A selection of some of the most famous classical repertoire pieces which can be played as solos, duets, or quartets with optional accompaniment. CD available separately. Titles include: Overture...
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For solo tuba & symphonic band (piano reduction). First printing. Premiered in 2005 by Andy Carlson and the Illinois State Symphonic Winds. Five movements. Winner of the Harvey Phillips Award from the...
For solo tuba. First printing. This solo is derived from the solo in Soundings. Duration: ca. 2'. Score, 2 p.
A fun set of four titles for tuba and piano. The music paints the scenes and moods embodied in the titles by way of tone painting. Titles include: A Walk in the Park; A Walk at the Beach; A Waltz...
Designed for a first contest or recital performance, this grade 1-2 collection contains 15 pieces that have been carefully edited by tuba specialist Michael Salzman and Carl Strommen. Invaluable piano...
Everything the developing player needs for a great successful solo experience is included in this fun and educational set: 15 medium-easy Classical melodies, beautifully arranged by Philip Sparke; a CD-ROM...
The perfect vehicle for an end of the year soloist, this work is light, melodic, and not overly long. It affords the ensemble a refreshing sound and a light-hearted yet serious work to strike just the right...
Here's a fine collection of classic solo literature for contests, festivals, concerts and private study for younger performers. Includes an instrument-specific CD containing a demonstration recording with...
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