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- ITEC Day 4 June 2, 2016
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ITEC Day 4 2016 Recital Pieces
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TEP11089/11090 Hexagon - Anne McGinty (Mark Nelson and Matt Tropman)
6 Movements - Euph/Tuba Solo and Duet with Piano
TEP10034 Contrapunctus IX - Bach/Forbes (IN U of Purdue)
TEP10788 Bacchanale from “Samson and Dalila” - Saint-Saens/Wilson (E Carolina U)
TEP10733 A Little Monster Music - Elizabeth Raum (E Carolina U)
TEP11088 - Prelude in C# Minor - Rachmaninov/Renshaw (Ensemble Subsonique)
CM2594 White Keys - Zach Collins (Atlas)
CM2860 Ascendance - Ben McMillan (Atlas)
CM1775 Power Play - Frank Gulino (Atlas)
TEP10438 Mars - Holst/Butler (Appalachian State U)
TEP10287 Tubas Latinas - Aldo Rafael Forte (Oakland U)
Tuba Ensemble and Percussion
CM1481 Night on Bald Mountain - Mussorgsky/Sutherland (Presidio Brass)
CM2925 Shenandoah - arr. Scott Sutherland (Presidio Brass)
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- Finale from "American String Quartet No. 12 in F Major"
To $36.00Composed in Iowa, this String Quartet has been popular since its inception and soon became a staple of the repertoire. This arrangement for Brass Quintet by Paul Chauvin stays true to the original, but offers a new challenge to brass players and enjoyment for the audience. It is peppey, fun and quite a blast to perform! Learn More
- Fanfare and Dance
A contemporary composition for Brass Quintet by William Price. This was written for for Jim Zingara and the UAB Faculty Brass Quintet . It is up tempo and exciting. Perfect for a college ensemble and can be played by:
2 Trumpets, Horn, Euphonium and Tuba
2 Trumpets, Euphonium, Trombone, and TubaLearn More
- Road Rage
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This piece for brass quintet started life as a somewhat awkward mixed-meter groove. I began to layer different textures over the top and when I played some of it for my wife, she said it sounded like traffic. I took that idea and went with it.
Road Rage consists of several different scenes in a standard daily commute. Imagine you’re in a traffic helicopter watching from above, with each instrument featured as we focus attention on each vehicle before returning to the opening thematic material to end the work.
In order to help you visualize the scene: Tuba = a semi-truck, just moving along at its own pace, maybe a bit hopped up on No-Doz to make it to the end of the route; Horn = sports car, zooming through traffic just a bit too fast; Trombone = an emergency vehicle, moving quickly and confidently, hitting the siren every once in a while to warn the tuba and horn it’s coming through; Trumpets = commuters, annoyed at the confusion that others are creating and honking their horns in protest. In the fall of 2004, Road Rage was selected for performance at the Appalachian State University Brass Chamber Music Forum, honoring the 50th anniversary of the New York Brass Quintet, where it received an award for excellence in composition.Learn More
- Twelve Christmas Carols
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- Tribute to Stephen Foster
Stephen Collins Foster (1826-1864) is often referred to as “the father of American music.” Many of his numerous songs serve as a window into the spirit of America in his day. Others are exquisitely sentimental. Whether or not one approves of the lyrics of his minstrel songs, the enduring beauty and vitality of his melodies cannot be denied.
Like Foster, the arranger of this quintet, Howard J. Buss, was born in Pennsylvania. He now lives in Florida, where the official state song is Foster’s “Old Folks at Home,“ also widely known as “Swanee River.” Buss states, “The State of Florida revised the lyrics of this song in 2008 to take the edge off their minstrel origins, I also believe it was wise to update the words in order to preserve the music. In this instrumental arrangement, the original music is preserved while showcasing it in a more modern musical framework.“
In addition to the six Foster songs in this arrangement, Buss interjects two other well-known melodies. The “First Call” bugle call is woven into the tapestry of Camptown Races” and “The Girl I Left Behind Me” serves as a partner song to “Ring, Ring, the Banjo.”
- “Old Black Joe” (2’)
- “Camptown Races” (1’40”)
- “Beautiful Dreamer” (2’15”)
- “Old Folks at Home” also known as “Swanee River” (2’12”)
- “Ring, Ring the Banjo” – “Oh, Susannah!” (2’41”)
The movements may be played individually or in smaller groupings. The total duration is approximately 11’ without pauses between the movements.Learn More
To $36.00Musical “cascades” rush forth from one another throughout in this exciting new work. Cascades is divided into three main sections. A fast energetic opening eventually gives way to a slower section before the opening mood returns in increasing intensity to the rousing conclusion. This accessible composition makes an outstanding contest piece, feature number, or because of its character, a dashing encore. Learn More
To $36.00The title was inspired by the term from Star Trek where warp engines would bend time and space to propel the ship at incredible speeds. Exploring relationships between time and space in a musical sense, this work begins with motives and fragments free-floating in space. These gradually build in energy and motion until coming into phase with one another. After this cadence, a motor section expands and develops the previous free-floating motives over driving, repeated patterns. As the speed increases, these motives fade in and out of phase with each other until the motives come back into phase at "warp speed" in the exciting finish. Learn More