||"Two Contrasting Fugues" by Johann Pachelbel have been arranged for Trombone Choir/Mixed Low Brass Choir by Frank Ferriano. Fugue No. 1 (Chromatic Fugue) has been scored as follows: Part 1 = Trom. 1 or Euphonium 1 or Horn 1; Part 2 = Trom. 2 or Euph. 2 or Horn 2; Part 3 = Trom. 3 or Euph. 3; Part 4 = Trom. 4 or Euph. 4; Part 5 = Bass Tom. or Tuba. Fugue No. 2 ( Magnificat Fugue) has been scored as follows: Part 1 = Trom. 1 or Euph. 1 or Horn 1; Part 2 = Trom. 2 or Euph. 2 or Horn 2; Part 3 = Trom. 3 or Euph. 3; Part 4 = Trom. 4 or Euph. 4 or Tuba; Part 5 = Tuba. The Two Contrasting Pachelbel fugues are shorter and not quite as fully developed as later fugues by Bach, Handel or Buxtehude. They are, however, very charming and musical pieces. Dr. Ferriano’s intention for arranging these for a mixed ensemble is to allow for flexibility in being able to perform these pieces especially in High Schools and smaller College/University Music Departments. There are five parts to each piece and the instrumental variety allows up to six different instruments to be used (including the Flugel Horn) for the first parts. The Euphonium parts are in treble tenor and bass clefs.