Okay, I really kind of need help on this. In my high school, my band director made like these small ensembles (like we have i think a flute quartet, brass quintet, chamber woodwind ensemble, and I think one more) starting this year so that we would have more performance opportunities, I ended up being a solo performer (because no one wanted to be in my group, ). Well, originally I was to perform on tuba, but I couldn't find any solos that didn't involve piano accompaniment (plus I'm much better on bass than on tuba...though I've played them both about the same amount of time, ). I have to convince him bassically that I can play my bass in a way that won't seem "out of character" with the music the rest of the band is playing, so I've been trying to decide what I should play for the performance. I don't know how many pieces I will play, but I was thinking of at least picking three. One I had in mind was Fur Elise (everyone would recognize it, plus I have been really practicing my tapping this past year, so I can play the treble and bass clef parts on my bass simultaneously pretty easily...i know it isn't a gigantic accomplishment...but still, it makes me happy, ), and I was considering playing one of Bach's cello suites (though those may be too long). Basically, I was wondering if any of you guys had any ideas on some music I could play for the performance (difficulty doesn't matter, the more difficult, the better. And the original instrument doesn't matter, though I would prefer music written either as a piano solo, or as a solo for some stringed instrument). It has to be, umm, would the word be "classical" (that word has many meanings, so I've been told) though. Thanks, .