A selection of some of the most famous classical repertoire pieces which can be played as solos, duets, or quartets with optional accompaniment. CD available separately. Titles include: Overture
Selections include: Bourree (Handel/Dishinger); Chalet (Smith); Champagne Song (Mozart/Ployhar); Elegie (Scheurer); Hornpipe (Handel/Ployhar);
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For solos and ensembles, this collection brings together great hymns of faith. Whether it's a soloist using a book (accompanied by piano or fully orchestrated accompaniment track), a small ensemble, or a
The newest addition to the time-honored "Favorite" series, these carefully chosen, best-known "favorites" of contemporary Christian praise songs are sure to be audience and congregation pleasers for years
This is a straightforward yet beautiful arrangement of the famous tune. It will require sensitive musicianship and good technique, but is such a fine piece, it practically plays itself.
This collection includes 12 of the most popular and favorite hymns of all time. These beautifully crafted arrangements are fun to play and will be sure to please any audience or congregation. Titles
Taking full advantage of the wide spectrum of sounds possible on the horn, Brant Adams has crafted eight alluring arrangements for the intermediate to advanced horn player. This will be a welcome addition
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