William Himes

leisa

Active Member
has anyone tried the william Himes flugel-0horn concerto if so wht dya think i love it its great! :D
 

jd

Member
Flug thing

Hi Leisa. Have tanked through it and it is brill.
Love William Himes in general and this under-played piece is one of his best.

See ya soon,

John. xxxx
:lol:
 

lynchie

Active Member
Tenor-Steffen-DK said:
Nope, but Jubilance is a very good one aswell. Solo for cornet. You just have to hear it some times, and then it's really good!
I remember playing that with yb2k. It was a very interesting piece for a young bass trombone who'd only been banding for 6 months...
 

James McFadyen

New Member
His arr of Amazing Grace is stunning! I was going to arrange it, but compared to Mr Himes version, it would come second best, if even that.
 
The Household troops band recorded a CD of William Himes music. I expect that World of Brass will post the details soon.

Well worth a listen!
 

PeterBale

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Staff member
BobRalston said:
The Household troops band recorded a CD of William Himes music. I expect that World of Brass will post the details soon.

Well worth a listen!
The cd - Himes (revisited) - is currently on offer at a special price from the Household Troops Band website:
http://www.51crescentroad.freeserve.co.uk/troops/recordings/himes.html

It doesn't include "Jubilance" or the "Concertino for Flugel Horn", but there are some other very fine compositions well played by the band.
 

leisa

Active Member
Re: Flug thing

jd said:
Hi Leisa. Have tanked through it and it is brill.
Love William Himes in general and this under-played piece is one of his best.

See ya soon,

John. xxxx
:lol:
its brill i love it!! im gonna do it at my college concert hopefully but we have to decide on 2 mvemnts cos its too long to put in fully...but its too hard to choose! :? :shock:
 

Okiedokie of Oz

Active Member
There are some gorgeous moments in his arrangment of Amazing Grace. Other arrangers try to emulate that, but never succeed. But I suppose imitation is the greatest form of flattery....
 

leisa

Active Member
cornetgirl said:
Sounds good - where can I get a copy?

Rach x
mine came from just music i think...but it took ages to get here i was gonna do it for one of my auditions so i thought i was ordirin it in advance wen i ordered it about 7 weeks before :roll:
 

beard_4b

Member
another good William Himes cornet solo is Caprice for Cornet which is very similar to Jubilance with a jazzy middle section and a bit of harmon mute work.

The solo is played by Carl Saunders on the Household troops band cd Hime (revisited)
 

Fern

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Hi Does any one know when 'Concertino For Flugel Horn' was written?? just I am hoping to play it for a uni assessment and they like to know when it was written.
Fern x
 

PeterBale

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Staff member
Hi Does any one know when 'Concertino For Flugel Horn' was written?? just I am hoping to play it for a uni assessment and they like to know when it was written.
Fern x
According to the preview for the 2010 RNCM Festival it was a 1992 commission from the River City Brass Band in Pittsburg.
 
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