Flute & Piano
Nicknamed Gartenschlauch Serenade, this wacky best selling musical joke is performed on a 12 foot garden hose.
Clarinet & Piano
Alexander Youngman – Sinfonietta for String Orchestra (Parts)
Alexander Youngman – Sinfonietta for String Orchestra (Score)
Horn in F
Study Number Four Le Basquish is a London College of Music Grade 8 Exam Piece until further noticeWritten to reflect the joyful kinaesthetic approach that Dalcroze eurhythmics brings to music, these short unaccompanied pieces are tuneful rather than atonal, although they not particularly rooted in one key. The style of the first is freely declamatory but in a haunting mood, requiring rubato and a wide dynamic range. The second piece is in a waltz style, with a sweeping tune and off beat figures, as if the horn is playing both the solo and its own accompaniment. The third piece is in ternary form in a bouncy hunting horn style with a staccato middle section. The final piece is the most virtuosic and swings along quickly with a jazzy feel, despite the 5/8 time signature. Useful pieces for the intermediate student, yet with enough substance for the more experienced. For studios, schools and use in music colleges as quick study material for fun, or as rewarding sight-reading material. Study One (Four Note Piece) was a Trinity College London exam piece between 1998 and 2001, while Study Two (One Two Three) was a Trinity College London exam piece between 1998 and 2004. Studies Three (Five Note Piece) and Four (La Basquish) were Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) exam pieces for grades 6 and 8 respectively between 2004 and 2012. Study Four (La Basquish) has been a London College of Music grade 8 exam piece since 2011.
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