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Instrumentation: Trio Instruments: Bassoon, Clarinet, Flute
Genre: ContemporaryComposed for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon, these "Hymnal Variations" use two famous hymn tunes as themes along with 12 variations, six on each hymn tune, in an arch like construction. The first tune, entitled Avon (Beneath the Sacred Throne) in the old hymnbooks, is stated at the beginning and is followed by six short variations. After a brief transition, the first of six variations on the theme Nettleton (Come Thou Fount) is heard. The piece concludes with a fortissimo statement of the Nettleton tune. Learn More
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Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Euphonium, TubaTuba Quartet (EETT) Learn More
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Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Euphonium, Piano
Antonio Vivaldi (1687-1741) wrote his “Concerto in A minor, Op. 3, No. 6, RV 365” in 1711 as a part of “L’estro Armonico” (Harmonic Inspiration), a set of twelve concertos for various combinations of instruments. One of the best known of this set is the sixth, which was originally written for solo violin, second violin, viola, and continuo. In this edition, the soloist will find throughout the score “solo” and “tutti” markings, which indicate the places where, in the original version, the principal violin plays as a soloist or together with the second violin part. The euphonium soloist should play with a light, agile sound in “solo” sections and a fuller sound in “tutti” sections. While negotiating the significant technical challenges involved in playing a piece originally written for the violin, the performer may enjoy the intensity and excitement of Vivaldi’s compositional style.
–Gretchen RenshawLearn More
Instrumentation: Quintet Instruments: French Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, TubaA Quodlibet on Nettleton and Beach Spring: Learn More
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Instrumentation: Solo and Harp Instruments: Bass Trombone, Harp, Tuba
Genre: ContemporaryBass Trombone or Tuba with Harp:Commissioned by Brandt Attema and Astrid Haring and written during the winter of 2010-11. The composition was inspired by the spectacular images as seen through a satellite camera as the composer zoomed in on the coastline of The Netherlands. The strong narrative quality of the music couples with Buss’ unique style of soaring lyricism with crisp, energetic rhythms and colorful harmonies, makes this work accessible to a wide array of different types of audiences. Learn More
Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Trombone
Predator-Prey was written for the 2020 Regional Association for Research in the Gulf of of Maine Symposium. The piece explores six instances of predation in the Gulf of Maine with each movement taking us up a step in the food chain.
I. A school of fish swim through the open water. They take in water and filter it out through gill rakers finding the plankton within. They continue on searching for more food.
II. As the school continues to swim, a larger fish approaches. It picks a smaller member of the school and after a brief struggle swallows it. It is sated, it moves on letting the rest of the school swim away.
III. On the bottom, a starfish works to pry open a clam. It is hard, slow work, but once done the clam is enveloped.
IV. A large cormorant gracefully flies overhead spotting the large fish making the hunter the hunted. The first bout is a miss, the second attempt is a capture. The birds flies towards the horizon.
V. A harbor seal is swimming gracefully, little does it know a predator is lurking. A great white shark is closing, guided by smell. It springs it’s attack, the seal uses speed and flexibility to evade. The seal swims away.
VI. Unusual, but not unfamiliar sounds approach, a boat. The school of fish knows it must move. They are overtaken, tossed, tangled, and pulled up into the net. The remains of the school swim on.Learn More
Instrumentation: Trio Instruments: Flute, Percussion, Piano
Genre: ContemporaryAn exciting programmatic work in 2 main parts. A slow, mysterious opening segment is followed by a faster, rhythmic section which develops the opening ideas and builds to a strong and memorable climax. Percussion: Timpani (4), triangle, snare drum, glockenspiel, and temple blocks. Learn More