An historical and stylistic examination of Charles Chaynes' Concerto Pour Trompette and Deuxième Concerto Pour Trompette, with an interview of the composer. Page: 2
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Reed, Marc Allen, An historical and stylistic examination of Charles Chaynes' Concerto
Pour Trompette and Deuxie me Concerto Pour Trompette, with an interview of the composer.
Doctor of Musical Arts (Performance), August 2007, 59 pp., 46 examples, bibliography, 32
Research has been conducted on prominent mid-twentieth century French trumpet
concertos and their composers. Jolivet, Bozza, and Tomasi have all been the subject of research.
Charles Chaynes' music is equally valuable to modern trumpet repertoire as that of Jolivet,
Bozza, and Tomasi. Chaynes' exclusion from research leaves a void in resources available to
future trumpet students. A study of Charles Chaynes and his trumpet concertos is essential to
preserving the history of the valve trumpet's young modern repertoire. Lack of understanding of
Chaynes' trumpet concertos can only lead to misconceptions when interpreting these pieces.
The thirty-nine year gap between Chaynes' Trumpet Concerto No. 1 and Trumpet
Concerto No. 2 is a remarkable time span between major compositions, and examining the works
gives insight to the evolution of the trumpet concerto throughout the twentieth century. This
project highlights Charles Chaynes' contribution to the trumpet repertoire from both the
beginning and end of his compositional career, and fills the research gap concerning his
concertos. It includes correspondence with Charles Chaynes and others, in order to gain
information not found in common source materials. It highlights examples from each concerto
that are representative of the composer's compositional style.
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Reed, Marc Allen. An historical and stylistic examination of Charles Chaynes' Concerto Pour Trompette and Deuxième Concerto Pour Trompette, with an interview of the composer., dissertation, August 2007; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc3924/m1/2/: accessed February 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .