A delightful brass ensemble arrangement that gives a constant sense of moment with various rhythmic devices while maintaining the sweeping nature of this old established tune. All parts get in the action
A jazz medley of Deck the Halls, Silent Night, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
Deep River has been arranged here to feature the smooth sound of the flugel horn. This famous melody is supported by an interesting accompaniment with jazz harmonies and rhythmic pulse. Spirituals
For many reasons, Christmas means joy. This tune, Ding Dong Merrily on High, is a wonderful musical snapshot of the whole season. In this arrangement, we hear church bells chiming, voices uniting
A lyrical piece inspired by the view of our planet from space. In the silent, black vacuum of space exists this bright blue planet, slowly rotating, giving astronauts a serene and breathtaking view of the
An incredibly exciting fanfare for 3 trumpets, 4 horns, 3 trombones and tuba. Trumpet parts in C, 2 trombone parts in tenor clef.
Based on the Newfoundland folk song the Feller from Fortune, this piece has been transformed from the original jig to become an energetic overture featuring a number of solo opportunities,
This fanfare is a spirited celebration of the season. Featuring every instrument of the brass section, this triumphant opener highlights several familiar melodies. Playable by musicians of all levels,
This piece is a traditional English Christmas carol. Holly and Ivy have been important as English Christmas decorations for church use since at least the fifteenth century. This piece is flowing and smooth,
Originally written for wind band, this arrangement for trombone choir portrays the painful days following the September 11th tragedy. It is intended to be a memorial for those lost souls, gone from
This is a traditional bullfighting song made famous by the great trumpet virtuoso Rafael Mendez. There has been a short introduction added quoting part of Bizet's Carmen. This
This rousing and patriotic song was written in 1867, the year of Canada's Confederation. It became very popular and, for many years, was the unofficial national anthem of Canada. The piece opens with a
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