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Classic Festival Solos (Tuba), Volume 2

Piano Acc.

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Piano Acc.
Piano Acc.. Brass - Tuba Method or Collection. Classic Festival Solos. Book. 48 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.EL03896).

Item Number: AP.EL03896
ISBN 076925506X.

Classic Festival Solos, Volume II continues to afford the advancing student the opportunity to find performance materials graded from easy to more challenging, including exposure to a variety of musical styles. Many of these works appear on state contest lists. Contains: Aria from La Clemenza di Tito (Mozart, arr. Little) * Campus Queen (Weber) * Flow Gently Sweet Afton (Traditional, arr. Little) * Folksong Melodies (Traditional, arr. Ostling/Weber) * Neutron Stars (Belden, arr. Little) * On Wings of Song (Mendelssohn, arr. Ostling/Weber) * Rocked In the Cradle of the Deep (Knight, arr. Ostling/Weber) * Romance and Scherzo (Cohen) * Song from Timon of Athens (Purcell, arr. Little) * Sunday (Brahms, arr. Little) * Texas Horizons (Quate/Little) * The Tubateer Polka (Bell).

  • Texas Horizons  Additional credits Little
  • Romance and Scherzo  Additional credits Cohen
  • Song from Timon of Athens  Additional credits Little
  • Sunday  Additional credits Little
  • Aria (La Clemenze di Tito)  Additional credits Little
  • Campus Queen  Additional credits Carl Maria Von Weber
  • Neutron Stars  Additional credits Little
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 3

    Location:
    Santa Rosa, California
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • November 21, 2007 Where's the tuba part?

    The quality of the booklet was very good. The only thing I was disappointed about was that the actual tuba sheets were not part of the purchase. I have the piano parts with the small font tuba part for the pianist to see, but I wanted the separate tuba part...

    too.

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