Tuba Play Along

12 Play Along tunes with exercises for tuba (bass clef) with mp3 accompaniments by Etienne Crausaz

An easy collection, which helps the technical and musical development of young people and which everyone can enjoy according to their needs and desires!

1. Prelude 1. Prelude

Street Beat

for tuba quartet by Michael Forbes

This upbeat, funky miniature is a great concert encore or short opener.

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April 30, 2019 | Györ, Hungary. Roland Szentpali : Pearls II for euphonium (trombone) and symphony orchestra. György Gyivicsan (tuba), Györi Filharmonikus Zenekar, Azis Sadikovic (conducting)

April 30, 2019 | Budapest, Hungary. Bence Kutrik : Cycles for symphony orchestra. Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Péter Dobszay (conducting) World Premiere

May 19, 2019 | Olympia, WA, USA. Anthony Plog : Triple Concerto for trumpet, horn, trombone and symphony orchestra. Carter Rowell (trumpet), Emma Trfanum (horn), Ian Rigg (trombone), Student Orchestras, Conservatory Orchestra, Cameron May (conducting)

May 19, 2019 | Olomouc, Czech Republic. Alexander Arutiunian : Concerto for tuba and symphony orchestra or piano. Vít Andrýsek (tuba), Orchestra of Konzervatoř Evangelické Akademie, Vaclav Horak (conducting)

May 20, 2019 | Paris, France. François Rauber : Concerto «Humeurs» for trumpet and string orchestra. David Busawon (trumpet), Orchestre du Conservatoire, Swann van Rechem (conducting)

May 24, 2019 | Buenos Aires, Argentina. Áskell Másson : Konzertstück for snare drum and orchestra. Christian Frette (snare drum), Orquesta Filarmonica de Buenos Aires, Ezequiel Silberstein (conducting)

June 6, 2019 | Bogota, Colombia. Jan Koetsier : Konzert for trumpet, trombone and orchestra. Juan Fernando Avendaño (trumpet), Giovanni Scarpetta (trombone), National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia, Andrés Cárdenes (conducting)

July 6, 2019 | Bad Rappenau, Germany. Giancarlo Castro D'Addona : Grand Fanfare for symphony orchestra. Musikfreunde Heidelberg, René Schuh (conducting)

July 7, 2019 | Bad Bergzabern, Germany. Giancarlo Castro D'Addona : Grand Fanfare for symphony orchestra. Musikfreunde Heidelberg, René Schuh (conducting)

July 13, 2019 | Heidelberg, Germany. Giancarlo Castro D'Addona : Grand Fanfare for symphony orchestra. Musikfreunde Heidelberg, René Schuh (conducting)

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El Tanguero

for trombone and piano

by Corrado Maria Saglietti

El Tanguero is a very instinctive tango. With its subtle melodic twists and ecstatic rhythmic strikes, this passionate dance, with its controlled and stylized sensuality, always has a captivating charm.

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Tuba Sonata

for tuba and piano

by Eugen Feldmann

This sonata in one movement opens with recitatives before alternating lyrical, lively or meditative passages. A very pictorial and theatrical work which takes us through various scenes with colourful twists.

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Frum

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by Áskell Másson

In Icelandic, Frum means primary or embryo. This catching piece includes many percussion technics: single and double strokes, paradiddles, rolls, polyrhythms, and a variety of attacks, among others. Frum showcases the performer hence its widespread use in competitions and recitals.

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Homo Somniens

for trumpet and organ

by René Oberson

René Oberson dedicated "Homo Somniens" [the man who dreams] to the trumpeter Jean-François Michel, who commissioned the work. The subtitle: "Man does not live, he is lived by his dreams, his chimeras ...". The titles of the four dreams are subjective; The four movements will perhaps arouse other dreams among the listener, who has his own sensitivity.

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Concerto for Brass Band

for brass band

by Roland Szentpali

This work, conceived in a masterful style of contemporary jazz, is a new musical and technical challenge for the world of Brass Bands. Thanks to this challenging spirit the world of brass bands is constantly developing this amazing musical virtuosity that characterizes it’s movement.