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  1. Fantasy on the Hymn Tune "The Mouldering Vine" for Horn and Piano by William Presser
    $19.95

    As recorded on the compact disc - Fantasies on American Themes.

    Grade: 5-6

    Fantasy on the Hymn Tune Mouldering Vine, Randall Faust, horn
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  2. Festive Processional for Horn and Band
    $25.00

    Wedding processional dedicated to and first performed at the wedding of Kristin and Michael, San Francisco, California, September 2001 transcribed for Horn and Wind Ensemble. 2013 Edition.

    Grade: 4

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  3. 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

    Festive Processional for Horn and Organ, Andrew Pelletier, horn
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  4. Finale: Viennese Sonatina No. 6
    $10.00

    Transcribed for Three Horns by Marvin C. Howe
    Another Hornists' Nest publication.  The third horn has an impressive low horn part.

    Grade: 4

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  5. Five Old French Carols
    $10.00

    Arranged for Four Horns by Edward Gogolak.

    Grade: 4-5

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  6. Four Fables for Horn and Piano by Judith Olson
    $8.95

    Written in May 1961 and dedicated to Orrin Olson.

    Grade: 5

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  7. French Horn Players Guide to the Blues and Beyond by Jeffrey Agrell
    $15.00

    French Horn Player’s Guide to the Blues (and Beyond) is a new look at how horn players can get in on the joys and benefits of creating their own music and at last take part in the most influential musical genre of the 20th century, the blues. The blues is an aural art, but this method uses notation as a springboard to (paradoxically) getting free of dependence on notation. Players will learn about the structure of the blues and will learn to solo and create bass lines and accompaniments. Players may learn on their own, with a teacher, or with friends. Learn More
  8. Golden Calls for Horn Sextet or Horn Choir (2014)
    $10.00

    This Sextet was composed for the the Steven Cohen Horn Ensemble and premiered at the 50th International Horn Symposium. Learn More
  9. Golden Fantasy for Wagner Tuba and Piano (2019)
  10. 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

  11. 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 Learn More

  12. 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  Horn Call for Horn and Electronic Media-Andrew Pelletier, horn

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  13. Horn Technique-Agrell
    $19.99

    Horn Technique by Jeffrey Agrell is a comprehensive resource for teachers, and a combination road map and gold mine of information for serious students. Above all, it encourages the reader/player to combine the book’s approach with what they already do, and, fueled by curiosity and imagination, to use the book as a springboard to make new discoveries about the best ways to master this ancient and amazing instrument. A detailed, thoughtful look at ways old and new to get from one note to another, plus many illustrated suggestions about the most efficient ways to teach the instrument to students at any level. Learn More
  14. In Memoriam Marvin C. Howe (1918-1994) for Horn Quartet
    $10.00

    Touching arrangements by Marvin Howe and published by The Hornists' Nest.  Selections include the Russian Folk Song--Someone's Horse is Standing There and two Schubert songs--Her Portrait and The Signpost.

    Grade: 4

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  15. Intuitions for Horn Quartet by Kazimierz Machala
    $24.95

    Machala, a native of Poland, has enjoyed a career as performer, composer, and teacher, all centered around his instrument, the horn. He was the first horn player in the history of Juilliard to receive a Doctor of Musical Arts degree, was named Professor Emeritus of Horn at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign after 20 years of teaching, and has toured extensively as soloist and as member of several ensembles. Learn More
  16. Jesu Dulcis Memoriam by Tomas Luis de Victoria arranged for Horn
    $6.00

    This expressive choral work is a fine addition to the repertoire for concerts or church services.

    Grade: 4

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  17. Jingle Bells for Horn Quartet arranged by Lowell Shaw
    $10.00

    As Lowell Shaw says: "Off on a short and fairly up-tempo romp through several keys, and 'we'll have a grand old time!'"

    Grade: 5

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  18. Keys to Transposition
    $24.95

    Horn players need to transpose, yet until now, there has not been a complete method devoted to teaching this essential skill. This method begins by explaining why horn parts need to be transposed and then uses this historical information to provide the hornist with a concrete strategy to master transposition. After building skills through exercises, excerpts from the horn literature are presented for practical application. Helpful transposition tips, practice techniques, and musical advice enhance the musical examples. Learn More
  19. 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
  20. Largo from Violin Concerto in a minor for Horn and Piano
    $8.00

    by Antonio Vivaldi, edited by Marvin C. Howe

    Grade: 4

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  21. Madrigals, Vol. 1 Transcribed by Marvin C. Howe
  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

    Meditation for Horn and Organ, Andrew Pelletier, horn
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  24. Meditation for Horn Choir (1997)
    $15.00

    First performance on Horn Sunday--Interlochen Center for the Arts.

    Grade: 4

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  25. Memoirs and Souvenirs - Prelude and Variations for Multiple Horns
    $25.00

    A dramatic composition for Horn Octet accompanied by four-part Horn Choir.  Commissioned and premiered by Dr. Keith Johnson and The University of Arizona Horn Ensemble.

    Grade: 5

    This recording is from the performance by The University of Arizona Horn Ensemble conducted by Professor Daniel Katzen with The International Horn Symposium Horn Choir at the 40th International Horn Symposium at The University of Denver in 2008.

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