Variations by Eugène Bigot is a piece for Trombone and Piano, written for advanced players. Initially composed for the Paris Conservatoire contest, this lyrical piece is quite long and difficult. It covers numerous sections using a good knowledge of the instrument and a great ability to play it.
Variations is divided in five parts: Cantabile, Comodo, Gracioso, Scherzando and Impetuoso.
This interesting and challenging piece can be used for contests as well as recitals.
Eugène Bigot (1888–1965) was a professor at the Paris Conservatoire, a conductor and a composer.