Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by Highams, May 21, 2009.
A day of SA tuba/euph celebration;
Looking forward to this - music arrived over Christmas.
Just got to sort out the loan of a bass for the day, as I don't fancy carting my BBb across london on the train
Who will be leading the masterclasses?
From the website I presume it will be shared out between Derick Kane and Keith Loxley (euphoniums) and Carl Woodman and Philip Scott (tubas).
I understand from Carl that about 20 players have signed up for the day, but I'm sure there's room for a few more, as well as audience members for the evening concert
I should have asked what music is being rehearsed and played. Anything interesting?
To be selected from the following, depending on time etc:
Tubalations Paul Sharman Tuba Quartet & Euphonium Soloist
Celestial Morn L. Condon Tuba Solo & band
Romanza R. Vaughan Williams Joint Tubas and Piano
Radiant Pathway L. Condon Duet Eb & Bb Tuba & Band
The Swan Saint Saens Joint Euphonium & Band arr. R Steadman Allen
The Elephant Saint Saens Joint Tuba solo and Band arr. A Mackereth
Endless Song M.Kenyon Big Bass Part & Band
Baby Elephant Walk H. Mancini Tuba Group arr. H Gerrits
March Melody Medley Various Tubas and Band
Tuba Sauce P.Smalley Tuba Quartet
Tuba Tiger Rag L.Henderson Tuba Group
Tuba Train T. Matthews Tuba Solo & Piano
Hallelujah Chorus G.Handel Tuba Ensemble, Band & Organ arr. A Goldsmith
Timepiece N.Bearcroft Euphoniums & Band
Tuba Smarties H.Flowers Tuba Group & Band
Composer Tony Matthews has asked me to do a Euphonium version of his Tuba Train Suite in the concert as the tuba soloist is not available, looks good.
Tubalations review now on 4barsrest;
There are also two brief write-ups and more photos of the day on www.clarence.org.uk
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