This vibrant and resounding collection enthusiastically welcomes our Risen Christ on Easter morning! These three settings of very familiar hymn tunes provide three moments of musical celebration,
The rousing and well-known Anvil Chorus or Gyspy Chorus from Verdi's "Il Trovatore" depicts Spanish gypsies striking their anvils at dawn and singing the praises of hard work, good wine,
Brass quartet for two trumpets and two trombones (opt horn and BHTC) and piano. The piece is straight forward with much of the interest in the thematic material alternating between the upper and lower
Brass at Easter - it is the sound of victory! This setting for brass quartet or quintet (the horn is optional) begins quietly, adding instruments as it goes. The journey through modulations helps build the
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There have been many recordings of the famous Gabrieli canzoni for various combinations of brass instruments. This arrangement for brass quartet is a welcome addition to this repertoire. Antiphonal spacing
Transcribed from the organ works of the Baroque master, this arrangement fits the brass quartet of average ability. Ranges are reasonable and no real rhythmic problems make this a perfect choice.
This chorale prelude is in the form of a fantasia as it uses phrases from this hymn interspersed with a lot of free material. It can serve as either a prelude or postlude. The trombone uses a syncopated
Brass quartet for two trumpets and two trombones (opt horn and BHTC) and piano. The texture moves the thematic material between the upper and lower voices- generally in block harmony formats.
A spirited rendition of three familiar holiday carols with a bell theme scored for three B-flat clarinets and bass clarinet. A great seasonal choice for any worship service or performance venue. Titles
A jazz medley of Deck the Halls, Silent Night, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
Curse of Tortuga is fast-paced and fun piece inspired by the Pirates of Tortuga and their clearly assumed curse! (Bad guys never win!)
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