CRAIG SELLAR LANG TUBA TUNE PDF
Craig Sellar Lang: Tuba Tune In D Major, Op. Three pages. Full organ. ( XWIL) en-GB. Craig Sellar Lang was a New Zealander by birth, from Napier, a port about two The Tuba Tune is designed for the high-pressure trumpet-like reed stop of that.
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Lang’s numerous other works for organ include a lengthy Sonata in D minor Op.
Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lang returned to Clifton as assistant music master in Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.
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Craig Sellar Lang – Tuba Tune in D major Op. 15 (St. Martin’s Organ Series no)
This page was last edited cfaig 18 Decemberat An obituary recorded his “personal magnetism” and determination to awaken “the budding musicianship of every sort of pupil”. His best-known work is the Tuba Tune for organ, Opus 15, a favourite of recitalists. His instructional works, aimed at students, were highly influential.
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The site is also available in several languages. Views Read Edit View history. Centenary essays on Clifton College. His family emigrated to England and he studied music at the Royal College of Music in London where he was a pupil of Stanford.
November Total duration: There are also many anthems for trebles’ voices, composed ttune use at Christ’s Hospital, as well as numerous secular choral works. His fine setting of Psalm 8 has remained popular.
He took up teaching as a profession, first at Clifton College in Bristol, where he had been a schoolboy, then at Christ’s Hospital, Horsham. Generations guba organists were brought up on his Harmony at the KeyboardExercises in Score Readingas well as his books entitled Exercises for Organistsdesigned to prepare organ students for the keyboard tests of the Royal College of Organists’ diploma exams.
The Tuba Tune is designed for the high-pressure trumpet-like reed stop ttune that name, a rank which is often powerful enough to sound over the full organ. This dashing little piece, which owes its title to the boisterous melody sounded forth on the organ’s tuba stop, begins in the style of Handel but, in its central section, has some brief key changes that could belong to no century except the 20th.
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