Baritone/Euphonium (or B Flat Soloist) and piano accompaniment
Ave Maria is one of the most popular and recorded ‘classical’ works ever and has been entertaining and moving audiences since its original publication in 1853. It is comprised of two parts, with French Romantic composer Charles Gounod skilfully superimposing his haunting melody over the Prelude No. 1 in C major from J.S. Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier, written 137 years prior.
It is arranged here for baritone horn/euphonium/cornet (or other B Flat soloist) and piano accompaniment by Katrina Marzella, in a well-chosen key and with dynamic, phrasing and interpretive guidance for the brass soloist.
A live performance of this arrangement can be heard on YouTube by following this link.