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  1. A Caged Bird

    Composer: York, Barbara
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Euphonium, Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary

    with Piano; Commissioned by the International Women's Brass Conference, 2014; Playable on Trombone or Euphonium.  Bass clef and treble clef solo parts provided.

    2017 The Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Festival Competition Music

    Video perfromance by Austin Seybert.

     

     

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  2. Amazing Grace

    Composer: Traditional Arranger: McDuffie, R
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Folk music
    For Trombone and Piano, this is a nice and traditional setting of Amazing Grace. It will work for a recital, church service or really any concert setting one can think of. Learn More

    As low as $15.00

  3. Andante and Allegro

    Composer: Reed, Scott
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
    Please see music samples for more info Learn More

    As low as $18.00

  4. Arpeggione Sonata

    Composer: Schubert, Franz Arranger: Werden, David
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
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    As low as $25.00

  5. Bill Bailey Won't You Please Trombone

    Composer: Bough, Thomas
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary

    with Piano

    audio is with concert band accompaniement

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  6. Carmen Fantasy

    Composer: Bizet, Georges Arranger: Elkjer
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Romantic
    with Piano; As recorded by Joseph Alessi on the Summit recording 'Trombonastics'. Learn More

    As low as $36.00

  7. Concertino No. 1, Op. 7

    Composer: Klengel, Julius Arranger: Everett, Micah
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Euphonium, Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Romantic
    with Piano

    suitable for Euphonium or Trombone Learn More

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  8. Concerto

    Composer: O'Toole, Anthony
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
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    $22.00
  9. Concerto

    Composer: Woodward, James
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
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  10. Concerto di Jazz

    Composer: Gomez, Alice
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary, Jazz

    with Piano

    Concerto di Jazz was commissioned by William Peter Kline in 2001. This composition is reminiscent of my experiences as a high school drummer playing in my family’s dance band. The first movement, Let’s Boogie, depicts the excitement that I felt at the beginning of each performance. The second movement, Fox Trot, reminds me of checking out the good looking “foxes” with my siblings at the gigs. The third movement, Nice and Sloe, brings to mind my first taste of alcohol, a Sloe Gin Fizz. The fourth movement, Last Call, characterizes the relief of finally ending a four hour gig.

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  11. Essay for Trombone

    Composer: Pethel, Stan
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
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  12. Grace

    Composer: Hobbs, Joshua
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano
    with Piano Learn More

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  13. Impromptu

    Composer: Duuren, Alex van
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary

    with Piano

    Impromptu for Trombone and Piano was written, as the title suggests, rather spontaneously. Classical improvisation has always been a favorite technique of mine; I very much enjoy simply sitting down at the piano and “composing” freely through improvisation, sometimes for up to forty-five minutes or more without a pause. These sessions for me are both personal and musical, but in a seemingly incompatible way, and with different affects. As a personal endeavor, I have always found improvisation to be essentially a meditative exercise for me; after a substantial bout of spontaneous music-making, playing the final note feels like emerging from a blurry and dream-like state. I’ve always enjoyed the markedly improved clarity and focus that I am granted in all my non-musical activities immediately following such an event. However in hindsight of my musical mind, these long sessions of improvisation have always been extremely unsatisfying…I’m not really able to retain any of the musical information which I created. The music that I made, with some choice moments of dictation-worthy value, is not only through-composed but essentially un-replicable. It has, of course, been suggested to me that I record these moments so that I might transcribe them later, however as with most creative things in this world, a true impromptu work requires complete spontaneity; I simply can’t improvise anything of real value on my own command. This is the reasons that I feel lucky to have wrote this piece.

    I suppose it was luck of the draw to have a brief stint of enough patience to combine composition with short bursts of improvisation. As both a trombonist and a pianist, I am thankful to have the luxury of improvisational facility on both instruments. The result is that the work is truly a duet, in that both the trombone and piano parts contain “original motives”. It is not the case that the piano part serves to accompany a melody in the trombone, because some music which you hear from the piano came as improvisational ideas before a trombone part was superimposed on top of it. And, of course, the opposite is true as well. Essentially, Impromptu was written like a jigsaw puzzle made of oddly shaped pieces; two jagged and asymmetrical chunks become balanced only when they find each other. I hope you enjoy pulling the pieces apart as much as I enjoyed putting them together.

    –Alex van Duuren

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  14. Lied Ohne Worte, Op.109

    Composer: Mendelssohn, Felix Arranger: Ruske, Eric
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Romantic
    with Piano; Song Without Words Learn More

    As low as $18.00

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