Student needs music!!!

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by Top Horn, Nov 24, 2002.

  1. Top Horn

    Top Horn New Member

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    Could anyone please suggest a good tenor horn piece for an audition about grade seven standard :?:
    Thanks, your suggestions will be appreciated :!: 8)
     
  2. TheMusicMan

    TheMusicMan tMP Founder Staff Member

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    What's the audition for ...?
     
  3. spookybiking

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    top horn is the audition for brass band of wales ??????? I need a piece aswell for horn a slow one?????? thanxs
     
  4. Roger Thorne

    Roger Thorne Active Member

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    Horn Solos

    The Ash Grove - H. Round
    Cappricio Brilliante - Belstedt/Smith
    Higgyjig - G. Richards
    Czardas - R. Thorne
    Skelter - D. Broadbent
    Silver Threads Among The Gold - W. Rimmer
     
  5. McEuphie

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    Horn music

    Having been a bit "Horny" in the past how about these:

    Slow:
    The Swan
    Apres Une Reve
    Romance from Mozart's Horn Concerto 2

    A bit more jazzy:
    He aint heavy he's my brother
    Streets of London

    Audition pieces:
    How about one of the studies in the Arban
     
  6. billbrass

    billbrass New Member

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    :D I am looking for help doing grade 6 theory I am tackling it myself can anyone help I have books etc but cannot seem to get away with this grade I passed grades 3,4,5 all on my own

    billbrass
     
  7. ComeBlowMyHorn

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    Horn audition music for NYBBW

    hello all!

    have been on National Youth Band of Wales course for four years, on for three of these courses on principle horn.

    only advice I could give is learn the pieces well, and not to pick anything too virtuoso in style if you feel insecure about certain aspects of your technique. As long as you play it well with a good interpretation, and can show off your strong points there shouldn't be a problem. However you do not want to turn up and play twinkle twinkle, as I'm sure is not the case.

    As far as all tenor horn auditions go, try and avoid "Variations on a Welsh Theme" and such like at ALL COSTS!!! lol there is plenty of good quality tenor horn music without having to result in a "cheese" fest!!!
     
  8. HBB

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    Erm ....... I'm about the same standard, how about

    • The Carousel
    • Sylvia
    • and If ur really feeling good on the day "Masqurade" by P. Sparke!
    :p:p
     
  9. You wanna blow my what?

    You wanna blow my what? Member

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    Re: Horn audition music for NYBBW

    Oooh hello, I've been on the band for 3 years, this will be my fourth (hopefully!)

    I had my audition today! And Arfon....I played it :oops:

    But when Bob asked what pieces I played, and I said Variations, I put in a little "sorry!" and I had to say that Sept Fantasy wasn't up to scratch (I only pulled it out on Tuesday so I have an excuse!)

    But then he said we'd look at it in my lesson. So I won't have to play it again! Hoorah!

    I also did No. 8 from the Arban....those studies confuse me!
     
  10. HBB

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    Having never heard any of the pieces mentioned - can someone explain why they are so "cheesy!" :?:
     
  11. You wanna blow my what?

    You wanna blow my what? Member

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    It just is.....It's like, typical Welsh theme arranged as a set of variations......there are more Welsh themes than that! PAH!

    And also cos everyone plays it!
     
  12. HBB

    HBB Active Member

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    Oh! I've never heard of it :p:p:p (must be the only one! :))
     
  13. Aidan

    Aidan Active Member

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    ayeee cheeeeeze!
    im sure there was another thread about horn piece suggestions too!
     
  14. HBB

    HBB Active Member

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    Probably is - but i find it soooo hard trying to find anything remotley related to anything!!!
     
  15. You wanna blow my what?

    You wanna blow my what? Member

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    You're a silly billy methinks.
     
  16. HBB

    HBB Active Member

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    No - I'm silly Benny ----- my brothers' Silly Billy (i'm totally serious :shock:)!!1


    I may be silly - but I'm a TOP TEN POSTER Silly BILLy! :p:p:p
     
  17. You wanna blow my what?

    You wanna blow my what? Member

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    Are you flowerpot men by any chance?
     
  18. HBB

    HBB Active Member

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    Wow, you're soo original! :p:p:p
     
  19. Soppy

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    Back On-topic; if you want a slow piece, Demelza by Richard Nash is good. It's a Soprano or Horn solo. It's beautiful when played well and is good if you're good at Romantic Pieces. Technically, it's relatively simple (ie playing the notes), but to get the best out of it takes some skill IMO.
     
  20. HBB

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    Sorry Soppy :( Speaking of another horn/soprano - the Carousel would be good - but you need nimble fingers :p :(
     
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