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Ave Maria arr. tenor horn & piano

In this arrangement of the Bach - Gounod “Ave Maria” from PlentyMusic for tenor horn and piano Gounod’s melody is played on by the tenor player Show More...

Added:   15th December, 2021 10:12 AM   |     Views  : 281    
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Manchega arr. tenor horn & piano

Manchega originates as a concert étude for piano – an etude in music is a study. Such movements are intended to improve and demonstrate technique a Show More...

Added:   7th April, 2020 18:04 PM   |     Views  : 894    
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Mi Teresita (Little Waltz) arr. tenor horn & piano

Teresa Carreño 1853 – 1917 was a Venezuelan concert pianist and composer whose career spanned a period of 54 years. Known for her powerful and sp Show More...

Added:   4th March, 2020 09:03 AM   |     Views  : 873    
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None but the Lonely Heart arr. tenor horn & piano

None but the Lonely Heart originates as a song and dates from 1869 coming from the composer’s Opus 6 collection. The poetry was written by the Germa Show More...

Added:   2nd January, 2020 12:01 PM   |     Views  : 782    
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Pavane pour une infante défuncte arr. tenor horn & piano

The origins of the music are as a piano piece composed in 1899 when Ravel was studying with Fauré. It exists in several arrangements and was populari Show More...

Added:   30th October, 2019 13:10 PM   |     Views  : 968    
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Shenandoah arr. brass quartet

Shenandoah is a traditional American folk song dating from the 19th century. The song exists in many forms and arrangements becoming popular as a sea Show More...

Added:   20th September, 2019 07:09 AM   |     Views  : 1340    
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La biondina in gondoleta arr. tenor horn & piano

The origins of this piece are as a Venetian song about gondolas (boats) and gondoliers (those steering and propelling the boats). Themes often expres Show More...

Added:   29th August, 2019 16:08 PM   |     Views  : 922    
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Nel cor più non mi sento arr. tenor horn & piano

Paisiello was an opera composer and his best known melody “Nel cor più mi sento” is from his opera La Molinara. Beethoven used the melody as a th Show More...

Added:   12th August, 2019 15:08 PM   |     Views  : 1316    
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The Last Rose of Summer arr. tenor horn & piano

This traditional Irish melody associated with the early 19th poem written by Thomas Moore is suited to being played by a solo instrument with an accom Show More...

Added:   24th July, 2019 16:07 PM   |     Views  : 1109    
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Pieds-en-l’air arr. tenor horn & piano

This is an excellent piece for developing legato playing and instrument tone. It is also a good test piece because a successful performance requires a Show More...

Added:   15th April, 2019 14:04 PM   |     Views  : 716    
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Neapolitan Song arr. tenor horn & piano

This is an arrangement for tenor horn with piano accompaniment of Tchaikovsky’s Neapolitan Dance also familiar as a theme from one of the dances in Show More...

Added:   16th March, 2019 14:03 PM   |     Views  : 1177    
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Swing Low, Sweet Chariot arr. tenor horn & piano

This is a very popular piece of music that in many respects transcends idiom, style and at times it could be suggested culture. This improver level ar Show More...

Added:   5th December, 2018 18:12 PM   |     Views  : 1084    
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Skye Boat Song arr. tenor horn & piano

This familiar Scottish folk song begins and ends with a chorus (chorus-verse-chorus) and whilst the song’s text describes the escape of Bonnie Princ Show More...

Added:   8th November, 2018 11:11 AM   |     Views  : 1083    
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Santa Lucia arr. tenor horn & piano

Santa Lucia has its origins as a Neapolitan song with its lyrics celebrating the outdoor lives of boatmen who lived and worked in the Bay of Naples in Show More...

Added:   2nd October, 2018 12:10 PM   |     Views  : 1194    
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The Swan arr. tenor horn & piano

Camille Saint-Saens (1835-1921) was a French composer and this beautiful movement is from The Carnival of the Animals of 1886. The melody needs to be Show More...

Added:   1st June, 2018 16:06 PM   |     Views  : 1277    
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