A setting of GAUDEAMUS PARITER (AVE VIRGO VIRGINUM) written to enhance the congregation's singing of this tune. A lively introduction is followed by four verse settings. Solid brass writing and a fun,
The tune BEACH SPRING is the basis for this festive hymn setting. The incorporation of flute brings out different qualities in this grand hymn tune and will bring variety and freshness in the singing of the
A festive setting of the tune EBENEZER that can be used with a variety of hymn texts. The arrangement captures the joy of the tune and supports the congregation's participation. This arrangement contains
This festive congregational hymn setting is an expanded version of the composer's popular organ setting of the tune LYONS. The piece was originally written to serve as a grand processional piece but can
A dazzling suite for brass quartet and organ based on three of the great hymns from the earliest days of the Reformation. EIN FESTE BURG opens with dramatic downbeats in the organ, punctuated by majestic
This wonderful Sousa march is a welcome addition to the tuba-euphonium repertoire. It has everything you expect from a Sousa march. You can almost hear the horses and their riders!
An original composition which incorporates the TE DEUM plainchant from the Liber Usualis. The composer establishes a majestic dialog between the brass quartet and the organ that captures the inherent beauty
Variations on Happy Birthday is a fun take on the traditional melody. From Tempi di Mozart to Grandioso in style, this arrangement will be enjoyed by players and audiences alike.
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