Was browsing at the Marine Band site and they have a Euphonium opening ( I wish I had seen this 30 years ago...). Here is the web address and a snip of the text:
The audition will consist of the following:
A) A solo of applicant’s choice
B) Excerpts from the following:
“Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms” (Mantia)
“The Stars and Stripes Forever” (Sousa)
March from Suite in F for Military Band, Opus 28, No. 2 (Holst)
Overture to Benvenuto Cellini (Berlioz/Patterson)
The Roman Carnival Overture, Opus 9 (Berlioz/Godfrey II)
Chaconne from Suite in E-flat for Military Band, Opus 28, No. 1 (Holst)
“Fiesta del Pacifico” (Nixon)
Theme and Variations, Opus 43a (Schoenberg)
Aegean Festival Overture (Makris/Bader)
The Pines Near a Catacomb from The Pines of Rome (Respighi/Duker)
“Molly on the Shore” (Grainger/Rogers)
Toccata Marziale (Vaughan Williams)
Jupiter from The Planets, Opus 32 (Holst/Smith)
Marche Hongroise from La Damnation de Faust, Opus 24 (Berlioz/Bowlin)
“Rocky Point Holiday” (Nelson)
Colonial Song (Grainger)
... and other details...
Marine Band auditions occur only in anticipation of projected vacancies. They are announced in The International Musician and by direct mailings to college band directors and instrumental music instructors. All auditions take place in John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks in Washington, D.C., and are conducted much like those of major symphony orchestras. There is no taped round for Marine Band auditions.
Interested applicants should send a letter of inquiry with a current resume to Operations Officer, U.S. Marine Band, Marine Barracks, 8th and I Streets, SE, Washington, DC 20390-5000, or fax this information to (202) 433-4752. Applicants must travel to Washington, D.C., at their own expense.