6 Canonic Sonatas Opus 5 by Telemann transcribed for brass instruments by Gary Spolding

6 Canonic Sonatas Opus 5 by Telemann transcribed for two brass instruments (originally written for flute or violin) are formed of 18 of the best two-part canons ever written. They make entertaining concert items as well as being lots of fun to play recreationally.

Available in treble or bass clef.

The duets can be played by…

  • two treble clef instruments (e.g., two C trumpets, Bb cornet & Bb euphonium, Eb tenor horn & Eb bass),
  • two concert pitch bass clef instruments (e.g., trombone & tuba),
  • any treble clef Bb instrument with any concert pitch bass clef instrument (e.g., trumpet & trombone).

It doesn’t matter if the instruments are pitched an octave apart or if the lower-voiced instrument plays the upper stave.


22 pages in score format - no separate parts
Grades 5 to 8
£enquire (book)
£2.20 (pdf)
LMP B10