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"FUGE" for 3 Horns - Digital Download

A swinging arrangement of an old Bach tune.  A little frippery style thrown in.

Arranged by Frøydis Ree Wekre

Who did actually compose this tune?  I do not know, even though somebody gave good old Bach credit when I performed it once.  All I know is that I picked it up from a student cabaret in Norway many years ago. Froydis

 

$7.00

FRØYDIS' FAVORITE PRUNES Volume I for Horn & Piano  - Digital Download

These have been some of Frøydis' favorite encore and recital pieces for many years. True classics. Some original works, some transcriptions.

A collection of artistic short pieces
by Sinigaglia, Davidov, Liadov, Ilver, and Borodin

In Norway, the word "sviske" - which literally means "prune" - has a double meaning sxpecially known among musicians.  It also means a relatively short piece of music which is already well known, or is so easy to adapt that most people will have a sort of familiar feeling with the piece after only one hearing.

Difficulty Level: 5

$7.00
FRØYDIS' FAVORITE PRUNES Volume II for Horn & Piano  - Digital Download

These have been some of Frøydis' favorite encore and recital pieces for many years. True classics. Some original works, some transcriptions.

A collection of artistic short pieces
by Mendelssohn, Cui, Rozanov, Faure, Artôt, and Tsintsadse

In Norway, the word "sviske" - which literally means "prune" - has a double meaning sxpecially known among musicians.  It also means a relatively short piece of music which is already well known, or is so easy to adapt that most people will have a sort of familiar feeling with the piece after only one hearing.

Difficulty Level: 5

 

$7.00
FRØYDIS' FAVORITE PRUNES Volume III for Horn & Piano - Digital Download

These have been some of Frøydis' favorite encore and recital pieces for many years. True classics. Some original works, some transcriptions.

Church and Classical
Bach, Gluck, Purcell, Handel, Schumann, and Rachmaninov

In Norway, the word "sviske" - which literally means "prune" - has a double meaning sxpecially known among musicians.  It also means a relatively short piece of music which is already well known, or is so easy to adapt that most people will have a sort of familiar feeling with the piece after only one hearing.

Difficulty Level: 4

$7.00
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