A beautiful Suite in 4 movements for Tuba or Bass Trombone transcribed and edited by Ralph Sauer, retired Prinicpal Trombonist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.
Georg Philip Telemann published his Twelve Fantasias in 1732-33, originally for the transverse Flute. In making this version for the Bass Trombone, Mr. Sauer has used all of Telemann's original tempos, slurs and dynamics, and expanded on these ideas when appropriate.
Trombonists may use these beautiful Baroque works to improve their musicianship and technique, as they are quite different from the usual Trombone solo fare.
The work has many moods in its 3 minutes of length. From frenetic to solemn this work is a great addition to the repertoire and can be an excellent addition to a recital for the advanced performer.
Bach's Unaccompanied Suites beautifully and meticulously edited for Tuba/Bass Trombone by Ralph Sauer, are now available for the first time in pdf format as a file download from our server to your computer. Mr. Sauer's thoughtful version of the Six Suites gives the performer "room to breathe" musically.
4 Sonatas - Orginally composed for piano by Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809) - Arranged for Bass Trombone and edited by Brian Bindner.
Twelve Fantasies for Bass Trombone - by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767). Transcribed and edited by Brian Bindner.