Trombone Concerto in C (Rota)
- Allegro giusto
- Lento, ben ritmato
- Allegro moderato
This concerto was given its premiere performance on March 6, 1969, at the Conservatorio di Musica "Giuseppe Verdi" in Milano, Italy, by trombonist Bruno Ferrari (to whom the work is dedicated), with the Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali conducted by Franco Caracciolo.
This piece is considered one of the important trombone concertos in the classical repertoire. A performance of the concerto usually lasts around 13 minutes.
This score is written for solo trombone and orchestra, with the following instrumentation:
- 2 horns in F
- 1988 International Competition for Musical Performers, Geneva (Musica Helvetica MH 72.2) - 1989
- All The Lonely People (BIS-CD-568) - 1993
- Deutscher Musikwettbewerb - 2007 Award Winner (Genuin Classics GEN 11188) - 2011
- Nino Rota: Concertos (Chandos CHAN 9954) - 2002
- Andrea Conti, trombone; I Virtuosi Italiani; Marzio Conti, conductor.
- Nino Rota: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2 (Decca 4810394) - 2013
- Giuliano Rizzotto, trombone; Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi; Giuseppe Grazioli, conductor.
- Nino Rota: La Strada; Concertos (ATMA Classique ACD22294) - 2003
- Trombone Concertos (Claves CD 9606) - 1996
- "Nino Rota - Trombone Concerto in C". Classical Archives. Retrieved 14 April 2015.
- "Nino Rota Music Catalogue: Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra". www.ninorota.com. Retrieved 2017-11-11.
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