The French composer and violin virtuoso Jean Baptiste Senaillé wrote around 50 violin sonatas, the most popular of which was Allegro spiritoso. It has had versions transcribed for a wide variety of instruments, but here has been arranged for solo tuba with brass quartet by William Himes.
- Tuba Soloist (includes bass clef and Eb treble clef parts)
- Trumpet 1 in Bb
- Trumpet 2 in Bb
- Horn (includes parts in Eb & F)
- Trombone (includes bass clef and Bb treble clef parts)
View a video of Matthew Van Emmerik performing the solo below: