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Title Berceuse Héroïque
Composer Debussy
Arranger Verheggen
Duration 04:00
Grade
CD -
Series Orchestral 
Instrumentation Symphonic Band 
Number BM164
Price set (score+parts) € 99,00 Add to cart 
Price score € 18,00 Add to cart 
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The 'Berceuse Héroïque', a lullaby for a hero, was composed in 1914 as a homage to King Albert I from Belgium and his soldiers. The work opens very dark and mysterious and then builds a huge crescendo. In the middle section of the work, Debussy uses the Belgium Anthem, in this transcription played by a trombone quartet. The work ends in the same mystic mood as it opened, with the trumpets and saxophones playing a signal, remembering the hero. In 1914 the 'Berceuse Héroïque' was orchestrated and there is also a transcription for woodwind quintet. Although the 'Berceuse Héroïque' is a rather unknown piece, it is still played by many famous pianists.

 
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