The Fountains of Rome
The Fountains of Rome (1916) is the first of Respighi's trilogy of tone poems based on his impressions of Rome, along with Pines of Rome (1924) and Roman Festivals (1928). The tone poem Fountains of Rome, like the others, comprises four movements, each depicting iconic fountains located in different areas in the city of Rome at different times of the day.
Originally for orchestra, Respighi also made a version for 2 pianos in 1919.
544.12 tmp perc - Piccolo Trumpet in A (alternate in B flat provided), Trumpets in E flat (alternate C Trumpat part provided), 2 Trumpets in B flat (alternate C Trumpet parts provided), Flugelhorn, 4 Horns, 3 Tenor Trombones, Bass Trombone, Euphonium (bass and treble clef parts provided), 2 Tubas (bass and contrabass preferred), Timpani & 3 Percussion
Grade 5 - advanced college/university or professional ensemble
Full score and parts in PDF available for download.