Sight-Reading Pieces for Low Brass Instruments and Piano

Series: A-R Special Publications  Publisher: A-R Editions
This edition is part of the collection Music from the Paris Conservatoire
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Sight-Reading Pieces for Low Brass Instruments and Piano

Edited by James R. Briscoe

S031 Sight-Reading Pieces for Low Brass Instruments and Piano
978-0-89579-740-7 Score + Part(s) (2012) 8.5x11, Score: iv + 39 pp.; Part: 16 pp.
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The Paris Conservatoire solos, both the sight-reading works and the longer contest pieces, are the first extended series of compositions for woodwinds, brass, and harp in music history. While composers such as Mozart, Weber, and Robert Schumann contributed a few significant works for these instruments, the Conservatoire solos were composed annually for each instrument beginning in the 1830s. The wealth of musical treasures resulting from this systematic accumulation of works represents the core of these instrumental repertories today.
Sight-Reading Pieces for Trombone and Piano
1. Moderato, Anonymous (1879)
2. Allegro con brio, Anonymous (1898)
3. Largement, Anonymous (1900)
4. Andantino, Alfred Bachelet (1901)
5. Andante ben marcato, Edmond Missa (1904)
6. Andantino, Isaac Albéniz (1906)
7. Andante molto sostenuto; Quasi adagio, Guy Ropartz (1908)
8. Allegretto, Eugène Cools (1911)
9. Moderato, Philippe Gaubert (1912)
Sight-Reading Pieces for Euphonium and Piano
10. Allegretto, Anonymous (1886)
11. Moderato, Anonymous (1890)
12. Andanto con moto, Jules Duprato (undated)
13. Allegretto, Anonymous (1892)
14. Lent, Guillaume Balay (1922)
15. Lent, Balay (1922)
16. Andantino, Anonymous (1922)
17. Andantino, Marcel Tournier (1925)
18. Martiale, Anonymous (undated)