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
Selections include: Strauss: Allerseelen; Ostransky: Ballade; Herfurth: Farewell Serenade; Koepke: La Chasse; Flegier: Le Cor; Lenom: Melodie;
Mozart's Horn Concertos are staples of the solo horn repertoire - this well-known edition contains them all, along with the Concert Rondo for Horn.
Contents: Beethoven: Scherzo from Septet; Brahms: Scherzo from Serenade in D; Dukas: Villanelle; Frackenpohl: Largo and Allegro; Glazunov: Reveries; Handel: I See a Huntsman; Labor: Theme and
Strauss, Franz (1822-1905). Published by Masters Music Corp., Miami Lakes, FL. Copyright 1988. Reprint edition.
Selections include: Bourree (Handel/Dishinger); Chalet (Smith); Champagne Song (Mozart/Ployhar); Elegie (Scheurer); Hornpipe (Handel/Ployhar);
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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This is a straightforward yet beautiful arrangement of the famous tune. It will require sensitive musicianship and good technique, but is such a fine piece, it practically plays itself.
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