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Concert and Contest Collection - French Horn (in F) - Solo Part (French Horn)

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This top-rated collection of solo literature from the celebrated Rubank catalog is known by teachers and students everywhere. Each book offers a superb variety of solos customized for that instrument, and most state solo/ensemble contest lists include several solos from this collection. (Piano accompaniment sold separately.)

Now available:

Performance/Accompaniment CD

Solo Book with Performance/Accompaniment CD (04002520)

Now students can perform these acclaimed solos with high quality recordings. Includes full performances by professional players, as well as piano accompaniment tracks.

Song List:

  • Allerseelen All Souls' Day Richard Strauss
  • Ballade Ostransky
  • Farewell Serenade Herfurth
  • La Chasse Koepke
  • Le Cor Flegier
  • Melodie Lenom
  • Nocturne(M/Sum. Nocturne M
  • Prelude Herodiade Massenet
  • Reveries Glazunov
  • Romance Camille Saint-Saens Saint Saens
  • Romanza Rondo Con No4 Mozart
  • Scherzo Shelukov
  • Two Outdoor Scenes Ostransky
  • Vocalise Sergei Rachmanioff

Additional Information:

Publisher: Rubank Publications (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 04471770
Northwest Product Number: 112-0322-23-002

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