Three Fantasias (from Nos.7,8,9 from 12 Fantasias for Violin) - G.P.Telemann - adapted by Roland Szentpali

Reference:  SMEB3F
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Here is a brand new publication from Editions BIM, for solo unaccompanied euphonium, and it's the music of George Philipp Telemann.

The great Hungarian tuba player, composer and arranger Roland Szentpali has adapted these three fantasias for Violin.

These are sure to prove to be great stylistic and musical challenges to euphonium players everywhere, for the keen amateur and advanced players.

From the publisher:

The collection of 12 fantasias for solo violin (TWV 40:14-25) by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1757) was first published in Hamburg in 1735. The Italian influence of the sonata and concerto is clearly evident. The fantasias no. 7, 8 and 9 selected by Roland Szentpali are the most suitable for adaptation for brass instruments, while the other nine make use of double-stopped technique, a rather Germanic tendency in works for solo violin.

We see this as a great new addition to the repertoire for solo euphonium; and very suitable for recitals, examinations and competitions.


Duration: total  22 minutes

Difficult level: 4.5/6

Supplied with solo part in TC and BC.

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