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Karl Jaitler Viennese Music Workshop 2017

Karl Jaitler Viennese Music Workshop 2017


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~Enjoying Viennese music with Karl Jaitler~

Karl Jeitler

Lecture and Concert - Vienna Brass Band and Trompeterchor -

Venue: Aspia Hall



Karl Jaitler (bass trombone, former Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra player)

Walter Singer (trumpet, former principal trumpeter of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, supporting appearance)

Mie Wada (flute, freelancer)

Masashi Ohnari (Clarinet, Freelancer, Eroica Woodwind Quintet)

Takeshi Nozawa (trumpet, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra)

Kazuyuki Akasaka (horn, freelancer)

Tomoo Yamaa (trombone, Matsubushi Prefectural High School music department part-time lecturer)

Eiji Iwai (tuba, lecturer at Kunitachi College of Music High School)

[Course fee]

●Trumpet core only or Viennese brass band only

1 day participation General 10,000 yen Student 9,000 yen

Participation for 2 days General 18,000 yen Student 16,000 yen

All day participation General 25,000 yen Student 22,000 yen

-Both trumpet core and Viennese brass band (applicable instruments: trumpet, trombone, tuba, percussion)

1 day participation General 14,000 yen Student 13,000 yen

Participation for 2 days General 22,000 yen Student 20,000 yen

All day participation General 29,000 yen Student 26,000 yen

*It is not possible to participate in the 10/9 concert only.

* 1,000 yen discount for members of the Vienna Trumpet Study Group and supporting organizations.

*Reservations are required to attend rehearsals.

●10/9 concert admission fee 2,000 yen

[Lesson song]

Viennese brass band

Johann Strauss II: Polka Schnell "Thunder and Lightning"

Josef Strauss: Polka "Little Watermill" etc.

●Trumpet core

Karl Pils: Festival Music No. 1

Beethoven: The Glory of God in Nature, etc.

[How to apply]

Please download the application form below, fill in the necessary information, and send it to ProArtemsike by mail or fax.

You can download the application form here.

● Destination

Pro Arte Musice

1-20-14-5F Otowa, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0013

Fax 03-3943-6659


Vienna Trumpet Study Group


Dolce Music Wind Instruments Avenue Tokyo, Brass Instruments Studio Nagai Co., Ltd., Japan Rotary Trumpet Center, Schagerl JAPAN (Tokyo Branch)


Austrian Embassy/Austrian Cultural Forum, Japan Vienna Philharmonic Friends Association, Japan-Austria Cultural Association, Holz Society, Tenryu Gakuyu Band, Philharmonica Vienna Nagoya, Japan Flute Association, Japan Clarinet Association, Japan Trumpet Association, Japan Trombone Association

The Viennese brass band is a band that can perform in a large formation of 20 to more than 50 people. is made.

The work is a world-famous and accessible work (Johann Strauss's waltz, polka, etc.) are mainly arranged, and the major difference from general brass band is The flugelhorn and tenor horn (bass flugelhorn) provide much of the melody. I am in charge of it.

The trumpet core, as the name suggests, plays one part like a chorus. It is a formation in which multiple players play with beautiful and polite tones.

trumpet (rotary Trumpet), trombone, tuba, and percussion. Sheet music is sold to the general public It is not registered and is managed by the City of Vienna. Mr. Jeitler 's This is a valuable opportunity to play together.


● Lecture & rehearsal
10:00-12:00 Trumpet core
13:30-16:30 Viennese brass band


Karl Jaitler (bass trombone)
Karl Jeitler, bass trombone
At the age of 18, he entered the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, where he studied under F. Berner, H. Bauer, and J. Rohm, members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra at the time.
Joined the Vienna Volksoper Orchestra in 1969 while still a student, joined the Vienna State Opera Orchestra in 1970, and became a member of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna Court Orchestra.
In 1980, he became the music director of the Vienna Trumpet Choir, and in 1983, the Tokyo Trumpet Choir.In 1989, he established the Junge Blaser Philharmonie in Vienna, performing overseas and recording CDs as the Viennese brass band spread.
After retiring from the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, he continues to expand his activities as a conductor in Japanese professional orchestras, including teaching trumpet choirs and Viennese brass band in Japan.