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$25.00For several years, we have published the book, Rules of the Game by Christopher. In 2020, with the assistance of Mr. Leuba's students, Marion Hesse, Charles Bell, and Roger Kaza, we are publishing A Christopher Leuba Compendium. This volume includes the: 1. Daily Warm Up (1982) 2. Daily Warm Up ( 1963-with comparisons of the 1974 and 1981 manuscript editions) 3. Dexterity Drills (1977) 4. Phrasing Concepts (1974) 5. Appendix This volume is published with permission from and appreciation to the Estate of Christopher Leuba. Learn More
Starting at: $10.00Written for and premiered by the Lyric Ensemble, Harold Kafer's setting of the Kyrie for Soprano, Oboe, Horn, and Piano is lovely and lyrical; contemporary and old at the same time and will prove to be a nice addition to your collection of mixed chamber music repertoire that includes horn. Learn More
Starting at: $15.00Sights and Sounds of the Symposium was composed for Robert Palmer and Vanessa Montelongo on the occasion of the 52nd International Horn Symposium. The first movement, The Bell Tower at Sunrise, is an ever-developing set of variations over an ever-developing repeated thematic motive. A Rondo for the Morning Run, the second movement, is based on the Rondo from the Quartet for Four Horns by Randall Faust and uses the pitch pattern: sol-do-re-sol. Grade 4-6 Learn More
Starting at: $15.00Written for International Horn Society President, Andrew Pelletier and inspired by the writing of John Howard Bryant and Abraham Lincoln, Songs of Liberty for Horn and Piano commemorates the summer of 2020 and also looks back to the year of 1860-two very complex and challenging periods in U.S. history. The two movements are: I. Bold Champions: We Cannot Escape History! II. Lincoln and Liberty Learn More
Starting at: $10.00This three movement work is a wonderfully colorful set of etudes for solo horn. Grade: 5-6 Battle Axe emphasizes large leaps (7ths and 9ths), often slurred, as well as ascending sixteenth-note patterns following the octatonic scale. The Bug and the Blue Light is an expressive journey through many different keys (all lydian), with slurred, disjunct melody lines that cover a large range. Vertigo Skipping, explores the alternation between 6/8 and 5/8 ideas, as well as slurs from beat to beat, with the ascending major 9th appearing prominently. Dr. Ashley Cumming, horn Learn More