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Jan Van der Roost: St. Martin's Suite: Orchestre d'Harmonie

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COMPOSITEUR: Jan Van der Roost
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Partitions et parties
ÉDITEUR: De Haske Publications
DEFINITIVE DURATION: 00:13:30
This suite was composed by Jan Van der Roost on the occasion of the 110th anniversary of the ‘Koninklijke Sint Martinusfanfare’ (Royal Saint Martinus Fanfare Band) from Halle (Belgium). The composer was required to create a suite in three movements based on three images associated with the ‘Sint
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Compositeur Jan Van der Roost
Description Instrument Group Orchestre d'Harmonie
Instrumentation Orchestre d'Harmonie
Instrumentation Orchestre d'Harmonie
Type de produit Partitions et parties
Description Product Type Conducteur + Parties
European Parts Included Yes
Collection Inspiration Series
Niveau de difficulté 4
Grade of Difficulty Band Grade 4
Éditeur De Haske Publications
Année de publication 1992
Definitive Duration 00:13:30
ISMN 9790035045763
Edition Number DHP 0920404-010
DHP 0920404-010
Description
This suite was composed by Jan Van der Roost on the occasion of the 110th anniversary of the ‘Koninklijke Sint Martinusfanfare’ (Royal Saint Martinus Fanfare Band) from Halle (Belgium). The composer was required to create a suite in three movements based on three images associated with the ‘Sint Martinusfanfare’ from the small town of Halle in the province of Brabant. The first movement (Andante Pomposo) describes Martin, a soldier in the Roman army. In Andante Moderato we see the image of Martin, who become a Christian and chooses to devote his life to God. In this movement, the composer was inspired by the Brabantine gothic art of the Sint Martinus Basilica in Halle. Thecontrast between the dark Basilica and the statue of Our Lady between the soaring pillars will vividly come to life for audiences of this descriptive piece. The final movement, Allegro Molto Vivace’, could have been an image for a frivolous peasant in the Halle carnival. In a triptych about St. Martin it is more fitting to refer to it as an apotheosis, the crown on the pastoral work of Martin, Bishop of Tours, Patron Saint of the Fanfare Band and the Basilica of Halle.
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