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  • Send In The Clowns
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    Sondheim arr Roger Harvey

    Send In The Clowns

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    Instrument: brass tentet (score and parts)
    Grade: medium
    Catalogue No: 2903
    ISMN No: 9790570274482

    Scored for 4 trumpets • 1 horn • 4 trombones • 1 tuba • percussion
    This set includes additional parts for horn in Eb, trombones in treble clef and Eb bass.

    A solo feature for flugelhorn, trumpet or cornet.

    A beautifully languid accompaniment to a classic melody from 'A Little Night Music'. The flugel soloist can wallow a bit.
    Roger Harvey
    Roger Harvey studied at Oxford University and London University.
    After a spell as a school teacher he decided to develop his career as a
    trombone player.
    He spent 6 years in Manchester as a member of the Halle Orchestra before
    moving to London, in 1982, to join the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble as
    Principal Trombone. On Philip's retirement he acted as Director to the
    successor group, London Brass.
    Since 1991 he has worked as a free-lance player with all the major symphony
    and chamber orchestras in London as well as being active in the commercial
    recording studios.
    In January 2000 he joined the BBC Symphony Orchestra as Co-Principal
    Trombone.
    As a teacher he spent 5 years as Professor of trombone at the Royal Northern
    College of Music and 4 years as trombone tutor at the Junior Guildhall
    School of Music. He is now Professor of Trombone at Trinity College of
    Music, London and also teaches privately and coaches ensembles by
    invitation.
    While a member of PJBE and LB he made many arrangements for concert and
    recording use. He continues to write and arrange for a variety of
    instrumental formations. He runs his own brass music publishing company
    BrassWorks.
    He has also worked as a conductor and musical director for concerts and
    commercial recording.
    He was a Director of the orchestra of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields
    for 5 years.

    He is a Trustee of the John Fletcher Trust Fund.
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