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  1. Carmen Suite

    Composer: Bizet, Georges Arranger: Buckley, Lewis
    Instrumentation: Wind Band
    Genre: Classical

    Selected Movements from “Carmen Suites 1 and 2”

    1. Les Toréadors

    2. Habanera

    3. La Garde Mantante

    4. Nocturne

    5. Danse Boheme

    Note:

    Digital score and parts are on 8.5x11 paper. 

    The printed version comes with an 11x17 score.

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  2. Coming Home...

    Composer: Denham, Robert
    Instrumentation: Mixed Ensemble Instruments: Clarinet, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
    for Bb Clarinet and Trombone It is a special feeling to come back to something or someone that is precious to us, even though we may have neglected them for one reason or another. We often think we have good reasons for losing touch, but upon coming back we feel a twinge of regret that it took us so long to move in the right direction. Perhaps we come back to our family, or religion, or cultural roots; perhaps we come back to ourselves, having lost a sense of what it is that defines us. This piece is dedicated to my niece, Carrie Johnston, and to my family; may we never be too busy, distracted, or proud to come back. Learn More

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  3. Prospect Haitian, A

    Composer: Robertson, Gail
    Instrumentation: Trio Instruments: Euphonium, Tuba, Cajon
    Genre: Contemporary
    For H(AR)K for HAITI Learn More

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  4. Blanchard Caverns Fantasy

    Composer: Sterrett, T.O.
    Instrumentation: Mixed Ensemble Instruments: Euphonium, Piano, Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary

    with Piano

    Written for Gail Robertson and Stacy Baker (SymbiosisDuo) Premiered May 24, 2019 - International Women's Brass Conference

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  5. Three Sketches

    Composer: Lester, Ian
    Instrumentation: Trio Instruments: Euphonium, Piano, Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary
    with 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

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  6. Where Leaves and Birds a Music Spin

    Composer: McMillan, Benjamin
    Instrumentation: Duet and Piano Instruments: Flute, Piano, Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary

    For Flute/Piccolo, Tuba and Piano

    From the composer:

    “Where Leaves And Birds A Music Spin” consists of six short movements, each loosely depicting a scene in nature.

    1. Borne On a Great Wind
    2. And the River Flows Ever Onwards
    3. Emerson’s Acorn
    4. Through Dawn Mist, A Doe
    5. Dauwtrappen
    6. Lithic Engines

    The first scene is a fantasy of being carried on the wind, rushing over the landscape below. The second follows the journey of a river, through winding meandering paths to rapids. The third movement is based on a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essay on History that reads, “The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn.” In the fourth, a scene unfolds of a foggy morning and the appearance of a doe. The word Dauwtrappen comes from Dutch and describes the concept of walking barefoot in the morning grass when the grass is still covered in dew. The final movement imagines the inner workings of the planet, with lithic, or rock and magma, engines driving continents, creating new lands, mountain ranges, as well as the slow destruction and recycling of the old.

    Although I have suggested scenes with each title, I don’t intend these to be concrete depictions, and the listener should let their minds wander freely and create their own scenes as the piece progresses.

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  7. Herr, nun låßt du deinen diener

    Composer: Ahle, Johann Rudolf Arranger: Siler, Nathan
    Instrumentation: Mixed Ensemble Instruments: Continuo, Trombone, Voice
    Genre: Baroque
    Trombone Quartet, Bassus and Basso Continuo Learn More

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  8. Pater, Peccavi

    Composer: Crotti, Archangelo Arranger: Siler, Nathan
    Instrumentation: Mixed Ensemble Instruments: Continuo, Flugelhorn, Trombone, Voice
    Genre: Baroque
    Canto, Flugelhorn, 3 Trombones and Basso Continuo; Il primo libro de concerti ecclesiastici Learn More

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  9. The Maurice Tango

    Composer: Hein, Silvio Arranger: Beyrent, John
    Instrumentation: Septet Instruments: Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, Clarinet, Flute, French Horn, Oboe
    Genre: Contemporary
    Composed in 1912, this arrangement comes to life in this chamber setting. It is quite a fun piece, but also challenging. A real crowd pleaser! Learn More

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  10. Concerto

    Composer: Peacock, Curtis
    Instrumentation: Solo and Chamber group Instruments: Bass, Percussion, Piano, Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary

    reduction with Rhythm section (recording is with wind ensemble)

    The Concerto for tuba and winds is in my usual Third-Stream style, but I utilized
    many new techniques for the first time in this piece. Jazz, rock, hip-hop and many kinds
    of classical styles come together in the Concerto. Polymeter, improvisation and intuitive
    swing notation play important roles in this piece as well as traditional four-part
    counterpoint and ancient Greek form. It is simply titled Concerto in a classical fashion
    but each movement has a more descriptive title.
    I. Swing Low
    II. Adagio
    III. Cutting Contest

    I utilized a customized variation on the classical concerto form: a sonata-allegro
    first movement, a slow second movement and a theme and variations finale.
    Philosophically, this piece explores the traditional nature of a concerto from several
    different angles. The first movement explores the cooperative side of a concerto. One
    Latin root of the word concerto is conserere, which means to join. The soloist and wind
    ensemble cooperate to produce many layers of polymeter in Swing Low. The Latin root
    certamen, on the other hand, means to fight. So while the first movement is a
    cooperative effort, the third movement, Cutting Contest, explores the idea of a musical
    battle between the solo tuba and the wind ensemble on a familiar tune.

    On March 6th, 2012, the Concerto was premiered in Seattle. Erin Bodnar led the
    University of Washington Wind Ensemble with myself soloing. The Central Washington
    University Wind Ensemble then recorded it with Dean Snavely conducting.

    This reduction of Concerto features two different versions of the third movement
    to allow for players to navigate the virtuosic fingering acrobatics on an E-Flat or F tuba.
    The solo lines at letter E were inspired by Arban’s Carnival of Venice.

    Curtis Peacock
    January 26, 2014

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