||Opera composers sometimes wrote instrumental intermezzi as connecting pieces between acts of operas. In this sense, an intermezzo is similar to the entr’acte. The most famous of this type of intermezzo is probably the intermezzo from Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana. This lovely tune has been arranged by Micky Wrobleski for Solo Tuba, Low Brass Choir & Percussion. Premiere performance at the 2013 Midwest Clinic in Chicago, IL. Scored for: Solo Tuba; 6 Troms.- 4 tenor and 2 Bass; 4 Euph.; 3 Tubas; Timpani; Glock.;Marimba. Also available as a PDF.