For Piano & Soloist

Composer : Eugène Bozza
Title : Aria
Period : 20th Century

Aria for Bass Trombone & Piano by Eugene Bozza. Aria, which was originally composed for alto saxophone and piano, has remained one of the composer's most-performed solo works. Composed in 1936, Aria was dedicated to the famous French saxophonist, Marcel Mule. It draws inspiration from the works of J. S. Bach, especially the Manual for the Fantasy in F and the Pastorale in F Major (BWV 590).