Fantastic Solo's & Pieces

Euph Solo Fantasy on swss airs by Roy Newsome

Bohemian Rhapsody Arr D. Barry

Theme From The Scarecrow and Mrs King ( Arthur B. Rubinstein Arr Sykes
 

Fishsta

Active Member
Favourite solos:

Concert Variations by Don Lusher (Trombone solo, natch!)
Deep Inside The Sacred Temple (Euphonium duet)



Favourite pieces... well, there's a hell of a lot:
In the "slow and/or beautiful melody" department:

Nimrod (Elgar)
Procession to the Minster (Wagner)



In the "Get the fingers going" department:

Thunder and Lightning Polka
Devil's Gallop
 
fave pieces

from the highlights of the 1996 british open championships Bridgewater Intrada by Kenneth Downie
Westside story Bernstein arr cees
Variants on triumph of peaceRay SteadmanAllen
oh and of course
Bob Childs Greek Dance From concerto for Euphonium and band
 

Tuba

New Member
Peace, John Golland (Euphonium)
Impromptu, Darrol Barry (Tuba)
Dance Sequence, ??? (Trombone)
Brilliante, Peter Graham (Euph duet)
Czardas, Vittori Monti (Tuba, Euph, Trombone, etc.)

...and so many more!
 

TheMusicMan

tMP Founder
Staff member
Spooky - not sure what's happening with your double postings but I have deleted the repeated entries... are you using the 'Back' button on your browser... then hitting the submit button again...?
 

rutty

Active Member
TheMusicMan said:
Spooky - not sure what's happening with your double postings but I have deleted the repeated entries... are you using the 'Back' button on your browser... then hitting the submit button again...?
Sometimes with a slow, dial-up, the page can appear to hang for a while, so it looks like nowt is happening, so some people (myself included on occasions!) feel the need to press submit again.

It's easy to delete your own posts if you double/triple post though - just click on the little "x" on the top right of your post. :wink:
 

kimmy

New Member
There's loadz of pieces i like, probably most euph solo's. I love cappriccio Brilliante (sorry about the spellings) lol :roll: thats a tenor horn solo which i like hearing my big sis play.

I like joseph Horivitz euphonium concerto which i'm gonna do for my a-level music recital nx year

I love pantomime and peace by John Golland, Jenny Jones, Variations by Andrew Lloyd Webber aranged by Peter Graham. I like most of Peter Grahams music.

There's just too too many to choose from lol


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Curious

Member
Tuba said:
Peace, John Golland (Euphonium)
Impromptu, Darrol Barry (Tuba)
Dance Sequence, ??? (Trombone)
Brilliante, Peter Graham (Euph duet)
Czardas, Vittori Monti (Tuba, Euph, Trombone, etc.)

...and so many more!
Dance Sequence is Gareth Wood (Tombstone Arizona, Five Blooms...etc) I think.
 

no2taz

Member
GREAT CORNET SOLO'S THERE ARE SO MANY TO PICK FROM

ANYHOW HERE ARE A FEW

Tucker (Salvation Army ) Great variations on a hymn tune plenty to do in this solo and the band parts are great)

Rapsody for cornet and band ( exiting piece for soloist )

Nesundorma ( nice slow piece )

NAPOLI ( Roger webster version )

Glorious Fountain ( Great salvation army solo )

HOPE THAT GETS THE INTREST LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE HEARD ANY OF THE PIECES AND WHAT YOU THINK OF THEM
 

dave jake

Member
Favourate trombone solo is Leaning on a lampost, cheesy but brill, George Formby eat your heart out.

Favourate piece is the Three Saints but can t remember who the composer is. Anyone know ? :?: :?:
 

Brian

Member
dave jake said:
Favourate trombone solo is Leaning on a lampost, cheesy but brill, George Formby eat your heart out.

Favourate piece is the Three Saints but can t remember who the composer is. Anyone know ? :?: :?:
If its the Three Saints, that was used as a 3rd Section test piece at the Areas some years ago, I seem to remember it was by Goff Richards...I certainly enjoyed working on it with a Band in Derbyshire for the Midland Area...Brian
 

Fishsta

Active Member
Hmmmm... I quite enjoyed Three Saints, but have never played it at a contest.

I did enjoy playing Labour And Love at Fleetwood this year. Now that's an oldie.
 

TheMusicMan

tMP Founder
Staff member
dave jake said:
Favourate piece is the Three Saints but can t remember who the composer is. Anyone know ? :?: :?:
Dave, ... isn't that Goff Richards...? Was that a 3rd section Nationals qualifying test piece a few years ago...? or am I totally wrong..?


[EDIT] oops, bit slow there, went to the end of the 1st page and didn't look on page 2.. :oops:
 
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