Baroque. J. S. Bach transcribed this lovely work, originally the famous Oboe concerto by Alessandro Marcello (the older brother of Benedetto Marcello) around 1730 and fashioned it into a Harpsichord Concerto No 3, BWV.974. The work is in three movements,Fast-Slow-Fast and is about 11 minutes in length. -the publisher
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Baroque. This work, edited by former Eastman School of Music professor of trombone John Marcellus, was originally a Concerto for oboe and Strings by Alessandro Marcello. Johann Sebastian Bach later adapted it for keyboard. Total duration 11:20. -the publisher/cdp
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Baroque period. First movement (BWV 1080, Nr 1) of Bach's final opus. Originally written in 4-part SATB open score form, and now believed to have been intended for performance on the harpsichord, here in an interesting transcription for solo euphonium & piano. --cdp
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Baroque. Originally for viola da gamba, and transcribed later for violin, viola (da Bratsch, or modern viola) as well as cello, these three sonatas also work well on trombone or euphonium. This new edition takes full advantage of the possibilities of the trombone. Intended for the serious performer. Each sonata is about 15 minutes in length. -the publisher
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Transcribed from the original for trumpet, these are Vincent Bach's (of Bach trumpet fame) long unavailable Hungarian Melodies. Originally published in 1923, the composer and soon-to-be world famous instrument and mouthpiece maker was already a former player in the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. A bravura piece that uses all kinds of Magyar licks, flashy cadenzas and virtuoso passages. Chosen as a selection for the 2007-08 Leonard Falcone competition (artist prelimina...
French. If you are looking for a piece with dramatic, expressive opportunities and a contrasting, light allegro movement, "Prelude and Ballad" might be just the right choice. The slow first movement is written in a minor key and gives ample opportunity for rubato playing. The "Ballad" features a light, quick articulated melodies in both major and minor keys. Finger dexterity in scalar passages, frequent large leaps (slurred), contrasting dynamics, moderate range.
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21st Century (2013). Casual dress has all but obliterated the once ubiquitous three-piece suit. Yet, in its day, a neatly tailored ensemble of trousers, vest and jacket was all a man needed to convey his essence to the world around him. Scherzo: Linear patterns and diatonic harmonies are used to suggest 'the suit trousers' and carry the energy and motion of a man with a purpose. His quickstep path along a busy city sidewalk sometimes requires him to skip around a puddle. But his direction is si...
20th Century (1935). French Conservatory. Single movement work opening in a slow B-flat minor, proceeding to a Poco piu Vivo section, and then finishing with a faster B-flat major section. A common contest piece. Distributed by Carl Fischer Publishing. Recorded by (editions may vary): Θ - Mark Kellogg, on Impressions - CD 83564 Θ - Carl Lenthe, on Audition Window - CD 46871
20th Century (1935). French Conservatory. Single movement work opening in a slow B-flat minor, proceeding to a Poco piu Vivo section, and then finishing with a faster B-flat major section. This work composed for the annual trombone competition at the Paris Conservatory in 1935. The lyrical Andante provides expressive phrasing opportunitites while challenging the trombonist with quick and agile yet soft and legato figures. The contrasting Allegro gives vent to the brilliant, virtuosic possibilitie...
20th Century. French. Originally for Bb or C saxhorn (euphonium) and piano. Written for upper beginners, this first third of the piece in a slow introduction, followed by a dance at twice the tempo. Very melodic and cheerful, this piece is really enjoyable to play and hear. -the publisher/cdp
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20th Century. French. Originally for Bb or C saxhorn (euphonium) and piano. Written for upper beginners, this first third of the piece in a slow introduction, followed by a dance at twice the tempo. (Introduction) (Dance)
20th Century. Morceau de Concours is a staple of the euphonium repertoire, especially for study of the French style. This work follows the standard Paris Conservatoire contest piece format; the beginning is slow and rubato, while the ending is technical and accelerates to the end. Bass & treble clef solo parts included. -the publisher (page 1 - bass clef) (page 3 - bass clef) (page 1 - treble clef) (page 3 - bass clef)