Goedicke’s Concert Etude, op. 49 was originally written for trumpet, and remains Goedicke’s most popular and most frequently performed work. It has been arranged for nearly every instrument in the brass family at one time or another, and here is accompanied by a flexible brass ensemble
This versatile solo works great as a showpiece for either euphonium or trombone with a variety of accompaniments. The accompanying ensemble can be trombone quintet, tube/euphonium ensemble, or simply a mix of low brass instruments. This accompaniment will also work with the original trumpet solo edition.
Solo parts included: solo BC/TC, euphonium/trombone BC/TC 1, 2, 3, 4, tuba 1, 2, 3