Variationen über das Thema 'Stille Nacht' (Torre, Salvador)

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6 more: Treble instrument • Violin or Clarinet • Trumpet or Clarinet • Viola • Cello, Bassoon or Bass-instrument • Double Bass or Bass instrument

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Publisher. Info. Salvador Torre
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Misc. Notes Can be played (or adapted or transposed) on almost any instrument
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Misc. Notes The best variation to "Still Night" is Silence.. Still.. in the Night.. (The performer has to sing silently the melody from the beginning to the end and this is the length of this FIRDT variation).
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General Information

Work Title Variations on 'Silent Night' by Franz Gruber
Alternative. Title Variaciones sobre 'Noche de Paz' de Franz Gruber
Composer Torre, Salvador
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IST 82
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's Theme, eight variations, coda
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1993
First Performance. 1993-12-24 by Salvador Torré on the flute
First Publication. 1993
Average DurationAvg. Duration 5-6 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Modern
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation Any instrument(s)
Treble instruments
piccolo, flute, recorder, oboe, clarinet, trumpet, violin, etc.,
Alto instruments
clarinet, trumpet, viola, etc.
Bass instruments
bassoon, trombone, cello, double bass, etc.
Related Works Based on Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht by Franz Xaver Gruber

Misc. Comments

At Christmas 1993 I was invited to give a concert on December 24 in the church of the village of my family. I found it interesting not only to perform at the concert but to compose something that I could play at that concert. Then I had the idea of composing a series of variations on the well-known theme of "Silent Night" by Franz Gruber