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In Motus

by In Motus Tuba Quartet

A variety of Tuba-Euphonium quartets expertly performed by In Motus, an ensemble consisting of university professors.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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1. String Quartet No. 3 in F Major, Op. 73: III. Allegro Non Troppo
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2. Emma Catherine
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3. Chronicles
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4. Lamb of God
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5. Mille Regretz
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6. Study on a Theme from Peter Grimes
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7. The Oratorio de Noël, Op. 12: VIII. Allelulia
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8. Three Dances: Ronde
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9. Three Dances: Pavane
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10. Three Dances: Salterelle
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11. Adages: I. The Grass Is Always Greener on the Other Side of the Fence
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12. Adages: II. Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
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13. Adages: III. Time Flies When You Are Having Fun
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14. Adages: IV. Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining
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15. Adages: V. He Who Hesitates Is Lost
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16. Adages: VI. A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss
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Album Notes
The In Motus Tuba Quartet was formed in 2014 and comprises artist-teachers of tuba and euphonium from around the United States. Their recitals and master classes have garnered praise and accolades from audiences and are noted for their energy, insight, and positivity. This debut album, self-titled In Motus, was generously funded by a recording artist grant from the Emeritus Recordings label. The quartet is a particularly close group of friends, including the husband and wife duo of Albert and Sarah Miller, as well as long-time friends Chris Dickey and Genevieve Clarkson. When faced with creating a group name, quartet member Sarah Miller recalled how readings on musical narrativity had affected her development as a player and pedagogue.
Combining the ideas of motion and story telling, the result was a name that implies movement. The In Motus Tuba Quartet is dedicated to recording and performing new works for tuba-euphonium quartet as well as exploring transcriptions for the ensemble. Their programming reflects each member’s personal taste in music and helps defy an audience’s expectations about the instruments. Future engagements for the quartet include appearances at international and regional conferences
of the International Tuba Euphonium Association, additional recording projects, and the commissioning of new works for tuba-euphonium quartet.

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