For solo tuba, by Giovanni Battista degl’ Antonij, this piece is an important precursor to the Bach unaccompanied cello suite.
These five pieces are a good introduction to the viol music of the 17th century.
Written in honor of Robert Leblanc’s 25 years of tuba teaching at Ohio State University, A Time For…
Angular melodies, changing meter and tempos make this solo tuba piece a challenge.
For solo tuba, this contemporary work demands considerable technique and is suitable for an advanced high-school or college student.
The five movement suite for tuba reflects a variety of moods, and was intended to represent a day in a child’s life.
This well known brass piece has been luxuriously arranged for trumpets and keyboard to provide an elegant slow movement for concerts or ceremonies.
For concert and ceremonial settings. The organ part has been produced in D and in Bb, and the trumpet parts come with suggested ornaments and optional descants.
The tune is stated by the trumpets, and when restated, the tune is greatly embellished. The organ pedal part usually doubles the bass line of the left hand, so this could be played on piano if desired.
This was the first in our new line of works for two trumpets and keyboard, which was developed by Portland (Maine) Symphony principal trumpet John Schnell, and organist David Maxwell.
These ten trumpet trios give the beginning student the opportunity to work on blending sounds in a trio, developing pitch, and working on 6/8 and 3/8 time signatures.
This fanfare is written for three trumpets and “Basse” which could appropriately be played on the timpani, trombone, or both.
This short Renaissance work is excellent for an intermediate trumpet trio.
This book of 12 hunting trios is written for three trumpets.
All Hail the Power is based upon the three major settings of this hymn text.
These delightful little pieces will provide much enjoyment and training for your good junior high trumpet players.
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