Extended Techniques in Stanley Friedman's Solus for Unaccompanied Trumpet

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This document examines the technical execution of extended techniques incorporated in the musical structure of Solus, and explores the benefits of introducing the work into the curriculum of a college level trumpet studio. Compositional style, form, technical accessibility, and pedagogical benefits are investigated in each of the four movements. An interview with the composer forms the foundation for the history of the composition as well as the genesis of some of the extended techniques and programmatic ideas.

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Meredith, Scott May 2008.

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This document examines the technical execution of extended techniques incorporated in the musical structure of Solus, and explores the benefits of introducing the work into the curriculum of a college level trumpet studio. Compositional style, form, technical accessibility, and pedagogical benefits are investigated in each of the four movements. An interview with the composer forms the foundation for the history of the composition as well as the genesis of some of the extended techniques and programmatic ideas.

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Meredith, Scott. Extended Techniques in Stanley Friedman's Solus for Unaccompanied Trumpet, dissertation, May 2008; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc6075/: accessed July 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .