This is an essential collection of twenty-two favorite Easter hymns arranged brass quartet, brass quintet or any brass ensemble. There is a full score and parts for 1st B flat trumpet, 2nd B flat trumpet, horn in F (with a separate optional part for horn in E flat) and part for trombone and/or tuba. The tuba part is also optional because it either doubles the trombone part or plays an octave below. Both trombone and tuba parts appear on a single staff in the bass clef at concert pitch.Theres also an optional but useful simplified keyboard part intended for less experienced players. It could be used as the basis of an accompaniment and means that you can use the arrangements as solos, duets or trios. These arrangements are intended either as stand-alone pieces that could be used as interludes in a service, or they could be used to accompany solo, choral or congregational singing. This is essential music for schools and many churches. Contents: Amazing Grace (trad); And Can it Be? (Sagina); At the Lambs High Feast We Sing (Salzburg); Christ the Lord is Risen Again! (Wrtemburg); Crown Him with Many Crowns (Diademata); Jesus Christ is Risen Today (Easter Hymn); Jesus Lives! (St. Albinus); Loves Redeeming Work is Done (Savannah); Low in the Grave He Lay (Lowry); There is a Green Hill Far Away (Horsley); Near the Cross (Doane); O Sacred Head Now Wounded (Passion Chorale); The Day of Resurrection (Ellacombe); The Strife is O'er, the Battle Won (Victory); Rock of Ages (Toplady); Thine be the Glory (Maccabus); This Joyful Eastertide (Easter-tide); To God be the Glory! (Doane); When I Survey the Wondrous Cross (Hamburg); When I Survey the Wondrous Cross (Rockingham); Were You There When They Crucified my Lord? (trad); Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem (St. Fulbert).The tempo markings are suggestions only, because the tempo will be influenced by the size of the audience or congregation, the acoustics of the venue and the playing skills of the instrumentalists.