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    Barfields Heritage" Concerto now with Orchestra!!

    Tonight, November 20 at 7:30 PM Mountain time (9:30 pm Eastern time) and Tomorrow November 21 at 2:30 PM Mountain time (9:30 pm Eastern time) Demondrae Thurman will premiere the orchestral version of Anthony Barfields Heritage Concerto for Euphonium with the Bozeman Symphony led by Music Director Norman Huynh.


    Livestream at the link below.

    I commissioned the original work, and the orchestration was commissioned by me and the Bozeman Symphony.

    Im here in Bozeman for the performance, and the rehearsal sounded amazing

    livestream:

    https://www.bozemansymphony.org/brahmssymphonyno2-620956.html



    rehearsal clips:

    https://www.facebook.com/10000182147...996063351/?d=n


    Don Winston

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    Is there a treble clef version? It's one of the few modern concertos that I have enjoyed listening to.
    Adams E2
    DC3

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    I believe Anthony ran treble clef versions on request for some folks. You might drop him a message through his website.

    The solo part is mostly in tenor clef, which should make it a little easier for treble clef readers.

    Don

    The stream is now on YouTube:

    https://youtu.be/0IsEIIoCOq4

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    Don,
    Thanks for sharing all of this and for your part in commissioning this piece. This performance with the Bozeman Symphony was really spectacular, and what a reception from the Bozeman community! It was really fun to listen to and then see such an enthusiastic applause for the composer and performer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aroberts781 View Post
    Don,
    Thanks for sharing all of this and for your part in commissioning this piece. This performance with the Bozeman Symphony was really spectacular, and what a reception from the Bozeman community! It was really fun to listen to and then see such an enthusiastic applause for the composer and performer.
    Thanks. I’ve been present for almost every performance of the piece to date. The Bozeman performances were definitely the best so far.

    Don

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