UMKC TUBA - EUPHONIUM ENSEMBLE


 


The UMKC Tuba and Euphonium Ensemble is under the direction of Thomas G. Stein, associate professor of tuba and euphonium. The UMKC Tuba and Euphonium Ensemble is rapidly being recognized as one of the truly outstanding ensembles of its type in the country. Most recently, the ensemble has been featured in the 2006 U.S. Army Band Tuba Euphonium Conference in Washington, D.C., and the 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2009 Great Plains Regional Tuba Euphonium Conferences.

 

Tuba and Euphonium students at the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance have the option to participate in tuba quartets in addition to the large ensembles. These quartets perform at least once per semester and are becoming very active in state, regional, and national competitions. In addition to the standard published literature, students and faculty have composed and arranged works in a wide variety of styles for the quartets and large ensemble.

 


Recent repertoire list for the UMKC Tuba and Euphonium Ensemble:

Anderson, L./Parish, M. Sleigh Ride. arr. Peter Rauch
Barber, Samuel. Adagio from String Quartet No. 1. arr. by Thomas Stein
Berlioz, Hector. Hungarian March. arr. by David Werden
Bruckner, A. Locus Iste. arr. D. Sabourin
Bulla, Stephan, Celectial Suite
Cheetham, J. Consortium for Euphoniums and Tubas
Corwell, Neal. The Furies.
Dempsey, Ray. Now Hear This !
Williams, C & Williams, S. Royal Garden Blues.arr. by Mike Forbes
Forbes, Mike (arranger). Just a closer Walk with Thee.
Forte, Aldo. Seguidillas.
George, Thom Ritter. Tubamobile
George, Thom Ritter. Tubasonatina
Greig, Edvard. Four Pieces. arr. Peter Rauch
Gretchaninov, Alexander. Lord, now lettest thou. arr. Thomas G. Stein
Holborne, Anthony. 10 Pieces. arr. John Stevens
Holst, Gustav T. I love my love. arr. by Thomas Stein
Holst, Gustav T. March from Military Suite in F. arr. D. Werden
Holst, Gustav T. Mars, the bringer of war. arr. by D. Butler
Haydn, Michael. Tenebrae facte sunt. arr. by Thomas Stein
Kalke, Ernst-Thilo. Requiem for a dead little cat
Lauridsen, Marten. Contre, Qui Rose. arr. Megan Evans
Mobberley, James. On Thin Ice.
Mussorgsky, Modest. The Old Castle. arr. E.Golas
Mussorgsky, Modest. Bydlo. arr. E. Golas
Pärt, A. Magnificat. arr. Thomas G. Stein
Puccini, G. Nessun dorma. arr. Thomas Stein
Rachmaninoff, Sergei. Ave Maria. arr. by Thomas Stein
Raum, E. A Little Monster Music
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nicolai. Procession of the Nobles. arr. by Mike Forbes
Rossini, Giacchino. Overture to The Barber of Seville. arr. Arthur Gottschalk
Stevens, John. Fanfare for a Friend
Stevens, John. Benediction
Shostakovich, Dimitri. Prelude, Op. 34, No. 14. arr. by Peter Rauch
Shostakovich, Dimitri. Prelude, Op. 34, No. 16. arr. by Peter Rauch
Taylor, Jeffrey. Fanfare No. 1.
Tchaikovsky, Peter. Finale from Symphony No. 4. arr. Thomas G. Stein
Traditional. Londonderry Air. arr. James Garrett
Tull, Fisher. Tubular Octad.
Vaughan Williams, R. English Folk Song Suite. arr. Thomas Stein
Williams, John. March from 1941
Wilson, Kenyon. Dance No. 1.

 For further information contact:

Thomas G. Stein
Associate Professor of Tuba and Euphonium

The University of Missouri - Kansas City
Conservatory of Music and Dance, 4949 Cherry St.
Kansas City, MO 64110
816.235.5949 fax: 816.235.5264
SteinT@umkc.edu