with Piano; 1. Something Wicked... 2. An Infernal
A great new addition to the Tuba catalouge by Mogens Andresen and Daniel Drage.
"O Holy Night" ("Cantique de Noël") is a well-known Christmas carol composed by Adolphe Adam in 1847
The piece is arranged in Eb-major. This makes it very easy for any Tuba player, beginner or advanced, to concentrate on nothing but making music
The movements are in the following modes (Dorian, Aeolian, Mixolydian and Lydian), which along with unique harmonies give them a very exotic sound.
The music is based on Edward Lavine, a famous vaudeville performer whose act was presented at the Marigny Theatre around the same time. It is the only work by Debussy composed as a musical portrait for a human personality.
Impromptu is a piano work which Dvorak wrote in 1883 at the behest of his friend Vaclav Juda Novotny to be inserted as a supplement into his music magazine.
Villa-Lobos' Pequena Suite is an early work written in 1913 originally composed for Cello and has been arranged for Tuba or BassTrombone and Piano by Ralph Sauer.
The Pavane's haunting subtlety and expressive melodies have made it hugely popular.
Ave Maria by Franz Peter Schubert (1797 - 1828) - Arranged for Tuba and Piano/Organ by Brian Bindner.
The Chants du Rhin (Songs of the Rhine), a cycle of six pieces, based on poems by Joseph Méry, is appropriate for advanced performers.
Four Pieces from Opus 11 arranged for Tuba or Bass Trombone and Piano by Ralph Sauer.
Your audience will love this little gem as the clock slows down and stops before the final cadence. It will make a great encore piece.
Mr. Sauer has beautifully arranged these songs for advanced performers and provided English translations of the lyrics for better understanding of the spirit of each song.
Ralph Sauer's landmark arrangement very successfully captures the spirit of the composition by carefully planning rests and managing the technical split between Tubist/Bass Trombonist and Pianist.
Written at the very end of the Romantic era in 1911, the melodies are beautiful, the harmonies lush and the rhythms intoxicating.
This fine lyrical arrangement of about seven minutes in length by Stan Pethel is appropriate for intermediate level Tubists or Bass Trombonists.
The work is about six minutes in length recommended for advanced performers and sets a deeply religious mood; reflective, pleading and expressive.
Mr. Sauer has deftly arranged these six short pieces of around 5 minutes in length for advanced performers.