individually, the etudes are technically and musically quite challenging. As with the first volume, the etudes are really about learning to play in various jazz styles, not to learn improvisation or anything along those lines. What we are presented with is exactly as advertised—etudes that are fun to work on. My favorite was the longest, No. 5, which has Far Eastern influence, and is much more improvisatory than the others, with more multiphonics and a harmonically-interesting fast section (the “fifth mode of the harmonic minor scale (mixolydian b9 b13)). Okay, I guess his jazzy variations on the famous theme by Paganini are also pretty cool! At first look, the etudes are quite daunting, but those brave enough to wade in will have a great deal of fun with them. I look forward to getting my feet very wet.

 

Jeffrey Snedeker, The Horn Call, February 2014 “

  

- Clique aqui para ver a crítica de Dr. James Boldin no hornworld.me

- Clique aqui para ver a crítica de Dr. John Ericson no hornmatters.com

 

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10 Estudos Jazzísticos para Trompa, No.10 - Ricardo Matosinhos
(Gravação ao Vivo em 2010 na FEUP, Porto, Portugal)