|Instrumentation:||Euphonium, Trombone or Baritone horn solo with piano|
|Parts:||Solo part Bb treble clef, Solo part bass clef (concert pitch), piano (score)|
|Series:||Intermediate Brass Series|
Anton Dvorak (1841-1904) was a Czech composer, probably most famous for his 'New World' Symphony. His 'Serenade for Strings', string quartets, cello concerto and songs also enjoy some popularity.
Of his songs, 'Songs my mother taught me' ('Heyduk') from op. 55 no. 4 is the most well-known. This arrangement requires a great deal of warmth from the soloist and would make an excellent piece to focus on tone or possibly a great piece for a slow melody competition. The piano plays in a different time signature to the soloist; the rhythm of the piano part should not be allowed to interfere with the flow of the melody.
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