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This recording features euphoniumist Pat stuckemeyer playing a wonderful selection of music, from student to professional level in difficulty. It is a great resource for the student or teacher. Includes Suite for Baritone by Don Haddad, Andante et Allegro by J. Guy-Ropartz/arr. A. Shapiro, Sonata for Unaccompanied Euphonium by Fred Clinard, A Song For Night by Noah D. Taylor, Sonata for Euphonium and Piano by Arthur Frackenpohl, Andante and Rondo from Concerto for Double Bass by Antonio Capuzzi/arr. Philip Catelinet, Introduction and Dance by J.E. Barat, Six Studies in English Folk Song by Ralph Vaughan Williams/arr. Paul Droste, Song To The Evening Star from Tannhauser by Richard Wagner/arr. Leonard B. Smith, Cheerio by Leonard B. Smith, Air from Comus by Thomas A. Arne/arr. Donald C. Little, Little Norway by Leonard B. Smith, Ballad in Blue by Robert Girlamo/ed. Herman Vincent, Gypsy Rondo by Franz Joseph Haydn/arr. Leonard B. Smith, Electra III by Leonard B. Smith/ed. Leonard V. Falcone, and Lazy Lullaby by Donald C. Little.
Friends in Low Places, with the DePaul University Wind Ensemble. Floyd plays the Ralph Vaughan Williams Tuba Concerto, Concerto for Bass Trombone and Orchestra by Eric Ewazen, Concerto for Tuba by Edward Gregson, and Concerto No. 1 for Horn in E-Flat by Richard Strauss.