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Trios For All

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format French Horn Trio
Arranger Henderson/Stoutamire
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Catalog # PROBK01396

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Trios For All Arranged by Henderson/Stoutamire. For French Horn Trio. Published by Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. (Catalog # PROBK01396, UPC: 029156117417)

A variety of combinations of instruments can play trios with these books. With the exception of the basses, any three like-instruments such as three flutes, three clarinets, three cornets, three trombones, three bassoons, and so on ca n play together in three-part harmony. Numerous mixed-instruments such as viol in, trumpet, and tuba also may perform all of the trios in these books. Basses must play the bottom line only, but the music is arranged so that they have t he melody from time to time. Any number of instrumentalists may play together in three-part harmony. Thus, directors can rehearse the music with large ensem bles an assign trios of players or groups of players to practice and perform t ogether.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANDANTE MOZART  
ANDANTE GRAZIOSO HAYDEN  
BALLET ANGLIOS FISCHER  
DANCE KABALEVSKY  
DIRGE BARTOK  
HUNTER'S SONG BEETHOVEN  
IVAN SINGS KHACHATURIAN  
KAMARINSKAIA TSCHAIKOWSKY  
LARGHETTO STRAVINSKY  
LITTLE MARCH SHOSTAKOVICH  
MARCH PROKOFIEV  
MENUET HANDEL  
PASSAPIED TELLEMANN  
RIGADOON PURCELL  
SOLDIERS MARCH SCHUMANN  
THEME FROM SYMPHONY NO. 1 BRAHMS  
WALTZ GRIEG  
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