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Trombone and Euphonium Music Index (includes
music for bass trombone)
Trombone in chamber music - quintets and sextets (includes brass quintets & choirs)
BROM BONES for 10-part brass choir by Howard J. Buss musically depicts the character and exploits of Washington Irving’s dashing prankster in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. The musical ensemble consists of 4 Bb trumpets (an optional Eb part is included for trumpet 1), one French horn, 3 tenor trombones, one bass trombone, and tuba. This entertaining composition is cast in 5 movements, the first two are interconnected:
CASCADES for brass
quintet (2-1-1-1) by Roger C. Vogel. Musical “cascades” rush forth from one another throughout in this exciting new work. Cascades is divided into 3 main sections. A fast energetic opening eventually gives way to a slower section before the opening mood returns in increasing intensity to the rousing conclusion. This accessible composition makes an outstanding contest piece, feature number, or because of its character, a dashing encore. (4’) Grade IV-V.
CHROMATIC FANTASY (1997) for brass
quintet (2-1-1-1) by Howard
J. Buss was composed for the United States Air Force Brass Quintet.
This exciting and engagingtour de force is a riveting excursion
through driving ostinati and sparkling chromatic flourishes. Chromatic
Fantasy was premiered by the U.S.A.F. Brass Quintet at the Eastern
Trombone Workshop hosted by the U.S. Army Band in Ft. Meyer, VA. (8) Grade
CONCORD (1990) for
brass quintet (2-1-1-1) by Howard
J. Buss teems with the vitality of youth. Lyrical passages are juxtaposed
with fanfare-like sections to create a dramatic and festive atmosphere.
Written for the opening of a performing arts high school in Florida, this
exciting composition was winner of the 1991 Erik Satie Award
of New York City. This makes a
great contest piece or rousing feature number. (6) Grade V.
DREAM SEQUENCE (1987) for trombone or euphonium and 4 percussion by Howard J. Buss was inspired by Carl Sagans poetic observation about dreams: Late at night, when it is very still and the obligatory dreams have been dreamt, the gazelles and dragons begin to stir. Subdued, mystical sections contrast with energetic and rhythmic episodes in a manner resembling a progression of dreams. Percussion distribution: Percussion 1: Marimba, celesta (muted orchestra bells may be substituted), suspended cymbal, claves, and 2 cow bells; Percussion 2: Vibraphone, maracas, bass drum and temple blocks; Percussion 3: Orchestra bells, guiro, and 2 suspended cymbals; Percussion 4: Chimes (tubular bells), bongos, wind chimes, tam-tam, triangle, and lion roar. Worth programming and highly recommended. - Percussive Notes. (10)
Sound Samples: Excerpt 1.mp3; Excerpt 2.mp3; Excerpt 3.mp3 View on YouTube
PLANE DANCING (1984) for flute, trumpet, bass clarinet, bass trombone, and two percussion by Erik Lund is music with thrust and is intensely alive. Percussion distribution - Percussion 1: Three cymbals, tom toms (5), vibraphone, temple blocks, iron frying pan, cow bell, and brake drum; Percussion 2: Maracas. An excellent addition to the chamber music program. - Percussive Notes (5) Grade V. B402 $30.00
Excerpt 1 (the opening).mp3; Excerpt 2 (the ending).mp3 SONATA K. 380 by Scarlatti, Domenico for brass quintet (2-1-1-1), transcribed by Howard J. Buss. This delightful work was originally composed for keyboard by Domenico Scarlatti around the year 1754 and was entitled Sonata in E Major K. 380 (Longo 23). This transcription for brass quintet preserves the essential traits of the composers unique style, including his compositional use of register with florid treble parts and a strictly functional, supportive bass. (630) Grade IV.
SONIC FABLES: Lessons from Aesop (1991) for brass quintet (2-1-1-1) and one percussion by Howard J. Buss. Entertaining musical
representations of 6 of Aesops famous fables are presented between
a Prelude and Postlude. The text of the fables is printed
on a preliminary page to the score and may be used as written program
notes. Each fable may also by recited by a member of the ensemble or a
narrator prior to performing the accompanying movement. Because of the
programmatic subject matter and the colorful spirit of the music, Sonic
Fables works well with all types of audiences, including those
of children. It is frequently used as a feature number by professional
ensembles on school programs. Percussion: 2 suspended cymbals, temple blocks, snare drum, tomtom, triangle, tambourine,
wind chimes, xylophone, and tam-tam. The total
duration is about 17 minutes; however, the 8 movements may be performed
in smaller groupings if so desired by the performers. (18)
WARP! (1994) for brass quintet by Robert J. Frank. The title was inspired by the term from Star Trek where warp engines would bend time and space to propel the ship at incredible speeds. Exploring relationships between time and space in a musical sense, this work begins with motives and fragments free-floating in space. These gradually build in energy and motion until coming into phase with one another. After this cadence, a motor section expands and develops the previous free-floating motives over driving, repeated patterns. As the speed increases, these motives fade in and out of phase with each other until the motives come back into phase at "warp speed" in the exciting conclusion.Warp! is a fun and exciting concert feature! (3') Grade V.
Warp! sound sample: Excerpt.mp3 (966KB)
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