Euphonium part from A Serenade for Trombone, Baritone or Euphonium & Keyboard

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Full details

An arrangement for Trombone or Euphonium(BC) of Schubert’s Serenade.

List of compositions by Franz Schubert:

Schubert wrote almost 1000 works in a remarkably short career. The largest number (over 600) of these are songs.

He wrote 7 complete symphonies, as well as the two movements of the "Unfinished" Symphony, a complete sketch (with partial orchestration) of a ninth, and arguable fragments of a 10th. There is a large body of music for solo piano, including 11 complete sonatas and many short dances, and a relatively large set of works for piano duet. There are nearly 30 chamber works, including some fragmentary works. His choral output includes six masses. He wrote only five operas, and no concertos.


Composer
Franz Schubert
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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