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ITEC Day 1 2016 Recital Pieces
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CM2675 The Struggle Within - Jonathon Oliver (TN Tech)
CM0168 Quartet for Brass - Ramsoe/Buttery (The Alchemy Quartet)
CM 0108 Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star - Mozart/Werden (The Alchemy Quartet)
TEP10752 Procession of the Nobles - Rimsky-Korsakov/Butler (KS State U)
CM2875 The Girl with the Flaxen Hair - Debussy/Maxwell (KS State U)
OV1001 Cat Affairs - Anna Baadsvik (Beth Mitchell and Alex Lapins)
Tuba or Euphonium duet and Piano
TEP10287 Tubas Latinas - Aldo Rafael Forte (Oakland U)
Tuba Ensemble and Percussion
BW0494 Suite for Six Tubas - Barton Cummings (UCLA)
TEP10221 Quatre Chansons (UCLA)
CM2117 Four Paintings by Grant Wood - Barbara York (John Manning)
Tuba and Piano
TEP10697 Concerto per Flicorno Basso - Amilcare Ponchielli (Benjamin Pierce)
Tuba and Piano
OV0713 Vise (Simple Song) - Skomsvoll (Oystein Baadsvik)
Tuba and PianoLearn More
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Instrumentation: Octet Instruments: Euphonium, Percussion, Tuba
Genre: Contemporary4 Euphs, 4 Tubas and 3 Percussion; with special thanks to Mr James Barnes, Mr. Scott Watson, and the K.U. Tuba and Euphonium Ensemble Learn More
Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Euphonium, Pianowith Brass Band Learn More$80.00
Instrumentation: Solo and Wind Band Instruments: Euphoniumwith Band Learn More$150.00
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: Quartet Instruments: Euphonium, Tuba
Genre: ContemporaryGrind was written for the UMKC tuba and euphonium ensemble in late 2018 and is meant to represent the constant moving and turning of clock gears. The piece begins with the first tuba introducing the rhythmic foundation with the rest of the ensemble joining in to create a driving composite rhythm. Brief moments of jarring interruptions slice through the otherwise subtle material. Euphonium and tuba features follow, with the lyricism of the two instruments being showcased. A powerful triple-forte segment then transitions into a tranquil, chorale section led by the tubas. Quick fragments of the original material lead into a recapitulation of the beginning that slowly diminishes until the clock ceases to tick. Learn More
Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Euphonium, Piano
Sonata No. 1 is a challenging, extended work for euphonium and piano. The first movement is a joyous and fast-paced study of the technical abilities of the euphonium. It is largely based off syncopations involving eighth and sixteenth notes, varied throughout the movement through sequencing, slight changes within the main motive, and changes in harmonic structure.
The second movement draws inspiration from the feeling of utter hopelessness that comes from losing a loved one. I tried to capture this bleakness with an almost drone-like euphonium and piano part that for the most part stays stagnant, but slowly builds up to a climax of despair.
The last movement is a tour-de-force that cycles through two separate themes before coming to a sudden tranquil section. This section is set by an ethereal piano progression soon joined by a flowing melody in the euphonium. A euphonium cadenza leads back into the original theme to close the piece.Learn More