Edward Elgar: Three Pieces for Euphonium & Piano
Three Pieces for Euphonium & Piano
Edward Elgar (1857 - 1934)
Euphonium et piano
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Elgar wrote two lovely contrasting works, Opus 15, for Violin around the 1890's, the Chanson de Nuit and Chanson de Matin. They were titled in French as his publisher suggested the British public would find them more appealing to purchase. The Chanson de Nuit and Chanson de Matin became his best selling works to that point and added much needed funds for the family finances. The Romance, Opus 62 was originally written for the Bassoon as a lyrical work with orchestra, as Elgar tried to get away from the usually comical writing for the instrument. Mr. Sauer has combined the delightful works into a three movement suite for Euphonium of about twelve minutes in length for advanced performers.