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Répertoire for Music Schools - Brass

(tenor trombone, baritone, tuba or tenor horn)

Edited by Steiner Ferenc
Setting: Brass, Baritone, Tuba, Tenorhorn, Tenor Trombone
Series: Repertoire for Music Schools
Genre: Pedagogical performance pieces
Language: Hungarian, English, German, French
Length: 68 pages
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 270 g
Published: February 2002
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14310
ISMN: 9790080143100
The volume for many-sided use comprises arrangements of works that sound well on low brass instruments. They were chosen by the experienced professor of the Academy of Music Ferenc Steiner from the most varied eras of music literature. Among the composers we find for example Michael Praetorius, Bach, Weber, Glinka and István Bogár. The score with piano accompaniment is provided with a bass clef part (for trombone, baritone and tuba) and a treble a clef one (tenor horn).

The trombonist Ferenc Steiner was born in 1931. From 1960 to 1991 he was a member of the Hungarian State Opera and the Philharmonic Society as well as the Hungarian Brass Ensemble. Education played a major role in the life of Ferenc Steiner as an author and editor of numerous pedagogical editions. He began teaching at the School of Music in Pécs, then moved on to the College for Officers of the Hungarian Defense Forces and later continued his teaching activity at the Liszt Academy in Budapest until 2001. He has passed away on the 25th of March in 2011.

Contents

1.
Ismeretlen szerző: Ariette
2.
Praetorius, Michael: Bransle de la Royne
3.
Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel: Song
4.
Kabalevsky, Dmitry: At Night on the River
5.
Foster, Stephen Collins: Old Folks at Home
6.
Glinka, Mihail Ivanovics: Song
7.
Bogár István: Folksong-Bee
8.
Chédeville, Nicolas: Gavotte
9.
Haussmann, Valentin: Alla tedesca
10.
Szerdahelyi József (?): High Flies the Crane
11.
Bogár István, Steiner Ferenc: Military March
12.
Bogár István, Steiner Ferenc: Burlesca
13.
Schumann, Robert: The Merry Peasant
14.
Vanhal, Johann Baptist: Sonatina
15.
Vanhal, Johann Baptist: Sonatina
16.
Küffner, Joseph: Ländler
17.
Küffner, Joseph: Polka
18.
Haydn, Joseph: German Dance
19.
Corelli, Arcangelo: Largo
20.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: German Dance
21.
Bogár István, Steiner Ferenc: Polka
22.
Telemann, Georg Philipp: Minuet
23.
Haydn, Joseph: Minuet
24.
Bononcini, Giovanni Maria: Rondo
25.
Bach, Johann Sebastian: Minuet
26.
Bach, Johann Sebastian: Excerpt from Peasant’s Cantata
27.
Händel, Georg Friedrich: Gavotte
28.
Bogár István: Three Characters - Song, Dance, Chasing About
29.
Weber, Carl Maria von: Waltz
30.
Járdányi Pál: Hungarian Dance