Couple the Tuba

für Orgel (ohne Pedal) - Sammelband für festliche Anlässe

für: Orgel (manualiter)

Umfang31 Seiten; 23 × 30,5 cm
Verlag/HerstellerKevin Mayhew
Hersteller-Nr.KM 1400359
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A collection of festive organ music. Each piece make prominent use of the Tuba or other solo reeds. Eminently suitable for joyful occasions. For Manuals / Für Orgel ohne Pedal - Orgelnotenheft


This is a spectacular collection of festive organ music. Each piece make prominent use of the Tuba or other solo reeds. Eminently suitable for joyful occasions, they do not need a large cathedral instrument to achieve their effect. There are no insuperable technical difficulties and a modest organ is sufficient. Our composers have excelled themselves!


Cantique - Stanley Vann

Diversion for the reeds - June Nixon

Finale - Andrew Moore

March ride - Richard Lloyd

Paean - Andrew Wright

Scherzando - Robert Jones

Tromba pomposa - Andrew Fletcher

Tubas ahoy! - Colin Mawby

Tuba talk - Rosalie Bonighton

About the Composers:

Rosalie Bonighton (b. 1946) is a composer, part-time teacher and Organist and Music Director at St John the Evangelist Church, Ballarat, Australia. She writes for both professional and amateur performers, and has a special interest in music for new liturgical needs.

Andrew Fletcher (b. 1950) is a Midlands-based church musician, choral director, teacher, composer, arranger and concert organist who regularly gives recitals, masterclasses and choral workshops both in England and the USA.

Robert Jones (b. 1945) lives in Monmouth. Having taught for over 30 years, he is now retired, but, in addition to composing, continues to be active as an organist, accompanist and examiner.

Richard Lloyd (b. 1933) was Assistant Organist of Salisbury Cathedral and successively Organist of Hereford and Durham Cathedrals. He now divides his time between examining and composing.

Colin Mawby (b. 1936) has achieved an international reputation as a composer. His vocal writing is widely acknowledged to be "masterly" and his music "inspirational". He was for many years Master of Music at Westminster Cathedral.

Andrew Moore (b. 1954) studied at the Royal Academy of Music and at Cambridge University. He is currently parish priest of St Francis, Ascot.

June Nixon is one of Australia's best-known organists, choir trainers and composers. She is Organist and Director of the Choir at St Pauls Cathedral, Melbourne, and teaches at the Music Faculty of Melbourne University.

Stanley Vann (b. 1910) was Assistant Organist at Leicester Cathedral and Chorus Master of Leicester Philharmonic for Sir Henry Wood and Sir Malcolm Sargent; Later successively Organist at Chelmsford and Peterborough Cathedrals. Composer of eight Masses, fourteen Evening services, many motets, anthems and organ pieces.

Andrew Wright (b. 1955) studied music at Worcester College, Oxford under Robert Sherlaw Johnson and was a former Assistant Master of Music at Westminster Cathedral. He has been Master of Music and Diocesan Director of Music for the Diocese of Brentwood since 1982 and is very active as a conductor, teacher, performer and composer. Compositions include motets, carols, liturgical music and organ music.