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Maxime-Alphonse: Études, Book 1, published by A.Leduc. Kopprasch: Sixty Selected Études for French Horn, Book 1, any edition. Mozart, W.A.: Concerto No. 3 in E flat, first movement, any edition. Other selections: Solos for the Horn Player, selected and edited by Mason Jones (anything from this book), published by G. Schirmer.
Although students really need to buy their own copies of Kopprasch, there are a couple of free (i.e. Public Domain) editions out there, available through IMSLP and the Mutopia Project. The Mutopia version is I believe a newly engraved copy of the older 19th-century publication available on IMSLP.
Bagatelle - Hermann Neuling - Free download as PDF File (.pdf) or read online for free. Low Horn Piece
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60 Selected Studies for French Horn Book 1 (with CD) £13.99 (+) NOTE. Category: Horn Studies Syllabus info: Horn in F AB: 5 - 8 [expires April 2021] Composer: Georg Kopprasch Editor: Michelle Stebleton Reviseds: Albin Frehse, Fr. Gumbert Difficulty level: 5 - 8
Kopprasch's name is well known to trombonists as the composer of a celebrated book of etudes that were originally written for low horn, his 60 Etudes, Opus 6. These etudes are available in many editions by many publishers and are part of nearly every trombonists' daily practice routine.
October 9, 2018 January 10, 2019 Jeremy Smith 117 Views Book Review, french horn, Harmony Kopprasch, Jeff Agrell, Kopprasch, Literature Review, Music Review Jeffrey Agrell, Professor of Horn at the University of Iowa, has added another wonderful and creative concept to his Millennium Kopprasch