Concertino for Orchestra

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Concertino for Orchestra is a one-movement composition of rhapsodic character. The treatment of form and orchestration resembles that of the first movement of a concerto. The piece is in modified sonata form, containing two exposition-development sections. The orchestration employs a wide range of tonal colors, and has been used extensively in this piece to emphasize textural development. Each group of instruments is used individually in solo style, and yet the orchestral tutti never assumes the secondary role of accompaniment.

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1 score (v, 77 leaves) : ill.

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Wirtel, Thomas August 1963.

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Concertino for Orchestra is a one-movement composition of rhapsodic character. The treatment of form and orchestration resembles that of the first movement of a concerto. The piece is in modified sonata form, containing two exposition-development sections. The orchestration employs a wide range of tonal colors, and has been used extensively in this piece to emphasize textural development. Each group of instruments is used individually in solo style, and yet the orchestral tutti never assumes the secondary role of accompaniment.

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Wirtel, Thomas. Concertino for Orchestra, thesis or dissertation, August 1963; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1038859/: accessed February 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .