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Morning Song, Aboriginal Voices, Plog, For the Funk of It, and the Goedicke Concert Etude
I like variety.
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Broughton - Sonata
Frackehpohl - Sonata
Vaughan Williams - Concerto
All for a recital in a month!
Josh Calkin Wayne State College Low Brass/Bands
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Location: Wayne, Nebraska
Emmett's Lullaby for the evil known as All-State in Ohio...
SHS"why'd they have to change the etudes?"Tubamaster
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I am working on the strauss nocturno and rachmaninoff's vocalise as well as plenty of Orchestral excerpts, I might start working on the Gregson, or a Bach flute sonata for college auditions. Any suggestions?
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I'm currently working on a rather "easy" version of Carnival of Venice by J.B. Arban. I would really like to find a full version of this solo. Any suggestions?
Tubist of Time
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Location: Lexington, North Carolina
I just got these, and I won't be able to play them for a looong time, but : Flight of the Bumblebee, and the Gregson Tuba Concerto
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Location: Durham, New Hampshire
Well... Newton Capriccio, Applegate Concerto and Unnacompanied Suite, Mozart and Strauss First Horn Concerto, F. Strauss Nocturno, Barnes Concerto, VW Tuba Concerto, Booker Sonata, and Gregson Concerto. No perticular occasion to keep these pieces worked up, but it's more fun to have more material to work on. Have fun everybody.
Always remember that thinking just gets you in trouble.
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Location: Los Angeles, California
I am working on Balada (op. 29) by Ciprian Porumbescu.
noroc (good luck),
Mark E. Chachich, Ph.D.
Mark E. Chachich
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Tubist of Time wrote:I'm currently working on a rather "easy" version of Carnival of Venice by J.B. Arban. I would really like to find a full version of this solo. Any suggestions?
Arbans Book. Definitely the Trumpet Arbans....can't remember if it's in the new tuba version or not....
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effie suite, vivaldi's sonata no. 3 in a minor, and the Gregson concerto...quite the eclectic bunch
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Location: Islip Terrace, NY
Today I was working on the Bach Flute Partita in A minor... (BWV 1013- I think.)
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