Alfredo Casella's Serenata, op. 46, A Performance Guide for the Ensemble and Trumpet Part

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Alfredo Casella's Serenata, op. 46 for clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, violin and cello is a composition that received great acclaim at the time of its conception, it is all but unknown to modern audiences and performers. The Serenata has several historical influences from the French and Italian Baroque and Classical periods. At present, there is limited scholarship regarding the Serenata op. 46. The first section of this study presents a survey of historical information, current literature and methods of examination. The second section compares movements of the Serenata op. 46 to other historical forms of similar design. The third section provides ... continued below

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Walker, Brian Matthew May 2011.

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Alfredo Casella's Serenata, op. 46 for clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, violin and cello is a composition that received great acclaim at the time of its conception, it is all but unknown to modern audiences and performers. The Serenata has several historical influences from the French and Italian Baroque and Classical periods. At present, there is limited scholarship regarding the Serenata op. 46. The first section of this study presents a survey of historical information, current literature and methods of examination. The second section compares movements of the Serenata op. 46 to other historical forms of similar design. The third section provides a performance guide for the trumpeter and ensemble. Implications and
suggestions for performance of the composition are provided for the trumpeter. This performance guide provides the trumpeter and ensemble with performance information to help facilitate an informed performance.

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Walker, Brian Matthew. Alfredo Casella's Serenata, op. 46, A Performance Guide for the Ensemble and Trumpet Part, dissertation, May 2011; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc68061/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .