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  1. Interval Etudes for Horn

    Starting at: $6.00

    New and accessible studies based on each of the intervals from the Minor Second through the Major Seventh. Grade: 4 Learn More
  2. Out of the Darkness
  3. Air from The Water Music Suite for Trumpet, Horn, and Organ

    Starting at: $10.00

    Music for Trumpet, Horn and Organ by G.F. Handel, edited by Randall E. Faust. Grade: 4 Learn More
  4. Air from The Water Music for 2 Horns and Organ

    Starting at: $10.00

    Music for Two Horns and Organ by G.F. Handel, edited by Randall E. Faust. Grade: 4 Learn More
  5. Andante Cantabile

    Starting at: $10.00

    Arranged for Horn Quartet by Marvin C. Howe. Grade: 5 Learn More
  6. Auburn Echoes FHP

    Starting at: $15.00

    Variations in the romantic style on a theme by William Wood. Grade: 5 Learn More
  7. Auburn Echoes VHP

    Starting at: $15.00

    Variations in the romantic style on a theme by William Wood. Recorded by Randall Faust on Fantasies on American Themes Grade: 5 Auburn Echoes for Horn, Violin, and Piano-Randall Faust, horn; John Lindsey, violin; Cary Lewis, piano

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  8. Call and Response for Solo Horn

    Starting at: $4.00

    Variations on the Hymn--Amazing Grace. Composed for a presentation by John Heilman for the Auburn University Research Council, March 1997. University Division Solo Horn Selection, American Horn Competition, 2001
    Recorded by Andrew Pelletier on
    MSR Classics 1168: Celebration: Horn Music of Randall Faust

    Recorded by David Griffin on
    compact disc: For You: Music for French Horn and Piano

    Recorded by Randall Faust on
    Fantasies on American Themes

    Grade: 5

    Andrew Pelletier, May 2018. Performance starts at 9:50. 

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  9. Callings for Four Horns

    Starting at: $10.00

    An attractive composition for Horn Quartet in two movements: I. Faith II. Valor Grade: 5 Learn More
  10. Campbell Fanfare for Horn Octet by Thomas Jöstlein

    Starting at: $15.00

    A heroic fanfare composed for the Western Illinois Horn Festival in honor of Douglas Campbell, April 30, 2006. St. Louis Symphony hornist Thomas Jöstlein conducts his original work for horn octet at the Korean Horn Society camp in August 2011. Over 90 terrific horn students and professionals played this piece, dedicated to the great horn teacher Ellen Campbell, wife of the work's dedicatee, Dr. Douglas Campbell. Dale Clevenger, conducting May 26, 2016 Learn More
  11. Celebration for Horn and Organ (1974)

    Starting at: $4.00

    Recorded by Ralph Lockwood on Crystal Records, by Steve Gross on ACA Digital Recordings: Celebration & Meditation and by Andrew Pelletier on MSR Classics 1168: Celebration: Horn Music of Randall Faust

    Grade: 4-5 

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  12. Dances for Nat Horn and Percussion

    Starting at: $10.00

    First performances with percussionist Aleo and the composer-Interlochen Center for the Arts. Subsequent performances with percussionist Gregory Byrne at meetings of the College Music Society and the Alabama Music Educators Association. Other performances by university professors and students throughout the United States. Grade: 4-5

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  13. Epitaph

    Starting at: $10.00

    Commissioned by Douglas Campbell in memory of Ellen Campbell. Grade: 5 Learn More
  14. Fanfare for London

    Starting at: $10.00

    Written for the opening recital of the International Symposium hosted by Jonathan Stoneman, 2014. at Imperial College, London, UK. Grade: 4-5 Learn More
  15. Fantasy for Horn and Organ

    Starting at: $10.00

    Fantasy Variations on - Von Himmel Hoch Recorded by Andrew Pelletier on MSR Classics 1168: Celebration: Horn Music of Randall Faust

    Grade: 5

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  16. Festive Processional H&O

    Starting at: $8.00

    Wedding processional dedicated to and first performed at the wedding of Krisin and Michael, San Francisco, California, September 2001. Recorded by Andrew Pelletier on MSR Classics 1168: Celebration: Horn Music of Randall Faust

    Grade: 4

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  17. Golden Fantasy for Wagner Tuba and Piano (2019)
  18. Harmonielehre for Solo Horn

    Starting at: $4.00

    Composed for Douglas Campbell. A major new work for Solo Horn--exploiting the study of the harmonics of the horn as practiced by Dr. Douglas Campbell and the composer. First performance--Interlochen Center for the Arts--Summer, 1996
    Recorded by Randall Faust on Fantasies on American Themes

    Grade: 5-6 Harmonielehre for Solo Horn-Randall Faust, horn Learn More

  19. Heroic Brew

    Starting at: $15.00

    This sextet was commissioned and written for Ashley Cumming, Horn Professor, Murray State University on the occasion of its Premier Performance at the Murray State Horn Faculty Celebration Concert on February 17. 2018. Heroic Brew was also performed at the 50th International Horn Symposium of the International Horn Society at Ball State University in 2018. Grade: 4-5 Performance: Murray State University Horn Ensemble with Ashley Cumming, Director, 2018 International Horn Symposium at Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana Learn More

  20. Horn Call - Horn & Electronic Media

    Starting at: $10.00

    Wonderful piece for horn and electronic media where the horn sound is echoed and the timbre manipulated through electronic media. Performed at The Electronic Music Plus Festival--The University of Maryland --1979. Subject of an article by the composer in THE HORN CALL--Fall of 1980. Recorded by Andrew Pelletier on MSR Classics 1168: Celebration: Horn Music of Randall Faust Grade: 5-6

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  21. Kyrie for Soprano, Oboe, Horn, and Piano by Harold A. Kafer

    Starting at: $10.00

    Written 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
  22. Mazasha for Solo Horn (1985)

    Starting at: $4.00

    This work was inspired by the composer's study of the chants and dance rhythms of Native Americans. Performed by the composer at the International Horn Symposium in Munich in 1989. Grade: 5 Learn More
  23. Meditation for H&O

    Starting at: $5.00

    Commissioned by Jim Kellock of St. Columba's Episcopal Church, Washington, D.C. Recorded by Andrew Pelletier on MSR Classics 1168: Celebration: Horn Music of Randall Faust

    Grade: 5

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  24. Music for the Horns of the Emerald City  for Horn Quartet or Choir - (2020)

    Starting at: $15.00

    Music for the Horns of the Emerald City for Horn Quartet or Horn Choir was composed for Lydia Van Dreel Horn Professor at The University of Oregon and her vision, as Host, of the International Horn Symposium 52 in 2020. This two movement work depicts two very natural and healthy activities one can associate with the Horn Symposium and with Lydia Van Dreel: The Yoga Class and The Joggers. Grade: 4-6 Learn More
  25. Prelude for Solo Horn

    Starting at: $4.00

    Solo work that explores the technique of stopping the horn. Composed for Marvin Howe.

    In 1972 THE HORN CALL published part of a short treatise by Marvin Howe on Stopped Horn (1968).  In this short treatise, Marvin Howe discussed an effective method for improving stopped horn technique. The essential statement was that closing the hand in the bell of the horn, lowers the pitch to a half-step above the next lowest partial in the harmonic series.”  The subsequent letters to the editor of THE HORN CALL became what was known as “The Great Stopped Horn Debate.”  Rather than write a letter to the editor, I chose to compose this Prelude—to illustrate the techniques discussed by Marvin Howe.  (REF)

    Interestingly enough, the review of this composition also became an ongoing discussion between the reviewer-Dr. Gayle Chesebro, the Editor of the Horn Call-Paul Mansur, and Dr. Howe.   So, this composition, itself, also became part of “The Great Stopped Horn Debate”!

    In many ways the composition is a dialog between the outdoor horn-with little fanfares on open notes of the harmonic series-and the indoor horn-with open-stopped glissandi-created by closing the right hand inside the horn.  In the end, regardless of whether one is projecting open notes or stopped notes, the harmonic series always wins the debate!

    Grade: 5

    University Division Solo Horn Selection--American Horn Competition, 1991, 1994, 1997, & 2001.

    Recorded by Randall Faust on Fantasies on American Themes.

    Prelude for Solo Horn-Randall Faust, horn

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