Treble/Bass Concert Duos! Top Parts in BOTH Bb AND C!

Have you ever had a chamber music gig, and SOMEONE was running a bit late?

Ever wanted to play chamber music, but just couldn’t quite seem to schedule 4 or 5 people at the same time?

Or have you ever just wanted a change of pace in one of your programs?

These duos might be just the right thing…

Because the first part is published in BOTH C and Bb transposition (both are included with each purchase), these duos will work in almost any combination:
Flute-Bassoon or Cello
Clarinet-Bassoon or Cello
Trumpet-Trombone or Euphonium
Oboe-Euphonium or Bassoon
(and, of course, bass trombone goes with everything….)

CC2789_copy_largeAs presented at the 40th International Trumpet Guild Conference in Columbus, Ohio by DUO BRASS-Craig Morris, Peter Wood, Marc Reese & Jason Carder trumpets with David William Brubeck bass trombone. Each of these ten concert duos have been arranged, performed and refined by Brian Neal, solo trumpet of the Dallas Brass, and David Brubeck, bass trombonist. During four seasons, the Brubeck-Neal Duo presented these arrangements in dozens of concerts. A significant milestone in the development of the under-served duo genre. Available NOW from Cherry Classics!

I have personally played these with bass trombone on the second part and
violin, oboe, Bb trumpet and C trumpet on the top part, and the editors for the duos included not only many of the personnel listed above, but also violinists Geremy Miller and Erika Venable, as well as oboist Erin Gittelsohn.

DUO BRASS featuring Marc Reese

featuring Marc Reese

If you play chamber music, these just may improve your life, your performance and bring a smile to the faces in your audience. That is why they were created….

J. S. Bach: Air in G, Badinerie, Aria, Two part Invention No. IV & VI, Siciliana
R. Gliere: Berceuse, Op. 39,
L. Beethoven: Fur Elise,
J. Dowland: Flow, My Tears
Traditional Shaker Melody: Simple Gifts.

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