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This project evolved from the author's interest in solo trumpet literature by Russian composers. There are a number of Russian trumpet solos in the literature that are exceptional pieces, yet are performed infrequently. The study of such works might well enrich the performing repertoire of any trumpeter. This treatise discusses the lives, composition techniques, and trumpet solos of three Russian composers: Oskar Böhme, Eino Tamberg, and Sergeï Wassilenko. Included in the discussion of the musical elements of the solos, special focus is made on the nationalistic qualities. Musical examples are included to illustrate the discussion. The treatise also examines the history of Russian music and the influence of Timofei Dokshitzer on Russian trumpet literature of the twentieth century.
A Treatise Submitted to the Department of Music in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Music.
Includes bibliographical references.
Florida State University
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