Tuba feature wanted

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by StevePJ, Jun 3, 2012.

  1. StevePJ

    StevePJ Member


    I'm looking for a Tuba section feature item for a 3rd section standard band. Suggestions welcome. Thanks.
  2. Andrew Norman

    Andrew Norman Active Member

    You could try this written as a duet but could work for a section too.
  3. Laserbeam bass

    Laserbeam bass Active Member

    Forty Fathoms :oops:
  4. euphalogy

    euphalogy Member

    Was going to suggest Tea for Tubas, the Simon Kerwin version, ................... again interchangeable parts!! Who really did this arrangement first?
    the duet parts are a little tricky but 3 rd section guys should crack it.
  5. Andrew Norman

    Andrew Norman Active Member

    My apologies to Simon if he wrote his first - I had know idea there was a version already existing - not that I expect the 2 to be similar.
    My version was actually written a couple of years ago but only recently approved for publication.
    I must get a listen to compare....
  6. euphalogy

    euphalogy Member

    The Kerwin arrangement switches from a jaunty 12/8 compound rythm to a quirky jazz waltz, a couple of challenging , yet entertaining moments in the cadenza.
    All in all a cracking arrangement. ( also with akternative euph part(s) )
  7. sconemaster

    sconemaster New Member

    Have a look at Bassically Baroque - 4 basses and band, listed under the "Solos etc" section in the catalogue at this web address: http://www.croftmusic.co.uk/Catalogue/Catalogue.html
    You can view the PDF score and download score and parts directly from the site. I hope you find it of interest!

    Chris Brown
    Croft Music
  8. Cornet Luke

    Cornet Luke Member

    I could try composing one for you if you'd like?
    Message me if so :)
  9. toby hobson

    toby hobson Member

    I think Peter Graham did a light arrangment of the Elephant for Tuba section. Utter Cheese but good fun....
  10. Thirteen Ball

    Thirteen Ball Active Member

    It's probably not worth mentioning William Rimmer's "The Merry Men".....

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