These duets are a unique and creative way to learn seven of the most popular horn solos. Duets include:
These duets are a unique and creative way to learn six of the most popular trombone solos. Duets include Cavatine (Saint-Saens); Andante and Allegro (Barat), Sonata No. 1
Depicting the enthusiastic courtship of two elephants in springtime, Hailstork's romp for two tubas is a programmatic two-part invention in the composer's own fresh voice. Springtime for Elephants
The title Three refers to three primary elements of the piece: a three- movement work, each of which is in three sections, performed by three players. The movements are composed ... view details
The famous Trumpet Tune and Air was originally written for keyboard but seems like it was meant for a more grand orchestration! The somber, minor Air is sandwiched between the celebratory
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Hailstork's duo for horn and trombone is a two-movement romp composed for Marlene and Bob Ford, hornist and trombonist of the East Virginia Brass. Each movement begins with a slow, swinging shuffle and
For 2 trombones & piano reduction, with optional 2nd piano and percussion. Written from trombonists Joseph Alessi and Jorgen van Rijen. The world premiere took place at the International Trombone
While having a solemnity about it, this duet exudes a simple joy depicting the picture of a pastoral scene. The duet lines are in constant harmony with each other while punctuating the lines with simple
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