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A wonderful collection of seven competition gems from the early Twentieth Century, composed for the annual solo competition at the Royal Conservatory in Liège. These solos are dedicated to two early professors at the conservatory, Alphonse Goeyens and Thèo Charlier. Works include: Solo dans le style ancien by Goeyens, Piéce Hèroïque by Jean Strauwen, Morceau de Concert by Jules Debefve, Improvvisata by François Rasse, Morceau de Concert by Paul Gilson, Fantasie-Caprice by Fernand Goeyens, and Deuxième Morceau de Concert by Arthur de Herve.

Each solo is a perfect choice for a "Charlier-style" romantic trumpet (in B-flat) solo on a college recital. The collection would also be perfect to record as a wonderful CD project. Solo book is 24 pages; piano score (coil bound) is 72 pages. Difficulty level: V- to V+

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