The Solo Hornist for Horn & Piano

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The Solo Hornist for Horn & Piano
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A collection of twelve solos for Horn and Piano arranged by Marvin C. Howe and edited by Randall E. Faust (2013). These solos are a wonderful addition to the solo repertoire for students of all levels and serve as interesting and beautiful selections for recitals, contest pieces, and as study materials to compliment The Advancing Hornist series of method books. Collection comes with a CD of the piano accompaniments.

Contents include:

  • Bach: Bist du bei mir Sonntag, Op. 47, No. 3
  • Brahms: Sonntag, Op. 47, No. 3
  • Brahms: Sapphische Ode
  • Brahms: Feldeinsamkeit, Op. 26, No. 2
  • Mozart: Dalla Sua Pace from Don Giovanni
  • Faure: Pie Jesu from the Requiem
  • Schubert: Einsamkeit from Die Winterreise, Op. 89
  • Dvorak: Lament, Op 85. No. 6
  • Faure: Sicilienne
  • Mahler: Two Blue Eyes from Songs of a Wayfarer
  • Saint-Saens: The Tourney of King John
  • Vivaldi: Qui Sedes Ad Dexteram Patres from Gloria

Grade: 4-6

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A collection of twelve solos for Horn and Piano arranged by Marvin C. Howe and edited by Randall E. Faust (2013). These solos are a wonderful addition to the solo repertoire for students of all levels and serve as interesting and beautiful selections for recitals, contest pieces, and as study materials to compliment The Advancing Hornist series of method books. Collection comes with a CD of the piano accompaniments.

Contents include:

  • Bach: Bist du bei mir Sonntag, Op. 47, No. 3
  • Brahms: Sonntag, Op. 47, No. 3
  • Brahms: Sapphische Ode
  • Brahms: Feldeinsamkeit, Op. 26, No. 2
  • Mozart: Dalla Sua Pace from Don Giovanni
  • Faure: Pie Jesu from the Requiem
  • Schubert: Einsamkeit from Die Winterreise, Op. 89
  • Dvorak: Lament, Op 85. No. 6
  • Faure: Sicilienne
  • Mahler: Two Blue Eyes from Songs of a Wayfarer
  • Saint-Saens: The Tourney of King John
  • Vivaldi: Qui Sedes Ad Dexteram Patres from Gloria

Grade: 4-6

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