JE-E143 - Bagatelles for Tuba Default title
JE-E143 - Bagatelles for Tuba Default title
JE-E143 - Bagatelles for Tuba Default title
JE-E143 - Bagatelles for Tuba Default title
JE-E143 - Bagatelles for Tuba Default title
JE-E143 - Bagatelles for Tuba Default title

Bagatelles for Tuba

ISBN: 9790570401802, Stock code: JE-E143 new
These four Bagatelles were written at the request of Daniel Emerson who, at the age of 12, wanted something that was fun to play and not too difficult.

Gordon Jacob was born in Upper Norwood, South London, in 1895, a tenth child and a seventh son. He was educated at Dulwich College, which was an unusually musical school, and he wrote... Read more
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Bagatelles for Tuba

These four Bagatelles were written at the request of Daniel Emerson who, at the age of 12, wanted something that was fun to play and not too difficult.

Gordon Jacob was born in Upper Norwood, South London, in 1895, a tenth child and a seventh son. He was educated at Dulwich College, which was an unusually musical school, and he wrote his first orchestral pieces there.

During the First World War he was captured by the Germans near Arras, and in his prison camp organised a small orchestra whose entire repertoire he arranged or composed. This early practical approach to music was to remain a hallmark, and his music is always eminently ''playable''. After the war, having decided against a career in journalism, he entered the Royal College of Music, where he studied composition with Stanford, Howells and Vaughan Williams, conducting with Boult, and piano with Thalben Ball. 



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