NINE TRIOS FOR BRASS Originally “Music for 2 Bugles and Trombone” J. (John) Friedheim Arranged by Jari Villanueva
Cornet in Bb
Horn in F (Cornet in Bb)
Trombone (Baritone T.C.)
Score and parts downloaded upon payment
Nine Trios for brass trio is an arrangement of the “Music for 2 Bugles and Trombone” written in 1836 by J. (John) Friedheim.The original collection consists of four pages containing three "walses" [sic], a march, and five quicksteps. It was originally published in 1836 by Gottlieb Graupner and may be some of the first published music for an ensemble of brass instruments. Friedheim was born at Prag in the Kingdom of Bohemia on December 7, 1792 and arrived in Boston in September 1834. John Friedheim, "professor of music" (as he was described in Boston city directories), is identified as the conductor of the New England Band on the cover pages of two marches-Bunker Hill Quick Step and Shamrock Quick Step.