(ca. 7')

  

Published in August 2014 by AvA Musical Editions 

  Also available at:    • June Emerson

 

 

This piece was thought to be played on the B flat side of the Horn. This characteristic allows this piece to be idiomatically played on a Trombone or on an Euphonium.

 

Featured piece at the Matosinhos' International Competition 2014

   

(2'20'') 

 

The first movement “Let’s play” is a rhythmical joke, alternating different metrics.

  

(2'34'') 

 

Next, “Water Ripples” intends to illustrate small water ripples, using a chord sequence. This movement’s slow tempo makes it a good piece for practicing breathing a phrasing control.

  

(1'55'') 

 

Finally, “Rag” is a ragtime, great for practicing swing and range shifts.