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Coast to Coast

by Alan Baer & Brad Haag

Listen to the tuba in an entirlely different way with beautiful and exciting works for solo tuba and piano. Selections include varying styles and original compositions for this widely misunderstood instrument.
Genre: Classical: Concerto
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1. Music for Two Big Instruments (feat. Brad Haag) Alan Baer
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2. Sonata III in F Major: I. Largo Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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3. Sonata III in F Major: II. Allegro Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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4. Sonata III in F Major: III. Adagio Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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5. Sonata III in F Major: IV. Spiritoso Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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6. Tuba Concerto: I. Joyously Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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7. Tuba Concerto: II. Freely Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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8. Tuba Concerto: III. Slowly, Freely Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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9. Tuba Concerto: IV. Brilliantly Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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10. Nocturno, Op. 7 Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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11. Encounters II Alan Baer
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12. Sonata No. 4 La Lumagne: I. Adagio Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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13. Sonata No. 4 La Lumagne: II. Allemande Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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14. Sonata No. 4 La Lumagne: III. Sicilienne Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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15. Sonata No. 4 La Lumagne: IV. Presto Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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16. Sonata No. 4 La Lumagne: V. Allegro Vivace Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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17. La Gitana Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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18. Deux Danses - Danse Sacrée Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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19. Deux Danses - Danse Profane Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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20. Vals Venezolano Alan Baer & Brad Haag
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Alan Baer joined the New York Philharmonic in June 2004, as Principal Tuba. He was formerly principal tuba with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Long Beach Symphony Orchestra, and Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. His other performing credits include The Cleveland Orchestra, the Peninsula Music Festival of Wisconsin, New Orleans Symphony, Los Angeles Concert Orchestra, Ojai Festival Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. During his tenure with the Milwaukee Symphony, he was a featured soloist with the orhcestra nearly every year. He has also toured several countries as a soloist and chamber musician including Canda, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, France, and Brazil. Mr. Baer's teachers have included Rudy Emilson, Dr. Gary Bird, Ronald Bishop, and Tommy Johnson. Alan received his Bachelor of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music and was awarded their Outstanding Alumni Award in 2005. Alan has appeared in recitals and master classes at colleges and universities throughout the United States, and has held teaching positions at Cal State University, Long Beach, and at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He is currently on the faculty at the Mannes School of Music in New York City.


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