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Trios and quartets for horns

score and parts

Selected, transcribed and edited by Szilágyi Pálma
Setting: Horn (more)
Series: Musica da camera for music schools
Genre: Pedagogical performance pieces
Length: 74 pages
First published: February 2012
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14774
ISMN: 9790080147740
Stock status: Available
Price:
$30.95(Excl. VAT)
In the last volume in this popular chamber music series trios and quartets feature in roughly equal proportions. Every piece includes a more easily playable part, so that not only music school pupils in the more advanced classes but even learners who have only recently begun to study their instrument will find things in it to play - and if the players are on an equal technical level, they can try themselves out in different functions by swapping parts. The collection includes pieces from every period of music history from the Renaissance to late Romanticism. The majority of the works are transcriptions made by the very experienced Hungarian horn teacher Pálma Szilágyi, but some original compositions are also to be found among them.

Contents

1.
Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da: Madrigal
2.
Franck, Melchior: Intrada
3.
Kindermann, Johann Erasmus: Ritornello
4.
Ismeretlen szerző: Fanfare
5.
Alcock, John: Siciliano
6.
Martín y Soler, Vicente: Canon
7.
Hook, James: Trio
8.
Du Puy, Edouard: Polonaise
9.
Smetana, Bedrich: My star
10.
Ismeretlen szerző: Hymn
11.
Isaac, Heinrich: Innsbruck
12.
Ismeretlen szerző: Tourdion
13.
Dowland, John: Song (Now, o now I needs must part)
14.
Dowland, John: Song (Come again, sweet love)
15.
Praetorius, Michael: La Volta
16.
Ismeretlen szerző: Pavane
17.
Ismeretlen szerző: Bergamasca
18.
Purcell, Henry: March for the Quenn Mary's funeral
19.
Gluck, Christoph Willibald: Christmas carol
20.
Schumann, Robert: Military March
21.
Liszt Ferenc: Ave Maria
22.
Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich: Toy soldier's march
23.
Fauré, Gabriel: Libera me
Musica da camera
As the title indicates, the volumes in this series include works composed or arranged for chamber ensembles (trios and quartets), specifically designed for music school students. The editors have selected from every period of music literature from the Renaissance to the present day, so this colourful musical material also serves to deepen the youngsters’ knowledge of style. The majority of the works are transcriptions made specifically for this series that are adapted to the technical characteristics and sound of the given ensemble, and even the easiest pieces are of musical value. Of the twelve volumes in the series five are designed for groups consisting of one type of instrument (ensembles of three or four flutes, violins or horns), thus the teachers of each instrument can form chamber groups from among their own pupils. The percussion volume is exceptional within the series, as it includes only contemporary, original compositions for four, five and six performers.
 

Trios for flutes

Quartets for flutes

Editio Musica Budapest is launching a new series entitled Musica da camera. As its very general title indicates, the publishers' intention is that the volumes in this series, which is designed specifically for music school students, will include works composed for chamber ensembles of every kind, from the trio to the sextet. The first two volumes contain mostly transcriptions for three and four flutes respectively, selected from every period of music history from the late Renaissance to the present day.
Editio Musica Budapest is launching a new series entitled Musica da camera. As its very general title indicates, the publishers' intention is that the volumes in this series, which is designed specifically for music school students, will include works composed for chamber ensembles of every kind, from the trio to the sextet. The first two volumes contain mostly transcriptions for three and four flutes respectively, selected from every period of music history from the late Renaissance to the present day.

Trios for Guitars

Chamber music for percussion

The new volume in the Musica da camera series has been compiled for a relatively rare type of ensemble, three guitars. This collection spanning the 16th?19th centuries contains not only madrigals by Luca Marenzio, two Bach chorales and Schumann?s Träumerei, but also transcriptions of popular pieces by many other composers (including Händel, Haydn, Schubert and Grieg), enabling music-school guitar students to play familiar, enjoyable works that they have heard performed by other instrumentalists.
This volume is exceptional within the series, these original compositions for percussion include only contemporary works, to be precise, four works by three composers, for four, five and six performers. Each one of them is a successful piece, well-tried in practice. László Borsody (b. 1944) Fugue for four percussionists, László Zempléni (b. 1947) Squirrel-quartet, Tibor Kovács (b. 1961) Raindrops, On the monotonous train.

Trios for Brass

Trios for Violins

The chamber music volume compiled by the well-known wind instrument teacher, Péter Perényi, contains music from every period from medieval music to jazz, including works by Morley, Banchieri, Weelkes, Purcell, Rameau, Händel, Haydn, Mozart and Schubert. (Because of the instrumentation, all the pieces except the contemporary compositions are transcriptions.) A large proportion of them are playable after one or two years’ tuition, the two upper parts can be played on trumpets, and the lowest part on the trombone, tenor horn or baritone horn. (In addition to the score and the two trumpet parts, this publication also includes the lowest part written in the treble clef and one in the bass clef as well.)
One of EMB’s most successful composers and publishers, And-rás Soós, has devoted his latest volume to a special instrumental ensemble: three violins. No original works appear in it, in this collection, which aims at variety, we find transcriptions of choral works and piano and guitar pieces, etc. from the 14th to the 19th century. The main consideration in selecting the works was that the score should offer young violinists real chamber music, that is, if possible three equally important parts should share in the music-making.

Quartets for Brass

Piano Trios

This volume contains mainly transcriptions, the majority of them from four-part choral works, these transcriptions have been prepared by the highly experienced teacher of brass instruments, Péter Perényi. In compiling the collection he was helped by his own music school pupils, who played through a large mass of material and selected the pieces they liked best. The pieces can be played on two trumpets and two trombones (or two tenor horns), the trombone parts avoid the seventh position throughout.
This volume of works by the Viennese classical and romantic composers contains only transcriptions, and only from pieces for the piano. In most cases the right hand part is played on the violin, often alternating with or responding to the cello, thus the piano part is considerably easier than the original, and therefore accessible to children not yet capable of playing the original work. The selection includes the most popular pieces by the greatest composers (Haydn, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin and Grieg), such as, for instance, the second movement of the Mondschein-Sonate, and Träumerei.

Trios for two violins and cello

Quartets for Woodwinds

This volume in the 'Musica da Camera' series offers a selection of music for two violins and cello from the two hundred years extending from François Couperin to Edward Elgar. The technical demands of the works range from easy to moderately difficult, but the easier pieces are also musically valuable, so that even the more experienced ensembles can enjoy playing them. Not only the first violin but the second violin and also the cello is frequently given a solo role. We recommend this volume to youngsters learning music and to music-lovers actively involved in chamber music.
In this volume the compiler's aim has been to offer young woodwind players the most colourful selection possible of pieces of differing character from different musical periods. The same quest for variety is observable in the instrumentation as well: roughly half the material in the volume can be performed without oboe and/or bassoon and also in the remaining pieces, with two exceptions, the oboe can be replaced by a flute or clarinet.

Trios for flute, cello and piano

Trios and quartets for horns

The flute is one of the most popular music school instruments, so after his volume of trios for violin, cello and piano the composer and arranger András Soós has now produced one devoted to flute trios, his attractive compilation considerably widens the range of possibilities for music school chamber music. The greater part of the volume consists of easy transcriptions of well-known, popular piano pieces (Schubert Ländler, two Mazurkas and a Prelude by Chopin, pieces for children by Schumann, the Cradle Song and a waltz by Brahms and the Ave Maria by Saint-Saëns), as well an excerpt of Schubert's Rosamunde and a vocal duet by Mendelssohn.
In the last volume in this popular chamber music series trios and quartets feature in roughly equal proportions. Every piece includes a more easily playable part, so that not only music school pupils in the more advanced classes but even learners who have only recently begun to study their instrument will find things in it to play - and if the players are on an equal technical level, they can try themselves out in different functions by swapping parts. The collection includes pieces from every period of music history from the Renaissance to late Romanticism. The majority of the works are transcriptions made by the very experienced Hungarian horn teacher Pálma Szilágyi, but some original compositions are also to be found among them.