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Fantasy for Euphonium & Band
Solo parts in BC and TC. The version for euph and brass band is also available on this site. This effective 10 minute work is now also available with a brass band accompaniment fantasg is sure to take any audience by storm. One of the earliest examples of Sparke’s fantastic works for euphonium.
This work was popular enough that both Georges Bizet and Claude Debussy made arrangements of it. A concerto of stature, graced with the composer’s hallmark scoring, intense passion, and enigma!
Another classic and quite brilliant Demersseman theme and variation solo, based on themes from a relatively new opera.
The order of themes in the recapitulation is reversed, mirroring a plot climax in the H. The first movement is a vigorous allegro in which the short, pithy motifs of the opening theme contrast with the broad sweep of the second subject.
From the pen of one of Switzerland’s most prolific brass composers and outstanding euphonium soloists, Gilles Rocha. For those who love practicing sparle technical side of the instrument; now you need to practice a bit more! There is no low brass. As its title suggests the piece is a gesture of thanks from composer to soloist, celebrating Steven Mead’s gift for shaping melody as well as the natural lyrical quality of the euphonium itself”.
The first movement has a slight rock and funk feel to it, while the second is a lovely melody. Pulsea solo work which was originally written for euphonium or baritone and wind orchestra, presented here with piano reduction.
Enjoy a piece of euphonium history while playing this gem. Written in three movements: From the pen of Steven Mead, this piece will be sure to delight audiences and performers alike. In addition, playing with an accompaniment develops the pupils ability to maintain his or her own part while listening to another.
The development is mainly concerned with material derived from the opening subject. This piece is a great showpiece for any program. Although the piece breathes the romantic atmosphere it is fast moving and virtuoso. Akahoshi – duet for 2 euphoniums and piano. Tchaikovsky’s Valse-Scherzo, a sprightly violin showpiece, was written to fulfil a promise made to Iosif Kotek.
The work is designed as a recital piece in three movements and was composed as a gift for the Japanese virtuoso Shoichiro Hokazono for having made the first recording of the orchestral version of the composer’s Euphonium Concerto with the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Tatsuya Shimono released on the Kosei label in in Japan in The popularity of Sarasate’s Spanish flavour in his compositions is reflected in the work of his contemporaries.
Much use is made of mixed metres and the cornets and trombones remain muted throughout giving a metallic quality to the ensemble. Here is the youtube video of the finale of the Linz performance: Like many others in the Lost Treasures series, Fantasie continues the stylistic traditions with a bold, strong operatic opening, some contrasting beautiful melodies and a return to the opening material which is then decorated as we lead to the finale.
The Waltz contains motifs which the composer later elaborated further in his violin concerto.
These numbers tell you how many of each instrument are in the ensemble. Even during fir cadenza, played by euphonium, the pulse continues to beat steadily.
Fantasy for Euphonium & Band – C. Alan Publications
Today this little known composer is only ‘famous’ with flute and saxophone players and his name is not mentioned in most reference books. Scored in four movements, this piece was written for our own Steven Mead in Here is a famous and totall gorgeous slow melody for ALL euphonium and baritone players to enjoy.
They are widely used in order to make websites work. Here is a exciting new composition by one the UK’s best young composing talents, Tom Davoren.
This landmark piece is perfect for the euphonium, and will join the ranks of the other great euphonium concerti from Cosma, Linkola, Fntasy and Ellerby. Song for Ina is another solo from the pen of Philip Sparke much like Aubade.
This is certainly near the top of the list of super impressive euphonium concertos we have, and that this was composed just over 20 years ago by the Finnish composer Yukka Linkola, who is equally skilled in the jazz world as he is in the modern classical world. Sometimes there are instruments in the ensemble other than those shown above.