Search results for: 'tuba-euphonium quartet'
- Related search terms
- Tuba-Euphonium quartets, pdf
- tuba-euphonium quartet(('.,.
- Quartet horn trumpet trombone tuba
- tuba-euphonium quartet(('.,
Genre: Classical, Contemporary
ITEC Day 2 2016 Recital Pieces
If not marked download or shipped, the product is only available in the printed form.
CM1347 Suite for Euphonium, and Tuba - Barbara York (Ken Kroesche and Michael Taylor)
Euph., Tuba and Piano
TEP10340 Tubamobile - Thom Ritter George (Southern MS)
CM2369 Evolutions - Ben McMillan (Southern MS)
CM1651 Sizzl’ - Robert Denham (Aubrey Foard)
Tuba and Piano
EU405 St. James Infirmary - Primrose/Forbes (U of N IA)
CM2736 Convent Window - Joanna Ross Hersey (Joanna Ross Hersey)
EU402 Funeral March of a Marionette - Gounod/Forbes (U of AL)
TEP10878 Nocturno, Op. 7 - Strauss/Fischer (Jeremy McBride)
Tuba and Piano
CM2140 Tubaphonium Overture - Zach Collins (Murray State)
CM1477 Gravity Dances - Anthony Zilincik (Murray State)
CM1707 Runnin’ with Bydlo - Greg Danner (Murray State)
TEP10935 Declarations - David Uber (U of TN)
Starting at $10.00
Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Tuba
Unaccompanied; tuba part comes with C, B-flat and E-flat parts
Part of the VTEC 2021 solo competition:
Tuba - 60+: Convent Window (Joanna Ross Hersey)
Convent Window, an unaccompanied work for solo tuba, was composed for my latest compact disc recording Zigzags. After years of work as an arranger, this is my first original solo composition, and it is meant to call to mind a moment of quiet contemplation. I imagined Hildegard von Bingen, a woman whose life I much admire, pausing during her hectic day to look out of her office window, in a moment of calm reflection. Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179) was a German abbess who wrote music, poetry, biographies, works on medicine, natural history, and accounts of her personal mystical experiences. She is perhaps best remembered for her musical compositions intended for use at the convents, many of which have been preserved. My albums O quam mirabilis and Zigzags both feature solo tuba arrangements of her chant, a great way to explore Medieval Era literature. Convent Window is intended for intermediate to advanced performers as a low register feature, with slowly flowing melodic lines which alternate with quicker, more moving articulation below the staff. For recording links and more information, please visit www.joannahersey.com.
Joanna Ross Hersey