For B-flat bass saxhorn, C tuba, or Solo bass trombone and piano, composed by Eugene Bozza (1905-1991).
Eugène Joseph Bozza (4 April 1905 in Nice – 28 September 1991 in Valenciennes) was a French contemporary composer and violinist. He remains one of the most prolific composers of chamber music for wind instruments. Bozza’s large ensemble work includes five symphonies, operas, ballets, large choral work, wind band music, concertos, and much work for large brass or woodwind ensembles. His larger works are rarely performed outside his native France.
Bozza remains frequently played and recorded today (Naxos Music Library lists 126 albums with recordings of his works and a YouTube search for Bozza yields thousands of videos). However, whether it be from a family desire for privacy or the apathy of researchers, very little has been written about his life (especially the earlier years). Reference editions such as the Grove Music Dictionary have very short entries or sometimes no entries whatsoever. Most modern writing about his past cites a single dissertation, published in 1978, by Denise Rogers Rowen about his bassoon music
Published by Alphonse Leduc (AH.AL23234)