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Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Euphonium, Tuba
This collection of quartets is designed for players who may have had limited experience with small ensemble performance. The ranges are moderate and the rhythms are not complex. Each of the selections offer ensemble and solo or featured passages for all players. Styles, tempos and meters vary from one piece to another. Of course, more advanced players can certainly play and enjoy this set, but the less experienced can have some success with pieces that allow them to concentrate on the musical and ensemble aspects, rather than being slowed by technical elements. These are also designed for the listener’s enjoyment. Enjoy the quartets! Learn More
Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Tuba
Genre: Contemporarywith Piano
Concerto for Tuba is an easy level piece designed to introduce inexperienced tuba players to the world of accompanied solo performance. The ranges are moderate and the rhythms are not difficult. The format is that of a traditional three movement concerto, with movements labeled Moderato, Andante, and Allegro. For middle school or high school players, this piece can be a real confidence builder and help them reach a level of success, while being entertaining for the listener. Learn More
Instrumentation: Brass Quintet Instruments: 2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone and Tuba
Genre: Contemporary“Three Times Five” is a brass quintet in three movements. The movement names: Procession, Tranquility and Excursion, describe the mood in each case, without providing an actual or implied story. Throughout the piece, each instrument is featured in melody and ensemble roles, and the performance level is medium difficult. The horn is, perhaps, featured more than in some similar compositions. The first movement begins with a fanfare section before settling into the “procession” tempo. The second movement is calm and peaceful, as the movement title suggests. The final movement is more up-tempo with more moving notes and several meter changes. Three Times Five will be fun and interesting for players and listeners alike. Learn More