Score includes tuba with piano accompaniment. Also included are solo parts for Trombone and Tuba.
Sonatina for Trombone or Tuba was written by Halsey Stevens in 1960 for Don Woldrop. The Sonatina is made up of three movements, Moderato con moto, Andante Affettuoso, and Allegro.
Halsey Stevens (December 3, 1908 – January 20, 1989) was a music professor, biographer, and composer of American music. Halsey Stevens was born in Scott, New York and educated at Syracuse University and the University of California, Berkeley. He studied with William Berwald at Syracuse and with the composer Ernest Bloch at Berkeley.
Stevens served as a faculty member at Syracuse University (1935–1937), Dakota Wesleyan University (1937–1941), Bradley University (1941–1946), the University of Redlands (1946), and then at the University of Southern California from 1946 until his retirement in 1976. His notable students there included Houston Bright, Benjamin Lees, and Morten Lauridsen.