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Ballets a. Wrote a few pieces for the bassoon. Duettino for two basoon and Pieces Breves for solo bassoon Improvisation et Caprice. The following was sent anonymously. When horn players hear "Bozza" they think of one piece only. Bozza includes quotations of St. This piece is a challenge for horn players and it requires mastery of advanced techniques like trills, glissandi, muted and stopped notes. He also wrote "Shiva" and "Fantasie" for the bassoon. Eugene Bozza also wrote many pieces for oboe and english horn, these are the ones I know of offhand: 18 Etudes, Sonate, Fantasie Pastorale, Fantasie Italienne oboe , Shephards of Provence oboe and english horn , and Divertissement english horn.
Thank You Bozza!! I play this on the double bass. Funny and poetic little concert piece suitable for amateur such as myself execution. Saxophone players immediately think of "Aria" when they think of Bozza. Biography: He was a French composer who was most famous for chamber music for winds. If anyone else has info on Bozza, please let me know. He conducted the orchestra of the Opera-Comique until ; he then became Head of the Conservatoire in Valenciennes.
His works include several operas, ballets, large-scale symphonic and choral works. But his worldwide reputation is derived mainly for his many chamber works, written for various instrumental formations with a preference for wind instruments. It was written in for Marcel Mule, a famous French saxophonist. French composer, conductor and violinist.
Studied at the Conservatoire of Paris with Rabaud. Willemze, Componistenlexicon, Het Spectrum, Utrecht Got violin lessons from his father and studied violon with Edouard Nadaud, composition with Henri Busser and conducting with Henri Rabaud at the Conservatory in Paris, where he got awards for violin and conducting In he received the Prix de Rome.
Bozza, Eugene – Rustiques for Trumpet and Piano
Rustiques (Canteloube, Joseph)