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Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Euphonium, Piano
Genre: Contemporarywith Piano Learn More
Instrumentation: Solo and Wind Band Instruments: EuphoniumWith Concert Band; The "Concerto for Euphonium" was written to celebrate the music prowess and unmistakable artistry of Dr. Demondrae Thurman. Each of the four movements is a tribute to him in a different way. In the first, the virtuostic potential of the euphonium is on display through the assymetric meter, extensive range demands and dual cadenzas. In the second, you can literally hear Demondrae singing his children to sleep with two French-Candadian lullabies. In the third, listen to his moving and beautiful rendition of his favorite spiritual, "Deep River." In the final movement, the joy of music and life explode into a triumphant, up-tempo setting of "Deep River." Bring your high chops, because this movement launches into the stratosphere! Learn More
Instrumentation: Solo and Brass band Instruments: Tubawith Brass Band; Suite Tuba is dedicated to Sam Pilafian, the tuba player and founding member of the Empire Brass Quintet. The four movement composition represents one of the most substantial works for solo tuba and concert band in the last decade. This work was written by a tuba player for tuba players. Each movement represents the musical character of the tuba in a different light. The first movement juxtaposes the rhythmic complexity of shifting asymetric meters with a conga-supported fusion jazz melody. The second movement offers the soloist a chance to improvise and take the melodic lead on the Dixieland classic tune That's a Plenty. The third movement, Lullaby, allows the melodic character of the tuba to take center stage. The fourth movement weaves themes from the previous three movements into original material to bring the composition to a stirring climax. Learn More
Instrumentation: Solo and Wind Band Instruments: Tuba
This version of Suite Tuba is for Tuba and Wind Ensemble. There is also a Tuba and Piano reduction version available.Learn More
Suite Tuba was written in honor of my doctoral advisor and applied instructor from Arizona State University, J. Samuel Pilafian. Although Sam is best known in the brass world for his ground-breaking performances as the tuba player and founding member of the Empire Brass Quintet, he was also the primary arranger and business manager for Empire for nearly 20 years. He is also an incredible teacher, who has trained thousands of musicians around the world. Sam had a profound impact on my career in all four areas, that is, as a player, a composer and arranger, entrepreneur and teacher. This composition is designed to reflect different elements of training and studying with Sam.
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Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Alto Sax, Baritone Sax, Soprano Sax, Tenor Sax
Fort Worth Funk was written to provide a light-hearted, engaging selection for Saxophone Quartet. It begins with a dramatic statement from the Baritone Saxophone, who lays down the opening groove. The other members of the quartet enter one at a time, while the composition builds to a virtuostic moment for the full quartet. The staggered entrances also provide an opportunity to stage theatrics as well. Appropriate rhythms and articulations are meticulously notated to help players achieve an authentic “funk” style in their performance. The piece is loosely based on the chord changes to the jazz standard “Well You Needn’t”, which appears briefly in swing style at the end of the piece. Chord changes and written solos are provided during the improvised sections, to bring the piece within the grasp of a wide spectrum of players.Learn More
Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: French Horn
Based on the J.S. Bach Chorale "Vater unser im Himmelreich", this is a high energy work for a college ensemble that will be a nice challenge for the performer as well a great listen for the audience.
Commissioned by the Alloy Horn Quartet and funded in part by the Meir Rimon Commissioning Assistance Program of the International Horn Society World Premiere, International Horn Society Conference, 2018Learn More