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Instrumentation: Duet Instruments: Piano, Tuba
Genre: Contemporarywith Piano; This is perfect for two aspiring high school Tuba players. It is a fun piece and not overly difficult. Learn More
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Instrumentation: Trio Instruments: Euphonium, Piano, Tuba
Genre: Contemporarywith Piano Three Sketches for Euphonium, Tuba, and Piano was written for the Conviviality Trio based out of Ann Arbor, MI. Non-programmatic and serious in nature, the work is divided into three distinct movements that feature all instruments prominently. The first movement begins mysteriously, struggling to find balance between joy and sorrow. The tension builds harmonically and dynamically into a brief yet powerful fast section. After a reprise of the original material, the piano rips into rapid octave jumps which begins the "Aggressively" section, which puts the technical abilities of all three performers on full display. The movement ends with the original material making one last return. The second movement begins with a slow, jazzy noir-like atmosphere set by the pianist before the tuba and euphonium enter, echoing each other throughout. A solo section follows, emphasizing the low register and the lyrical capabilities of the euphonium. The movement ends with a hypnotic back-and-forth progression between the three performers that diminishes to nothingness. The last movement again puts the technical capabilities of the performers on display. Beginning with several mixed-meter runs, the movement evolves into a tour de force finale that includes long, rapid runs in the piano and tuba and euphonium melodies in fourths. Learn More
Instrumentation: Duet Instruments: Euphonium, Tuba
In Memoriam was written in 2017 in memory of my aunt Janice Lester, who passed away from early onset Alzheimer’s the previous year. As the disease progressed, many memories and people faded from her mind, however, her love of music never went away. She always adored hearing me play slow melody pieces on my euphonium, and even in the late stages of Alzheimer’s, her eyes lit up as I played various works at her bedside in the assisted living home. Here, I attempt to convey her love of melodic writing along with the beauty of her kind, loving personality.Learn More