25 Duets for Low Brass - Anthony O'Toole (bass clef only)

Reference:  SMCMP25D
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A great book of duets for either two euphoniums, or euphonium and tuba, or baritone and euphonium.

Very well, written with some nice rhythmic, stylistic and counting challenges. Also explores the Mixolydian and Dorian scales.

Not too difficult and well worth the effort.

Published by Cimarron Music Press.

About the Author

Anthony O'Toole , born 1988 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, holds a bachelor's degree in Music Theory & Composition from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania where he studied composition with Daniel Perlongo, Jack Stamp and David Martynuik. He is currently a master's student in Composition at George Mason University where he studies with Mark Camphouse. Anthony O'Toole's music is unique and fresh with its intense rhythmic energy, lush jazz-influenced harmonic language, and his talent for highly effective and colorful orchestration. Mr. O'Toole has written more than 100 works for almost every medium and began writing music in his early teens. In high school his interest in composition stemmed from his studies as a percussionist and love of performing. He also became a competent multi-instrumentalist learning piano, viola, saxophone, clarinet, trombone and tuba. Although he is largely self-taught as a composer he credits many of his teachers for being mentors and advocates of his music. While at IUP he had the pleasure of receiving lessons and attending lectures from guest composers such as Cindy McTee, Samuel Hazo, Christopher Marshall, Frank Ticheli, Clark MacAllister, Richard Danielpour, Bruce Yurko and Drew Hemenger. After graduation from IUP in 2011 he worked full-time as a composer while also working as an orchestrator and arranger for 2 years before beginning his MM in Composition at GMU. In the last 5 years Mr. O'Toole has seen success as a composer winning numerous prizes which include the Grand Prize in the 2012 Garritan Composition Contest for his orchestral work 'CA-91' as well as other accolades and honorable mentions. His music has been featured in the GIA Publication 'Teaching Music Through Performance in Band' (Solos with Wind Band Accompaniment edition) and a large amount of his music is published by Cimarron Music Press, Euphonium.com and Bandworks Publications. In particular, his band music has become rather popular and has been played by some of the finest ensembles including the University of North Texas Wind Symphony, The Indiana University of Pennsylvania Wind Ensemble and the United States Coast Guard Band. His band music and chamber music have been performed all over the country and internationally in Canada, Australia, Tawain, Portugal, Britain, Brazil and Singapore.


Duration n/a

Difficulty level 3.5,4/6

Supplied wirth book in BC only

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