Alu

Baritone Horn (or Euphonium) and Brass Band

Alu was commissioned by Pat Herak for his wife Diana, for their 10th wedding anniversary. It was premiered by Diana and the Brass Band of Columbus, USA.

It is a simple, reflective piece, which grows from a small idea first heard in the baritone and changes throughout, although the opening material is never far away.

The solo part is equally suitable for baritone or euphonium.


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Product Information

PMM007 - Alu
Year composed: 2005
Difficulty: Moderate
Grade:
Duration: 4
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Program Note

Alu was commissioned by Pat Herak for his wife Diana, for their 10th wedding anniversary. It was premiered by Diana and the Brass Band of Columbus, USA.

It is a simple, reflective piece, which grows from a small idea first heard in the baritone and changes throughout, although the opening material is never far away.

The solo part is equally suitable for baritone or euphonium.


Album name: Baritones to the Fore
Media: CD
Artists: Brass Band of Columbus / Diana Herak / Tim Jameson - cond.
Label: Dodgy Valve

US Parts

Bass clef parts, as well as Horn in F parts, are available free of charge for this title. Please email via the contact page for information.

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