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Golden Glow

Golden Glow

The title refers to the warm and beautiful sound of the trombone, which Bert Appermont tried to use to its full potential when he composed this piece. This golden glow will come alive in the bright fanfares of the first and third movements. In the brassy effects and heroic melodies of the second movement, and in the beautiful expressive choral in the third movement. The composition ends the same way as it began, with the main motif echoing away - but now combined with the chorale theme fading into the golden glow of the final chord. Trombone quartet Level: 5-6