Cornet/horn duets

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by grandfilth, Feb 23, 2004.

  1. grandfilth

    grandfilth Member

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    Hi is anyone aware of any conet/horn duets for band? I might be doing a guess soloist spot and me and my bro are supposed to do one.
     
  2. Chuckles-tuba

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    My brother (horn) did Lakme's Flower Duet with a flugel horn and this worked well. The horn part gets a bit high in places as it was originally scored for two cornets.

    I can't remember who arranged it but it is published by SP&S.
     
  3. Kari Anson

    Kari Anson Member

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    I'm sure that Andrew Lloyd Webber's All I Ask Of You is for Horn and Cornet. Much better played with a hetrosexual duet though. Don't suppose two blokes would have the same impact.
     
  4. tubagod

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    "Aria" by Tom Brevik is a nice duet for Horn and Cornet slow melody.



    Martin
    Eb-Bass
    Nordvestjysk Brass Band
    Denmark
     
  5. grandfilth

    grandfilth Member

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    thanks alot i'll have a look. Is all i ask of you not cornet and euphonium?
     
  6. Owen

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    There is a duet version of "Don't it make my brown eyes blue" for flugel and horn, which would almost certainly work for cornet and horn.
     
  7. Di

    Di Active Member

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    Tell Him Ref: HMP00649 (Headline Music)

    Price: £18.95

    Tenor Horn & Flugelhorn Duet - Brass Band Accomp. - Full score & parts
    Thompson, Foster, Afansieff arranged by David Beal

    As sung by Barbra Streisand & Celine Dion
     
  8. HBB

    HBB Active Member

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    Yes. Hugh Nash has arranged it for Flugal and Tenor Horn. Not a bad arrangement either!
     
  9. Aidan

    Aidan Active Member

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    you mean goff richards ;)
     
  10. HBB

    HBB Active Member

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    Nope. I mean his Psydeonym Hugh Nash ;) :p
     
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