Composed by Sigismond Stojowski, Fantaisie, Op.38 is a piece for Trombone and Piano. This lyrical piece, published in 1912, is very melodic and would require advanced skills and technique to perform it perfectly.
This piece is one of the first he wrote after moving to the USA. Comparable to Chopin’s 'Fantasy', even though Stojowski’s seems better-written and more virtuous.
A transcription exists for Viola and other instruments.
Sigismond Stojowski is a Polish pianist, composer and conductor who studied at the Paris Conservatoire. He was a good friend of Tchaikovsky and worked as a Piano soloist in the USA with the Boston and the San Francisco Symphony, as well as the New York Philharmonic, among others.