Paul Hindemit Trompet Ve Piyano için Sonatın Form Ve icra Yönünden incelenmesi
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Paul Hindemith, who was one of the great representatives of Neo-Classicism, aimed to compose sonatas, pieces for chamber ensembles, chamber orchestras and concertos for diasappearing or unfavorable instruments such as tuba, doublebass, viola d’amour etc. Also he aimed to create “Gebrauchsmusik” (music for use) by playing beginner level musicians for social platforms such as coctails, meetings etc instead of concert halls. It is claimed that also his Sonata for Trumpet and Piano (1939) is one of his great “Gebrauchsmusik” example, which is also supposed to be played by amateur trumpet players. This sonata for trumpet and piano which has taken place as one of the greatest significant trumpet repertoire masterpieces, is not a suitable sonata for beginner level trumpet players. Because of the fact that it has difficulties such as technical, melodical, rhythmical, harmonical and tonal structure, texture, articulation, dynamics range from pp to fff; this sonata can be only understood and performend by the trumpetists who have professional and high level skils. That is the reason this sonata is on the syllabus by a trumpetist in Master Degree of great conservatories and famous music faculties.