Beethoven - Equale #1 - Brass Quartet
The equalis works beautifully for brass quartet as well - nicely demonstrated in this arrangement by Paul Bara.
Equale #1 - Beethoven - arranged for Brass Quartet by Paul Bara.
Beethovens 3 Equalis are a masterwork - written originally for equal voices or instruments - The trombones quicly adapted these equalies, and has since the 1800th century been synonymous with the trombone quartet. But the equalis works beautifully for brass quartet as well - nicely demonstrated in this arrangement by Paul Bara.
This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :
• 2 Bb Cornets
• 1 Trombone/F Horn
• 1 Euphonium
Paul Bara (b. 1955)
Paul Bara, founding member of Brassworks 4, was born and raised in Jersey City, NJ. He studied under Ardash Marderosian at Roosevelt University in Chicago where he earned his BM in 1978. His studies continued in New York with John Swallow and Per Brevig. From 1980 to 1992, Mr. Bara was principal trombonist with the New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra. As a freelance player, he performed with New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players, United Nations Symphony, Brooklyn College Symphony and numerous Off-Broadway productions. After operating a piano rebuilding business for twelve years, he and his wife Deborah "escaped" to the west. They now reside in Aztec, NM. Paul owns and operates "Baratone," piano tuning and rebuilding. He teaches trombone, euphonium and tuba at Ft. Lewis College in Durango, CO.
Paul can often be found at Riverview with a club in one hand and "mother's milk" in another.
Published with permission from BrassWorks4.