For Tuba in C (B.C.)
Suite for Tuba is a lyrical and rhythmic suite for Tuba with Piano accompaniment, comprising a magnificent set of movements that display the flexibility, sonority and artistic capability of the instrument and challenge the player's technical ability.
The solo tuba part is also included on a separate insert.
Don Haddad, now retired and living in Ohio, is an internationally noted composer and accomplished horn player. He completed his undergraduate degree at Ohio University and earned graduate degrees at the University of Colorado and the University of Texas. Additional study was taken at the Aspen Festival of Music and Chautauqua Institute of Music. Horn teachers included Philip Farkas, James Chambers of the New York Philharmonic, Myron Bloom of the Chicago Symphony, and Forrest Standley of the Pittsburgh Symphony. A published composer, he studied with Ernst von Dohnonyi, who had been a student of Johannes Brahms. Haddad has written for every possible ensemble including band, orchestra, choir, chamber groups and others. While he has written a considerable amount of music and materials for educational use, he now prefers composing solos and music for band and ensembles. According to performance records from ASCAP, his music, which is published by four major publishers, is performed frequently around the world.