• Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano
  • Chaminade – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano

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The Six Romances, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano were originally composed for solo Piano, each one being dedicated to a different gentleman.


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Chaminade, Cecile – Six Romances Without Words, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano.

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The Six Romances, Op. 76 for Euphonium and Piano were originally composed for solo Piano, each one being dedicated to a different gentleman.

The six movements are titled:

1. Souvenance
2. Élévation
3. Idylle
4. Églogue
5. Méditation
6. Chanson Bretonne

The length of the entire six movement suite is about 16.5 minutes and playable by advanced performers.

The sound samples are excerpts from a masterclass at the 2012 Music Academy of the West with Steven Warren, Trombonist and Miles Fellenberg, Piano performing movements 1-3 and Trombonist Kelton Koch, Trombonist and Yu Ra Kim, Piano performing movements 4-6.

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