Friedrich Radermacher (born April 14, 1924 in Düren) is a German composer and university teacher.Radermacher taught from 1952 at the Cologne Music Academy, from 1976 until his retirement
Raum, Elizabeth – Romance for French Horn and Piano.
Beautifully edited by Toronto trombonist Barnaby Kerekes, these beautiful songs are now available for Solo Horn and Piano.
Beautifully edited by Vancouver Symphony member, Douglas Sparkes. You will be thrilled with the sound of these songs. All audiences will love the sound of these songs for Horn and Piano.
Intermezzo from the "Crown of India" by Edward Elgar ( 1857 - 1934 ) - Arranged for French Horn and Piano by Brian Bindner. Standard Notation.
A short but beautiful solo for Horn and Piano transcribed by Seattle Symphony Trumpeter, Geoffrey Bergler. This haunting melody will sound in your ears for days. A great solo for an intermediate level student or an "easy" insert into a difficult recital program. Mr. Bergler has meticulously edited this work, it is a winner!
Regular Price: $12.50
Special Price $7.50
Adagio for Horn and Piano by W. A. Mozart (1756-1791) from flute Quartet K.285 - Engraved for Horn and Piano by Brian Bindner.
Originally written for French Horn or Cello and piano, the master later conceived a version with a rich orchestral instrumentation.
Bist du bei mir - for Horn and Piano - by Johann Sebastian Bach/Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel - Arranged for Horn and Piano by Brian Bindner
Horn Concerto No. 1 in E Flat Major - Opus 11 - by Richard Strauss (1864-1949) French Horn and Piano Reduction.
Auld Lang Syne is one of the most frequently sung songs on new years eve, written by Robert Burns in 1789.amongst others it is recorded by Elvis Presley and released on his album "Elvis" - New Year's Eve '76 (Live In Pittsburgh)
Song to Lotta (1991) for French Horn and Piano - by Jan Sandström
Written by French Romantic composer Charles Gounod in 1859, his Ave Maria consists of a melody superimposed over the Prelude No. 1 in C major from Book I of the Well-Tempered Clavier (BWV 846)