A festive fanfare composed as a canon except to create a neat ending. Dedicated, to my dear Toronto Symphony colleague and friend, Johnny Cowell, on the occasion of his 90th birthday.
A very short fanfare in limited ranges for two trumpets and trombone.
A brief fanfare in limited range for 2 trumpets in B-flat, trombone and tuba.
A festive fanfare for 7 brass: 3 trumpets, 3 trombones and tuba. Dedicated to my Potsdam State Teachers College school mate and denizen of the bass trombone, Charles A. Cardona. Contact the composer if your are interested in a versions with added percussion or for full band.
A short, easy work for program variety.
This portion of a Beethoven piano sonata makes a fine warm-up, ensemble exercise or short concert selection. For 2Ob, 2Cl, 2Hn, 2Bn
Dedicated "To my bass instrument colleagues". Could the title "OH!" mean Ohio? Full score and parts for standard British brass band. A perusal score is available.
This moody, single movement work calls for a quartet of soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones. The passacaglia ostinato appears first in the baritone sax, then works its way through all the instruments. It is dedicated to The Ohio State University School of Music's beloved emeritus theory professor Dr. Burdette Green.
This work is also available in a printed format at [1511A Rev].
I've re-titled the canonic fanfare to honor my college harmony teacher and distinguished American composer Arthur Frackenpohl on his 90th birthday in 2014. On receiving the score Dr. Frackenpohl, ever the wonderful teacher, reminded me that the piece was not a strict canon! The piece can be played on B-flat or C trumpets. The music is the same - unchanged from the original and now superseded title!
A printed version is available at SKU . PDF versions are sent to buyers after we confirm payment.
Two dances, “Buckley’s Favorite Reel” and the “Saratoga Hornpipe” can be found in early 19th century collections of American dance music. The setting recalls the jubilant, foot-stomping, rhythmical drive of the country fiddlers, banjoists and washtub-bassists who played the music.
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