Steven Mead Euphonium Song Book Vol.1 - Arr.Luc Vertommen

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A brand new collection of 25 great lyrical works, The Steven Mead Euphonium Song Book, Volume 1.

This beautifully produced book with solo parts in TC (Bb), BC (C) and BC (Bb), with full piano accompaniments, is essential for all brass musicians.

Here is the full list of works contained in the album:

1. Air – Johann Mattheson 

2. Ave Maria – Max Bruch

3. Banks of Doon – Scottish traditional

4. Cantilena – Henri Vieuxtemps

5. Caruso – Lucio Dalla

6. Cavatina – Joachim Raff

7. Chants Russes – Edouard Lalo

8. Wexford Carol – Irish traditional

9. Elégie – Gabriel Fauré

10. Doretta’s Song – Giacomo Puccini

11. Vissi d’Arte – Giacomo Puccini

12. Your tiny hand is frozen – Giacomo Puccini

13. Lejos de ti (Far From You)– Manuel Ponce  

14. Melodie – Pijotr Ilych Tchaikovsky

15. Nocturne – Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky

 16. Non ti scordar di me – Ernesto De Curtis 

 17. Panis Angelicus – César Franck

18. Pièce – Gabriel Fauré

19. Pieta Signore – Alessandro Stradella

20. Poem – Zdenko Fibich

21. Romance – Carl Maria von Weber

22. Romance – Reinhold Glière

23. Romance orientale – Alexander Glazunov

24. Sérénade – Ruggero Leoncavallo

25. The Turtle Dove – English traditonal

The pieces last in duration anywhere from 2 minutes to 10 minutes!!

Enjoy this wonderful album.

Luc Vertommen in collaboration with Steve, has done a fabulous job choosing and editing these works. Steve has provided an introduction to the book and given some performance notes. 

Please understand, we have had to add an additional shipping charge for this album and solo parts,

as it weighs just over 1 kilo !!

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