Bass music hunting!

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by Ozzielover, Aug 3, 2012.

  1. Ozzielover

    Ozzielover New Member

    Hi, please help if you can;
    I am searching for some new music for our village band, we want some solos and features for our bass section,
    there are 6 of us at the moment,and it would be good to challenge us and make use of us, but
    I have been dissapointed to find that many solos start of melodiously and then end up being variations on a theme...
    Or are just unashamedly a study from the start,we are not a contesting band but we do lots of entertaining through the year and none of us basses particularly want to show off technically, we prefer a melody an audience will recognise or at least tap feet to.
    So as you can imagine this is proving tricky......
    Any suggestions or help will be gratefully recieved.:D
     
  2. Andrew Norman

    Andrew Norman Member

    Very melodious - toe-tapping and not a study - try my version of Tea For Two here
    only £10 to Print & Play.
    email andy@pdfbrass.com if you would like more info or sample parts.
     
  3. Ozzielover

    Ozzielover New Member

    Thanks Andy!

    huge appreciation!
     
  4. Just Music have Temptation Rag (tuba quartet)
     
  5. brassbandmaestro

    brassbandmaestro Active Member

    Go on the Canadian Brass's site. They have loads of music on there!
     
  6. Ozzielover

    Ozzielover New Member

    Thanks

    Thanks for the heads up... i will have a look x:D
     
  7. Ozzielover

    Ozzielover New Member

    thanks

    Thanks very much, sounds good i will investigate....
    I have to find something nice as we have two very timid BBbassists! :D:D
     
  8. sconemaster

    sconemaster New Member

    Hi Ozzielover

    I've recently put a bass feature "Hector's Theme" on my website. If you follow the link http://www.croftmusic.co.uk/simpler_pieces.html you'll find it second on the list. Feel free to look at the score, listen to a version, and of course download if you feel it might be useful.

    Good luck with your search!

    Chris
     
  9. Thirteen Ball

    Thirteen Ball Active Member

    Dare I suggest William Rimmer's "The Merry Men?" Used to knock that out as a section feature in my junior band days.

    Probably not in print any more though....
     

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