Cornet/Euph Duets

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  1. blue juice

    blue juice Member

    Can anyone suggest any decent cornet and euph duets? Any standard
     
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  3. jockinafrock

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    Soft Shoe Shuffle by Roy Newsome and Carnival Duet (Based on Carnival of Venice no less!) arr by Steven Booth are canny! :D
     
  4. KMJ Recordings

    KMJ Recordings Supporting Member

    Foxtrot Between Friends / Gordon Langford (Chandos....I think)
     
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  6. Accidental

    Accidental Supporting Member

    Softly as I Leave You works with a couple of minor tweaks.
    Brindisi from La Traviata
    I'll Not Turn Back
    Tete-a-Tete
    Time and Eternity
    and didn't James Watson & Bob Childs do Panis Angelicus when they were at Dyke?
     
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  7. killer

    killer Member

    The Prayer, flug and euph but will work fine with cornet, arranged by Mark Wardle.
     
  8. When Jesus Wept, and All I Ask of You. Sorry, I don't know the arranger of either one
     
  9. leisa

    leisa Active Member

    All I Ask of you from Phantom of the Opera is nice
     
  10. leisa

    leisa Active Member

    Sorry, Did Not see thhe post above :-S
     
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  13. Kerwintootle

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    I just sprayed coffee at the laptop when I read that!

    Wasn't there one called Amigos Para Siempre, we used to play it at Sellers a million years ago. Simon has done two, one called 'Hunting High & Low' and 'Poles Apart' which are like musical duels and have some fun in the cadenzas. Contact: info@modefor.co.uk for more details.

    Cheers
     
  14. mclaugh

    mclaugh Member

    A lot of Salvation Army theme-and-variation type solos work very well as duets. Just trade phrases back and forth between instruments.

    Also, take a look at Endearing Young Charms (with band accomp) arranged by Dave Werden. Works best with two of the same instrument (euphs, cornets, flugs) but is still pretty darn good with any combination of euph/flug/cornet. [Note: the sample PDF on the linked website is scored for bass clef, but the package includes both BC and TC parts.]
     

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