Brass - Shire, David - Bough, Thomas - Tuba

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  1. Fortress of Peace

    Composer: Bough, Thomas
    Instrumentation: Brass Band (British style) Instruments: Bass Trombone, Cornet, Euphonium, Flugelhorn, Trombone, Tuba
    Genre: Hymn

    Arranged for British Brass Band, this is a medley of three hymns:

    A Mighty Fortress is Our God

    It is Well With My Soul

    Fairest Lord Jesus

    This works well in both a church or on the concert stage.

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    To $120.00

  2. Marlows Theme (tuba and wind band)

    Composer: Shire, David Arranger: Lunden Vellden, Staffan
    Instrumentation: Solo and Wind Band Instruments: Tuba
    tuba/korps Learn More

    As low as $80.00

  3. Pembroke Rondo

    Composer: Bough, Thomas
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary
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    As low as $17.00

  4. Shire - Marlows Theme (tuba and brass sextet)

    Composer: Shire, David Arranger: Baadsvik, Øystein
    Instrumentation: Solo and Brass sextet Instruments: French Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba
    Genre: Jazz
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    As low as $38.00

  5. Suite Tuba

    Composer: Bough, Thomas
    Instrumentation: Solo and Brass band Instruments: Tuba
    with Brass Band; Suite Tuba is dedicated to Sam Pilafian, the tuba player and founding member of the Empire Brass Quintet. The four movement composition represents one of the most substantial works for solo tuba and concert band in the last decade. This work was written by a tuba player for tuba players. Each movement represents the musical character of the tuba in a different light. The first movement juxtaposes the rhythmic complexity of shifting asymetric meters with a conga-supported fusion jazz melody. The second movement offers the soloist a chance to improvise and take the melodic lead on the Dixieland classic tune That's a Plenty. The third movement, Lullaby, allows the melodic character of the tuba to take center stage. The fourth movement weaves themes from the previous three movements into original material to bring the composition to a stirring climax. Learn More

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  6. Suite Tuba

    Composer: Bough, Thomas
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Tuba
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    As low as $20.00

  7. Suite Tuba

    Composer: Bough, Thomas
    Instrumentation: Solo and Wind Band Instruments: Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary

    This version of Suite Tuba is for Tuba and Wind Ensemble. There is also a Tuba and Piano reduction version available.

    Suite Tuba
    was written in honor of my doctoral advisor and applied instructor from Arizona State University, J. Samuel Pilafian. Although Sam is best known in the brass world for his ground-breaking performances as the tuba player and founding member of the Empire Brass Quintet, he was also the primary arranger and business manager for Empire for nearly 20 years. He is also an incredible teacher, who has trained thousands of musicians around the world. Sam had a profound impact on my career in all four areas, that is, as a player, a composer and arranger, entrepreneur and teacher. This composition is designed to reflect different elements of training and studying with Sam.

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    As low as $100.00

  8. Tribute Duets

    Composer: Bough, Thomas
    Instrumentation: Duet Instruments: Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary
    This duet set is indeed a tribute, in so many ways. First, to Dr.’s Danielle Van Tuinen and Jeffrey Malecki, among many, who helped sponsor the composition. Second, to my friend of many years, my host for the Missouri State Low Brass Day, and a fine euphonium player, Dr. Jennifer Jester. The music was composed for us to premiere at the MSU Low Brass Day on March 29, 2020 in Springfield, Missouri. The first movement draws on thematic elements from the rock tune “Tom Sawyer”, performed by the Canadian rock trio known as “Rush.” Their drum set player and lyricist Neil Peart passed away in early 2020, about the time I was writing this music. I can still remember hearing this song, the opening track from their album “Moving Pictures” when I was in high school. The relentless groove that Neil laid down on this album, and so many other albums from this band, had a profound impact on my understanding of pulse, time, and musical flow. The second movement is a tribute to Sam Pilafian, my tuba professor (and Jennifer’s) at Arizona State University. This music draws on some of the fundamental grooves from latin music, such as the 2-3 clave, the piano montuno, and the bass figures that accompany these two ideas. So many musicians were influenced by Sam, in so many ways, that I can only attempt to describe how much he meant to me, both personally and professionally. Learn More

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