Just Tunes – Piano Accompaniment – Bb Instruments (printed)


Piano accompaniment for the Just Tunes collection of solos, for all Bb instruments (including Cornet, Trumpet, Baritone, Euphonium, Trombone and Bb Bass).

Find out more about ‘Just Tunes’ in the full description below.

The Just Tunes solo book (with backing tracks) is available separately.

Save! A combined package of the Just Tunes solo book (with backing tracks) and piano accompaniment book is also available.

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This piano accompaniment has been compiled to support the learning brass player when they wish to perform titles from the Just Tunes solo book without using backing tracks (provided with the solo book).  An ideal solution for school assemblies, youth concerts and learner recitals.

Just Tunes has been written to expand and enhance the repertoire available to instrumental teachers and to support the development of playing styles, techniques and note range in their students.  Provided with helpful hints, rudimentary theory and explanations of terms and techniques throughout the collection, Just Tunes offers both student and teacher an ideal resource to extend a wider musical knowledge.

Suitable for students from non-grade through to approximately Grade 4/5.  The Just Tunes solo book also comes with  professionally recorded backing tracks (with and without the solo line) to help provide extra encouragement and guidance during practice sessions.  To aid the teacher’s selection, each piece indicates the range of notes required to perform the piece, enabling a structured learning experience as the player becomes more confident with new notes.

The Just Tunes collection helps to supplement accessible repertoire for the learning brass player.  It’s not another tutor book, it’s not trying to replace the brass teacher … it’s simply Just Tunes.  Fun and varied styles of music written with specifically to challenge the learner player and offer them a wider choice of music to enjoy.

Additional information

Weight 0.3 kg


Martin Thomson