"A Summer Night" for euphonium and piano is based on the composer's vocal setting of Elizabeth Drew Stoddard's sensuous poem. It begins with a languorous melody, evocative of a warm summer evening. The
The composer's homage to the Belgian singer-songwriter Jacques Brel, "Baby Blue Roses" was composed for the Trumpet Festival of the Southeast. The trumpet version includes both B-flat and C Trumpet
Set of variations for Euphonium and Piano based on Patriotica Costarricense, a song by Costa Rican composer Manuel Maria Gutierrez Flores considered by many to be the second national anthem of that country.
Euphony can be defined as the use of words and phrases that are distinguished as having a wide range of noteworthy melody or loveliness in the sounds they create. It gives pleasing and soothing effects to