New euphonium solo from Philip Sparke

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  1. Anglo Music Press

    Anglo Music Press Well-Known Member

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    HARLEQUIN
    Very much a follow-up to Pantomime, this new solo was commissioned by David Childs.
    Brass band version now available. Concert band and piano versions to follow.

    Please contact your nearest dealer or get it directly from your local De Haske office:

    http://www.philipsparke.com/de_haske_addresses.htm
     
  2. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

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    - sounds great on the Master's concert CD, and very energetic too!
     
  3. Vickitorious

    Vickitorious Active Member

    Can us horns have a follow up to Masquerade as well please? :tongue:;)

    We're very short on music at the moment as is being discussed - here ;):)

    I think I'll also have a look at Harlequin as well, because I reeeally like Pantomime! :biggrin:

    Woo keep them coming Mr Sparke Sir! :tongue::biggrin:
     
  4. Steve

    Steve Active Member

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    We had a run through Harlequin before the area for an upcoming Philip Sparke CD, what a lot of notes!!! Cracker.
     
  5. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

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    Having heard David Childs play "Harlequin" live at Hendon Highlights, as well as on his "Welsh Connections" cd, I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoys lyrical writing - providing they've got a good upper register.
     
  6. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

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    Harlequin has also been recorded already by Steven Mead, together with Brass Band Buizingen.
    The CD,"Euphonium Virtuoso" is to be released at the end of the month.

    Tracklist:

    Steven Mead, euphonium
    Brassband Buizingen o.l.v. Luc Vertommen
    1. Harlequin - Philip Sparke
    2. Concerto per Flicorno Basso - Amilcare Ponchielli Arr.Prof. Henry Howey
    3. The Playful Pachyderm - Gilbert Vinter Arr. Luc Vertommen
    4. Euphonium Concerto - Joseph Horovitz
    5. Pokarakare Ana - Paraire H.Tomoana Arr. Luc Vertommen
    6. Concerto for Cello and Wind Orchestra - Friedrich Gulda Arr. Luc Vertommen
    7. Introduction and Tarantella - Pablo de Sarasate Arr. Luc Vertommen
    http://users.pandora.be/brassbandbuizingen/cd_euphoniumvirtuoso.htm
     
  7. Euphonomium

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    Haven't got my hands on Harlequin yet but I learnt Pantomime under the direction of David Childs when I started at Birmingham Conservatoire in September, and it's a fantastic piece of music, I love it! Will have to keep my eye out for Harlequin!
     
  8. thecapoots

    thecapoots New Member

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    I've been trying to track down a copy of this in the US, and no one seems to know what the heck I'm talking about (except Adam Frey, but I'm... "not sure" how he got his copy of it). Anyone have any ideas how I can get a copy of this (at least for euph and piano, though the band set would be great)?
     
  9. lloydmcwalters

    lloydmcwalters Member

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    dave childs did this piece with nybbgb this summer and it was amazing , i seriously like it although i dont think ill be able to play it on a bflast bass

    well done mr sparke
     
  10. Anglo Music Press

    Anglo Music Press Well-Known Member

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    Why, thank you !! :rolleyes:
     
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