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Entrance Standards, Tuba / Euphonium

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In addition to two contrasting etudes from from standard etude books, e.g., Bordogni, Tyrell, Blazevich, Kopprasch, students wishing to transfer should prepare representative repertoire that demonstrates their level of ability. Here are some examples, but other selections can be performed if they are approved by Prof. Peacock.

"The man who think he can 
and the man who thinks he can't are both right" 

- Henry Ford

 

 

 

Tuba
  • Freshmen, 164 - Haddad: Suite for tuba
  • Sophomore, 264 (transfer) - Lebedev: Konzert
  • Junior 364 (transfer) - Gregson: Tuba Concerto
  • Senior 464 (transfer) - Vaughan Williams: Concerto
Euphonium
  • Freshmen, 164 - Mozart: Concerto for Bassoon K191
  • Sophomore 264, (transfer) - Guilmant: Morceau Symphonique
  • Junior 364 (transfer) - White: Lyric Suite
  • Senior 464 (transfer) - Horovitz: Concerto for Euphonium

Junior and Senior level transfer students who play tuba should also be able to demonstrate the ability to play a bass tuba such as an F-tuba or Eb tuba. Junior and Senior level transfer students who play euphonium should also be able to demonstrate the ability to double on trombone or tuba.

Last updated 2011-05-19