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lgie Opus 17 for Tuba or Bass Trombone & Piano
Glazunov, Alexander / Sauer, Ralph
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Beach, Amy – Eskimos, Op. 64 for Bass Trombone and Piano
$17.50 USD

Amy Beach's Eskimos, Opus 64 composed in 1907 was written originally for Piano solo and is set in four descriptive vignettes:
1. Arctic Night
2. The Returning Hunter
3. Exiles
4. With Dog-Teams

Beach used melodies from eleven Inuit songs she discovered from an early recording and set them to "European" harmonies.

Mr. Sauer's arrangement of this unique music is playable by moderately advanced performers. The four movements total about 10 minutes of music in length.

The mp3 sample is a clip (Tenor Trombone version) taken from a live masterclass recital at the 2012 Academy of the West Festival performed by Tenor Trombonist Kensey Chellis and Pianist Chorong Park.

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Composer Info
Beach, Amy
Beach, Amy
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Amy Beach displayed awesome musical talent as an infant. Born in 1867 into a distinguished New England family, she was nurtured in her love of music and became America's first successful musical composer. She also was a first rate Piano soloist and toured the world performing her compositions.
Sauer, Ralph

Ralph Sauer
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Sauer was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and graduated from the Eastman School of Music where he studied with Emory Remington. He was the Principal Trombonist of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra from 1968 to 1974. During that time, he was also the Principal Trombonist with the Canadian Opera Company and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and taught at the University of Toronto.

In 1974, Sauer was named Principal Trombonist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic by Zubin Mehta. He made his Los Angeles Philharmonic concerto debut in 1979, performing Kazimierz Serocki's Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra with Zubin Mehta conducting - a work whose U.S. premiere Sauer gave at the Eastman School of Music in 1965. In March 2003, Sauer premiered Augusta Read Thomass Trombone Concerto with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen. He was also a frequent performer with the Philharmonic's New Music Group. He retired from the orchestra in 2006.

Sauer has appeared as soloist with many orchestras and has given master classes and recitals throughout Europe, Scandinavia, Japan, Mexico, Costa Rica, Canada, and the United States. He has appeared at the Stratford, Marlboro, and Aspen summer music festivals and was visiting professor at the Eastman School of Music and Arizona State University as well as an instructor with the New World Symphony (Miami) and the International Brass Festival in Melbourne (Australia). He has also taught at the Norwegian Academy (Oslo) and the Sibelius Academy (Helsinki). Sauer is currently on the faculty of the Music Academy of the West. He has taught many prominent trombonists, including Christian Lindberg.

From his earliest days as a student at the Eastman School of Music in the mid 1960s up to the present (2013), Sauer has transcribed and arranged hundreds of works by many composers, scoring them for various sized brass ensembles, trombone ensembles, tuba ensembles, trombone solos, tuba, euphonium, trumpet and horn solos. His works are currently distributed by Cherry Classics Music (

Sauer is a founding member of Summit Brass, and is a clinician for Shires trombones.

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