Frontier Fanfare

Composer: Gulino, Frank
Instrumentation: Brass Choir Instruments: Euphonium, French Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba
Genre: Contemporary

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4 Trumpets, 4 Horns, 4 Trombones,  2 Euphoniums and 2 Tubas

School Of Brass artists:

Trumpet

Louis Dowdeswell – Youtube Content Creator & Music Producer

Elisabeth Fessler – Harmonic Brass & Trossingen University (Germany)

Jennifer Marotta – USC Thornton School of Music

John Powlison – American Military Musician

Rex Richardson – International Soloist and Jazz Artist

Michael Sachs – Principal Trumpet, The Cleveland Orchestra

Isaac Winland – West Liberty & Mount Vernon Nazarene University (trumpet and music technology)

Horn

Elizabeth Freimuth – Principal Horn, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Albert Houde – Principal Horn, West Virginia Symphony

Ben Jacks – Principal Horn, Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Hugo Valverde – Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

Larry Williams – Yamaha Performing Artist / Clinician

Trombone

Hakeem Bilal (Bass) – West Virginia University, River City Brass, C Street Brass, Beauty Slap

Gabriel Colby – Wellness Coach, River City Brass, C Street Brass, Beauty Slap, Nu Deco Ensemble

Cristian Ganicenco – Principal Trombone, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Frank Gulino (Bass) – Composer in Residence, Edwards Artist/Clinician

Jim Nova – Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Tim Smith (Tenor and Bass) - Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra

Jessica Sneeringer – Athena Brass Band, Central Ohio Brass Band

Euphonium

Jason Casanova – Georgia Brass Band, Kennesaw & Jacksonville State Universities

David Childs – International Soloist, University of North Texas

Adam Frey – International Soloist, University of North Georgia, SchoolOfBrass.com Artistic Director

Mark Jenkins – American Military Musician, George Mason University

Michael Waddell – Hiram College, SchoolOfBrass.com Technical Director

Tuba

Øystein Baadsvik – International Soloist

Zach Collins – Indiana University of Pennsylvania

James Gourlay – River City Brass, Duquesne University

Carson McTeer – West Virginia University & Principal Tuba, West Virginia Symphony

Christopher Olka – Principal Tuba, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Gene Pokorny – Principal Tuba, Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Chamber Groups

C Street Brass (Brass Quintet)

Keystone Quartet (Tuba-Euph Quartet)

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Summary

    Frank Gulino, a native of New York City, now resides in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area, where he maintains an active schedule as a composer and bass trombonist. Frank holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Bass Trombone Performance from The Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University, where he studied with Randy Campora, Jim Olin, and David Fedderly, all of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Frank has also studied with Vincent Belford of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and jazz artist Bob Ferrel.

    As a trombonist, Frank has appeared at Carnegie Hall, the Music Center at Strathmore, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), and the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, home of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. He has also served on the faculties of the DC Trombone Workshop, Shepherd Trombone Workshop, Mid-Atlantic Trombone Alliance, and ITF Composers Workshop. Frank is an artist/clinician for the Edwards Instrument Company and performs on Edwards trombones and Griego mouthpieces.

    As a leading composer of contemporary brass chamber music and recital literature, Frank has had works commissioned, performed, and recorded by some of the world's foremost brass players, including euphonium virtuoso Steven Mead, the Israel Tuba Duo, and members of the Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, National, Philadelphia, and St. Louis symphony orchestras, as well as members of all four DC-based premier military bands. Frank's works have been performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the United States Capitol in Washington, DC, as well as at venues in Argentina, Estonia, Italy, Latvia, Mexico, Panama, Portugal, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and Uruguay. Additionally, Frank's music has been performed at dozens of colleges, universities, and conservatories, both domestically and abroad, and remains exceedingly popular among performers and audiences alike. Frank is a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) and is a multiple winner of the ASCAP Plus Award in the Concert Music category.

    Frank's works, published by The FJH Music Company, Cimarron Music Press, and 200 Miles to Arnstadt Publications, are available from major music distributors all over the world, including J.W. Pepper, Hickey's Music Center, and SheetMusicPlus. Additionally, Frank's works have served as the required repertoire for the ITA George Roberts Bass Trombone Competition, ITEC Solo Tuba Competition, IWBC Susan Slaughter Solo Competition, Taiwan Tuba-Euphonium Competition, Busan Music Competition, and Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Competitions, among others.

    More Information
    SKU CM5046
    Price 22.00
    First published 2018
    Delivery PDF download, Shipped (printed)
    Composer Gulino, Frank
    Instrument Euphonium, French Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba
    Instrumentation Brass Choir
    Genre Contemporary
    Grade 5
    Duration 5
    Publisher Cimarron Music Press
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