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Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Euphonium, Piano
with Piano (band version available soon)
Ms. Wan-Yun Liang is a young Taiwanese woman composer, whose works mostly focus on winds chamber music as well as ensemble works. The Euphonium Concerto, Ms. Liang’s latest composition, was commissioned by Shih-Yao Huang, a Taiwanese Baritone player, and the winds ensemble of National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan. This Concerto contains three movements. The first movement is in a sonata form with two contrasting style melodies. The second movement is titled “Rondo” and the main theme is played by the Alto Saxophone player. In the middle section of this movement, the music turns into a charming waltz and which leads goes back to the beginning section. The third movement is a fast dancing movement with a slow introduction. As a brass player herself, Ms. Liang is willing to give the solo part many fast tonguing passages as well lyrical melodies to demonstrate the specific characteristics of this instrument. This work was premiered in July 7th, 2018, by Shih-Yao Huang and the winds ensemble of National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, under the direction of Chwan-Yaw Foo.Learn More
Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Euphonium
For four Euphoniums, the music begins with an Andante con misterioso. The first theme is played by the second Euphonium, and the third Euphonium plays the accompaniment with a wave-like undulating figure. The second section is marked Allegro in 12/8, and the fast-sounding groups alternate with each other with more wave-like undulations. The third part is marked Adagio and allows the Euphoniums to express themselves with a lyrical melody which gradually adds counterpoint and rhythmic figures. This enrichment of the the music texture then leads the performers back to the second theme (Allegro) and the exciting conclusion to "In Suspension"!Learn More
Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Euphonium, Piano
with Piano; This piece features varied styles and is a nice challenge for an upper level High School player or College student.
Note: The sound and video are from the Band accompaniment version which will be available soon.
“Once in a Blue Moon” is a concerto for euphonium and wind ensemble written by a young Taiwanese composer, Wan-Yun Liang. According to the composer, this romantic piece is telling a story about “two lovers who coincidentally met, fell in love and watched the moon under the moonlight.” This piece consists of four sections without break. The music begins with a lovely main theme played by the soloist. This first section, marked Adagio, is in the style of the blues. It is followed by a fast section and a tango style third section. After a brief cadenza, the main theme comes back in a dance tempo. In this final section, the clarinet section will play the counter melody when the soloist presents the main melody. After that, trumpets and saxophones players will play the main tune while the counter melody will be played by the soloist. This represents the two lovers dancing happily under the moon.
This piece was premiered by the Euphonium player, Tzu-Hsiang Lin, and Taipei Symphonic Band in January 14th 2018, under the direction of Dr. Po-Yuan Ku.
This music has been selected as 2018 Taiwan Tuba Euphonium Competition Set Piece.
Instrumentation: Sextet Instruments: Euphonium, Tuba
Genre: ContemporaryEEETTT “The Battle at Daylight” was commissioned by S-Master Low Brass Ensemble and premiered on Feb. 16, 2019. This piece was composed for young Euphonium and Tuba players. The main theme is presented at the beginning by a solo Euphonium declaring the break of dawn. This piece consists of three parts after the prelude. The phrase of “Moderate” presents the main theme and gradually increases the texture entering into the second part which is “Con brio”. This represents the determination to fight for the daylight. The conclusion is the presentation once again of the prelude music and the first main theme, but in a more powerful fashion and concludes with majestic momentum. Learn More
Instrumentation: Quintet Instruments: Euphonium, Tuba
Espérer (Hope) was composed of three Euphoniums and two Tubas and is an ABA form. Section A consists of two themes: The first theme is played smoothly with a constant rhythm to express the spirit of the title “Hope” and the second theme is sung with a more relaxed melody line. The B section, which is more lyrical, allows the Euphonium parts to soar over the ensemble as they lead to the the return to the A section and the piece’s climactic conclusion.This piece was commissioned by the 2018 Taiwan Tuba Euphonium Festival to express the feeling of "hope" through clear and powerful music. It is the hope that through music more performers, both in Taiwan and abroad, will be interested in performing in Taiwan where they can express themselves through their art.Learn More
Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Tuba
This suite contains four movements that describe the special characteristics of a year’s four seasons. After reading poetry about nature and the changing seasons, the composer brought the poems to life through her music.
I. Autumn: The long and lyrical melody played by the soloist is accompanied by a repeated pattern from the piano. This symbolizes the dropping and rustling of the leaves from the wind in autumn.
II. Winter: The intense and fast passages, played by both the soloist and pianist, depict a fierce wind sweeping in the cold winter.
III. Spring: A warm, relaxing melody on top of a pastoral rhythmic pattern proclaims a new season is arriving. In the middle section of this movement, both players imitate singing birds. Although the melody is soft and warm, we can hear contrasting emotional changes that reflect the unstable weather in spring time.
IV. Summer: Passion, energy, and activity are all prevalent in summer. The composer uses a tango style to portray these concepts. The second main melody gives the image of a fireworks show in the summer night.