This great collection of music for brass choirs appears on many state contest lists and includes pieces of varying lengths and styles to suit any performance opportunity. The thirteen works in this series
What this original three-movement work lacks in a colorful title, it makes up for it with driving rhythms, memorable melodies, and fun parts for all players. The percussion, although not necessary, would
Contents: Allerseelen (Strauss/Irons); Ballade (Shelukov/Walters); Chanson Triste (Tchaikovsky/Irons); Chorale from "Prelude, Chorale and Fugue" (Bach/Albert/Gower);
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These four offer original musical settings will add strength and majesty to any occasion. The pieces can be used in worship services and for wedding processionals and recessionals. The fanfares will also
Presented in an almost march-like nature, this stately rendition includes all kinds of "fun" devices. A sure hit for the lighter side of a Christmas presentation. Scored for 2 trumpets, horn, trombone,
The Holly and the Ivy 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
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The well-known final movement from Mozart's "Piano Sonata in A Major K. 331." The title, in English, Turkish Rondo, refers to an exotic "Turkish" style that was quite popular in his time. Good
Shaped by Time is a short fanfare/overture that opens with a brief fanfare section before breaking into a fun, shifting upbeat feel with melody and rhythmic interest found throughout the
Still, Still, Still is a peaceful Austrian carol that is beautiful in its simplicity and elegance. Melody is found in all voices. Often performed by choirs, this is a favorite with audiences all
Well-known selections from Handel's "Water Music" scored for two trumpets, trumpet (trombone), two horns, baritone/trombone and optional tuba for performance by brass choir.
This is one of the most famous pieces of music ever written. There have been various arrangements done including several for orchestra, wind ensemble, brass quintet, and now for 6 trumpets (4 trumpets and 2