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Thread: TTEE arrangement of Elgars Nimrod

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    TTEE arrangement of Elgars Nimrod

    I am looking for an arrangement of Edward Elgar's Nimrod for tuba euphonium quartet. Do you know where I can find one?
    David, Thank you for this Forum. I have learned quite a lot by my visits.
    Thanks, Tubadewey

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    I'm glad you find the forum useful!

    I've heard e/t quartets play the piece, but I can't find the arrangement. However, here is one for trombone quartet:

    https://brassmusiconline.com/product...ombone-quartet

    It would probably work, but the euph would be reading tenor clef for at least some of it. That is just like treble clef, but with concert-pitch accidentals and key. So if you see a key signature of 1 flat, you would play as though it were in 1 sharp in transposed treble clef.
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  3. The Tuba Quartet I belonged to performed an arrangement for TTEE that was done by one of our performers, Kevin T. Carubia. I do not have Kevin's email but he can be found on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/KCarubia
    Sterling Virtuoso 1052HS & Adams E3 Prototype 0.70 Top Sprung valves
    Sterling Virtuoso 1050HS baritone & Conn 24I/25I euphonium
    New England Brass Band/Metropolitan Wind Symphony
    Winchendon Winds/Townsend Military Band

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    Thank you David

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    thank you , I listened to your quartet on Youtube play this piece and it is very well played and moving.

  6. It may apparently work, anyway the euph would examine tenor clef for its most part some. That is a ton the equivalent as treble clef, anyway with show pitch accidentals and key. So on the off peril that you see a key sign of 1 level, you may play essentially on the grounds that it have been in 1 sharp in transposed treble clef.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClaribelAske View Post
    It may apparently work, anyway the euph would examine tenor clef for its most part some. That is a ton the equivalent as treble clef, anyway with show pitch accidentals and key. So on the off peril that you see a key sign of 1 level, you may play essentially on the grounds that it have been in 1 sharp in transposed treble clef.
    That was just what I was thinking.
    John Morgan
    The U.S. Army Band (Pershing's Own) 1971-1976
    Adams E3 Custom Series Euphonium, Wessex EP-100 Dolce Euphonium, 1956 B&H Imperial Euphonium
    Adams TB1 Tenor Trombone, Yamaha YBL-822G Bass Trombone
    Wessex TE-360 Bombino Eb Tuba
    Rapid City New Horizons & Municipal Bands (Euphonium)
    Black Hills Symphony Orchestra (Bass Trombone), Powder River Symphony, Gillette, WY (Tenor Trombone)
    Black Hills Brass Quintet (Tuba)

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