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Francis Poulenc - Sonata for Horn, Trombone & Trumpet

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Uploaded on May 12, 2011

Sonata for horn, trumpet & trombone, FP 33 (1945)

I. Allegro moderato
II. Andante
III. Rondeau

Alan Civil, horn
John Iveson, trombone
John Wilbraham, trumpet

Poulenc was always fond of wind instruments. This is one of a series of three early little Sonatas that Poulenc later dismissed as "entertainment". Written in 1922 and revised in 1945. It is a brief work, about eight minutes long, in which the voice of the trumpet is dominant most of the time. It comprises three movements. The first, Allegro moderato, is a joyful melody that resembles a children's tune. The second, Andante, is a slower and vaguely melancholic air. In the third, Rondeau (animé), we are back in the world of the first movement, although the joyousness is clouded by minor mode inflections. [Allmusic.com]

Art by Norman Bluhm

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