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    "Fantasia di Concerto" (Boccalari) Bb score

    Dear forum members,

    Although this piece is extremely difficult and certainly not fit for me to play (yet ), I would be interested in obtaining the Bb score of it, so at least I can read the notes as fast as they are to be played...

    I do own a 1948 version in C for solo baritone (arranged by Kent-Akers), but on sight reading/transposing this piece from C to Bb is just not doable for me, let alone start practicing it.

    Could a forum member give me some directions where the Bb score (euphonium part only) is available/for sale (preferably downloadable), either in treble clef or bass clef?

    Many thanks!

    Dieter

  2. There are two editions available through Cimarron Music, both with options for PDF download: (both are for euphonium & piano)

    The original edition: https://www.cimarronmusic.com/fantasiadiconcerto

    Version arranged/edited by Bryan Doughty (as I understand it, this is an update to the original to correct some inconsistencies): https://www.cimarronmusic.com/fantasiadiconcertodoughty

    The Doughty version includes both treble clef and bass clef solo parts. The original version *may* have a solo part in treble clef? Though I'm not entirely sure based on the description. Dave Werden or anyone who owns this edition may be able to confirm this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fujiifilm View Post
    There are two editions available through Cimarron Music, both with options for PDF download: (both are for euphonium & piano)

    The original edition: https://www.cimarronmusic.com/fantasiadiconcerto

    Version arranged/edited by Bryan Doughty (as I understand it, this is an update to the original to correct some inconsistencies): https://www.cimarronmusic.com/fantasiadiconcertodoughty

    The Doughty version includes both treble clef and bass clef solo parts. The original version *may* have a solo part in treble clef? Though I'm not entirely sure based on the description. Dave Werden or anyone who owns this edition may be able to confirm this.

    I was able to purchase and download the latest version in treble clef, for euphonium (so in Bb tuning). Many thanks!

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