Romance is a pure, soulful work that embodies the simplicity of its title.
The Seal Lullaby, a setting of a poem found in Kipling’s The Jungle Book by Eric Whitacre, has been arranged as a flügelhorn solo by Paul Sharman.
This solo was written for the ISB120 event in June 2011 especially for Derick Kane and the International Staff Band. The material for the solo is indicative of Kane’s Scottish roots.
This solo is a pastiche of the Arthur Pryor classic “The Blue Bells of Scotland”, based on the song “Scotland the Brave”.
Twenty-five slow melody solos for euphonium or baritone with full piano accompaniment, arranged by Luc Vertommen.
Published as a part of the Owen Farr Solo series. The title, borrowed from dancing, encompasses the virtuosic, yet jovial, nature of the piece.
Published as a part of the Owen Farr Solo Series, this piece demonstrates the full capabilities of the tenor horn.
Published as part of the Owen Farr Solo Series, this is an arrangement of a movement from the suite, The Carnival of the Animals.
Toccata was written at the Owen Farr’s request to add new contrasting material to the recital repertoire for tenor horn.
Published as part of the Owen Farr Solo Series, this solo was written for Farr while he and the composer were students at the RNCM.