Hi, Composers and arrangers...
Well, I see that it's OK to post some non-Garritan stuff as long as it is so identified.
Here's a live performance of a euphonium concerto by the late Hungarian composer Frigyes Hidas.
I'm pretty sure this was the American premiere performance. I took it on tour to three or four states either side of I-65 with various college wind ensembles. This is one of the better performances. I actually had a couple of rehearsals, as I recall, for this performance. I especially appreciate the QUIET passages in the piece.
This piece is very tuneful and stays pretty much in the "cash register" of the euphonium. It's in one long movement, but the sections are pretty well distinguishable.
I posted this a couple years ago, but there are probably many new forum members since then.
This will--I hope--inspire some of you to apply your considerable talents to writing for this wonderful instrument!
PS--if you click on the words "Snorlax's Performances" above the player, you will find some other snippets--all live--including an excerpt from one of the Mozart euphonium concertos, jazz, and some No Doubt. Click away and enjoy (or barf or laugh)