Euph / Trom (Bass Clef) from In Paradisum (Faure's Requiem)
Faure's Requiem is without doubt his best known work and one that displays his magical way with haunting harmonies. In Paradisum is the final movement of 7 and, in the original, is scored mostly for a solo soprano with a very light acompaniment. This arrangment, whilst not especially demanding in respect of the actual notes, requires a player with the ability to play long, sustained, smooth phrases, mostly quietly and a strong emboucher will be essential. Although arranged for cornet/trumpet, it will also suite euphonium / baritone or tombone.
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