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Teutonic Tales

By Robert W. Smith

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Tuba solo with piano accompaniment - Grade 4
Composed by Robert W. Smith. Solo. Audio recording available separately (item CL.WFR371). Set of parts. Composed 2010. Duration 9 minutes, 40 seconds. Published by C.L. Barnhouse (CL.084-3987-39).

Item Number: CL.084-3987-39

Teutonic Tales is a suite for tuba inspired by Germanic and Nordic mythology. The suite was composed for and is dedicated to Mike W. Roylance, principle tubist in the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Mvt. 1 - Demon Dance - In German mythology, a demon is a supernatural being that is generally described as a malevolent spirit. The countless tales of trolls, werewolves, and other figures in Teutonic folklore have stirred imaginations for centuries. Mvt. 2 - Freya - Freya was the goddess of beauty and love. A beautiful, blonde, blue-eyed young woman, she was the sister of Frey and in later traditions the wife of Odin. Mvt. 3 - Thor's Hammer - Thor was the personification of thunder and the principal war god. He was armed with a hammer that returned to his hand after he hurled it at enemies, a belt that doubled his strength when he wore it, and iron gloves that helped him use the hammer effectively.

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