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Schola vitae

COMPONIST: Georges Sadeler
UITGEVERIJ: Symphonic Dimensions Publishing
PRODUCTTYPE: partituur
INSTRUMENT GROEP: Harmonieorkest
Schola Vitae, dedicated to the former director of UGDA Music School in Luxembourg, Paul Scholer, describes in an 8-minute piece that learning and playing music is a school for life. Starting with popular scales that ascend and descend through various keys, an essential tool familiar to every
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Componist Georges Sadeler
Uitgeverij Symphonic Dimensions Publishing
Instrumentatie Harmonieorkest
Taal ENG-D-F
Moeilijkheidsgraad orkest Grade 4
Producttype partituur
Instrument Groep Harmonieorkest
Jaar van Publicatie 2023
ISMN 9790502953089
No. SDP214-23-01
Release Datum 30-11-2023
Definitive Duration 0:08:00
Omschrijving
Schola Vitae, dedicated to the former director of UGDA Music School in Luxembourg, Paul Scholer, describes in an 8-minute piece that learning and playing music is a school for life. Starting with popular scales that ascend and descend through various keys, an essential tool familiar to every musician appears: the metronome. It sets the tempo, and musicians practice their themes together or against each other, register by register. In music, however, it's not just about technique and precision, but also about emotions. Music connects people, fosters friendships, and accompanies them through the highs and lows of life. The sense of togetherness in music becomes increasingly audible. Everyone works together and pulls in the same direction to ultimately achieve something great. Georges Sadeler, born in 1988 is a Luxembourgish composer and saxophonist with the Grand Ducal Military Band of Luxembourg. His father kindled his interest in composing and arranging at an early age, a study he later continued under his two teachers Marco Pütz and Claude Lenners, both of whom taught at the Conservatoire of Music, Luxembourg. He gradually began to establish his own style, combining the enormous range of possibilities of contemporary music and classical music and, in the years that followed, he won six first prizes at various national and international composition competitions. His works have since been performed all over Europe.
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