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Fanfare & Soliloquy for Tuba & Piano

Composer
Year of composition
2010
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Solo instrument + piano
Instrumental parts
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Fanfare & Soliloquy is an outstanding choice for a recital or contest piece for an intermediate-level student of the Tuba. The rousing Fanfare appears both at the beginning and end of the work, surrounding the lovely Soliloquy. While quite dramatic and featuring a few sections of technical challenge for the soloist, the work is also quite short and accessible - and a clear audience-pleaser!

A skilled accompanist would be most helpful given the mixed meters and frequent tempo changes; however, the work would also be a manageable challenge for a young pianist working on his or her accompanying skills!

Overall, the piece helps to fill an important void for the Tuba repertoire - that of new, original works for the instrument which are accessible for musician and audience alike

Parts in other transpositions and clefs are available on request.

This piece has been recorded by Saxtet Publications on a CD entitled Soprilogy, performed on Soprillo Saxophone by the incredible saxophonist Nigel Wood.

www.saxtetpublications.com

Follow this link to the CD link:

http://www.saxtetpublications.com/catalogue/viewrecording.php?id=295

The first Tubist to record F & S will get a free work from my store!

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