While my French Horn Music page has been one of the more popular pages on my site (right behind my Mouthpiece Comparison Chart), I’ve always been a bit annoyed by how difficult it was to find specific pieces on it, and it’s generally cluttered appearance.
When I was making it, I was adding things as I went along, and so that means that the order of the etudes, solo collections, and individual solos was…haphazard at best. Plus it was already quite long, which meant that I haven’t even started adding things like duets, trios, and quartets.
So, over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been converting both the French horn music and books lists into more easy-to-read tables, similar to the table on my mouthpiece comparison page. These tables are a LOT easier to read, they are sortable by difficulty, topic, genre, and composer, and you can search through them simply by typing!
All in all, I think that these make looking for a particular solo or etude book a lot easier, plus it makes it a lot easier to add music to the list, so more constant additions should be coming up.
Also, if you haven’t check out my list of books covering all sorts of music topics (peak performance, horn information, musicality, etc.), then make sure you check them out!