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  • Lost to the World
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    Mahler arr Iain Maxwell

    Lost to the World

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    Instrument: brass tentet (score and parts)
    Grade: difficult
    Catalogue No: 9098
    ISMN No: 9790570276530

    Scored for solo flugel horn • 3 trumpets • 1 horn • 3 trombones • 1 euphonium or tenor trombone • 1 tuba

    Parts for Horn in Eb, Trombones in treble clef, Euphonium in treble clef and Tuba in treble clef are included in this set.

    Written in the summer of 1901, 'Lost to the World' has become one of Gustav Mahler's most popular and much loved works. Amazingly, it was only published by his wife after his death in 1911, ten years after it's original composition.

    It is very much a cousin of the equally famous 'Adagietto' from his 5th Symphony. It's peaceful melody, and subtle harmony and accompaniment are all reminiscent in the symphony, of the same year.

    This arrangement for solo Flugelhorn and brass captures the serene mood of the original and is a calming addition to any programme.

    Iain Maxwell
    Iain Maxwell was born in Scotland and is a recent graduate of both the Royal Academy of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. He has played with orchestras and chamber groups such as the London Symphony Orchestra, London Contemporary Orchestra, New London Sinfonia and is a member of the Clarke Brass Quintet. He also performed alongside Maxïmo Park on their UK Tour '09.

    Since 2007 Iain has also been a member of the Britten-Pears Orchestra, where he has recently collaborated with the London Philharmonic Orchestra for a live broadcast on BBC Radio 3. Last year Iain was also involved in a collaboration between Southbank Sinfonia and the National Theatre in a production of Every Good Boy Deserves Favour, a play for orchestra and actors by André Previn and Tom Stoppard.

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