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Playing in a Euphonium-Tuba Quartet

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I have discussed this now and then in master classes and clinics. An excellent way for euphonium and tuba players to enhance their ensemble skills is by forming or joining a euphonium-tuba quartet. You will develop your listening ability for rhythm, ensemble, intonation, blend, and balance. And you will enjoy making music in a group with a beautiful sound!



There is already a great deal of music written for such ensembles. I have a list of my arrangements on this site at:

www.dwerden.com/eu-music-et4.cfm



Many publishers offer such arrangements. You could also check the Cimarron Music catalog at:

www.cimarronmusic.com

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