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Solo Instrumental Music

Wow, what a diverse topic! It is very broad because there are so many instruments to write for… and so little time. Cliché time is now over.
Let’s show you some of the music. My solo instrumental compostions, composed in a Neo-Romantic style, tend to work well in programs as encore pieces or between two large-scale compositions.

Each work listed will eventually link to a page where you can download the composition, along with an mp3 recording. Here are the current listings:


Solo Instrumental Music Works

1. Sweet (for Clarinet and Piano)

2. Romance (for Bassoon and Piano)

3. Romance (for Trumpet and Piano)

4. Romance (for Trumpet and Organ)

5. Romance (for Oboe and Piano)


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olo is a Solitary Situation

I’m sure we all know what solo instruments do. They play for all the glory in a concert situation. It’s all about me, me and me… and why not? However, hopefully the soloist also leaves room for an intelligent interpretation, including respecting the intent of the composer that he or she is performing.

Here’s the party term of the day: solo stop. It’s not a term used to describe a terrified performer cracking up. Rather, it’s an instrumental organ stop that produces a beautiful solo sound. If you are just beginning a list of interesting instrumental organ facts, then add the solo stop term. Add this also: the Organ has been known to be called ‘the king of instruments’. There you have it.





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Piano Music | Chamber Classical Music | Inspirational Orchestral Music | Classical Composers | Name That Music | Free Composition and Piano Lessons | Piano Music Notes | Learn Music Theory | Finale Music Writing Software | Composing Music to Films | Writing Classical Score | List of Instruments | Music Sound Recording Studios | Multitrack Recording Process | Music Mixing Advice