Tyrone Breuninger

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Tyrone Breuninger (died May 6, 2012) was a trombonist with the Philadelphia Orchestra as well as a euphonium/trombone/tuba teacher from Rowan University, located in Glassboro, New Jersey.[1] Throughout his career, he also did freelance solo performances. His degrees include a Bachelor of Science in music education and an MM of music in performance. He also arranged a version of Georg Philipp Telemann's Sonata in G minor for euphonium.

Ensembles and events[edit]

  • The Philadelphia Orchestra (1967–1999)
    • Associate principal trombone
    • Solo euphonium
  • The Atlantic Brass Band (at Rowan University)
    • Associate conductor
  • Luzerne Music Festival (Lake Luzerne, New York)
    • Coordinator of brass activities
  • EU-TU Quartet (euphonium and tuba)
  • The Festive Brass Quintet


Breuninger recorded one album, The Classic Euphonium, containing within it:

  1. "Wee Cooper of Fife" - Traditional
  2. "Andante" (from Concerto for Double Bass) - Antonio Capuzzi
  3. "Rondo" (from Concerto for Double Bass) - Antonio Capuzzi
  4. "Aubade" - Philip Sparke
  5. "Moderato" (from Euphonium Concerto) - Joseph Horovitz
  6. "Lento" (from Euphonium Concerto) - Joseph Horovitz
  7. "Scherzando" (from Euphonium Concerto) - Joseph Horovitz
  8. "Romance" - Victor Ewald
  9. "Rhapsody for Euphonium" - James Curnow
  10. "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice" - Camille Saint-Saëns
  11. "Fantasy" - Philip Sparke


  1. ^ "Tyrone Breuninger, 73, trombonist - Philly.com". Articles.philly.com. 2012-05-21. Retrieved 2013-09-13.