This collection is a great way to add to your hymn singing without a lot of fuss. Each hymn has an introduction, a stanza with standard harmony and the trumpet playing the melody, and a stanza with
This beautiful hymn has been arranged to feature all the members of a quintet. This arrangement opens with a short introduction then proceeds through several verses. Each verse is scored differently for
Abide with Me is a beautiful hymn and has been arranged to feature all the members in a brass quintet with organ. This arrangement opens with a short introduction then proceeds through several
This famous hymn tune, found under many names in hymn books such as All Creatures of Our God and King, A Hymn of Glory Let Us Sing, Now All the Vault of Heaven Resounds, and Ye Watchers and Ye
After a brief introduction this French horn solo present the tune "as is" while the piano uses two-part imitation lines underneath. The piece progresses with the horn line modifying the tune rhythmically.
A great Dixieland arrangement for your brass ensemble from the Canadian Brass hit album Basin Street. Score and parts.
Here is a nice arrangement of John Newton’s classic hymn. The melody is direct enabling the listener to follow along while thinking of the well-known words. It will be a great trumpet selection for
This time-honored classic has been cleverly arranged by Jon Bubbett, an emerging composer for wind band music. The reverent spiritual is presented first in a more traditional way and then opens up with a
A set of pieces for organ and brass quartet (two trumpets and two trombones with optional French horn). The pieces are antiphonal in nature, with the organ mostly in dialogue with the brass. A must for your
Beginning with a calm, reverent setting, these solos are expressive throughout. The middle section is somewhat freer in melodic presentation with the solo treated more as an obbligato line. The quiet ending
A grand, regal setting of the tune AURELIA for congregation, brass quintet, timpani, and organ. This arrangement includes an introduction, four verses, an interlude, and a final fifth verse. Stirring and
Ave Verum Corpus is one of Mozart's most famous pieces and has even been described as "perhaps the loftiest work of art that Mozart has created." It is simple and a perfect piece to develop a
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