Fantasie Concertante

after Carl Maria von Weber

Theodore Hoch

Solo Part with Piano
Performing Ensemble: Trombone with Piano
Instrumentation: Euphonium, Trombone, Piano
Item Number: W960
Number of Pages: 12+4
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print


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Transcribed for euphonium or trombone, Theodore Hoch's Fantasie Concertante, written in the style of Carl Maria von Weber, was first published for trumpet in 1902. Hoch (1842-1906) was a widely known cornetist during his lifetime and remains a popular brass composer. He was born and performed in Germany until he migrated to the United States in 1880, where he continued to tour and compose until his death in New York in 1906.

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