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Instrumentation: Tuba Methods/Studies/Etudes
Genre: Etude/methodThis etude, titled "Canticle of Endings", is for tubas of all keys. More than anything else, the emphasis should be placed on playing the note values correctly and accurately. Although it should fluctuate due to the performer's preference and capabilities, the tempo should be right around quarter note equalling 104-120. A brief pause may be used at the bottom of every other page to help while practicing or in performance. This etude is for a player in High School and beyond. Learn More
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Instrumentation: Tuba Methods/Studies/Etudes Instruments: Tuba
Although etudes, there are just three pieces in this set and they are more like extended unaccompanied works. Good for High School and beyond. The pieces are:
Overture for One (In Classic Style)
Fair and Warmer
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Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Euphonium, Piano
Genre: Romantic, Virtuosic
Visions for euphonium and piano was written in the fall of 2014. It was commissioned by Israeli euphoniumist, Ifat Meir in memory of her mother, Sara Shlaifstein Meir. Ifat told me that her mother went blind before she passed away and had only fleeting memories of vision. At times, her memories of vision were very vivid and at other times, they were faint. So this piece was written with that idea of having varying degrees of memory of vision, but not actual vision.
Visions is a one-movement fantasy. Loosely, it has a kind of sonata form. After a very short introduction, two themes are presented. The first theme is conversational between the piano and euphonium. The second, more expressive theme marked con moto is played together. After the initial two themes, a kind of development section takes the first theme through many far-reaching keys. Then, the initial two themes return, one half-step higher than the original statement. Finally, a lengthy coda which is based on the brief introduction and second theme, serves as a kind of secondary development section before bringing the piece to a close.