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
Subtitled Christmas Cradle Lullaby, this gently rocking music is completely original, with fresh contemporary tonal harmonies. Confident and competent playing will
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 hymn tune DIADEMATA is set for congregation, unison choir, brass quartet, timpani, cymbals, and organ, with optional
This original piece is exuberant, easy to play, and highly idiomatic to both brass quartet and organ. Slightly less than two minutes in duration, and with both the brass and organ having opportunities to
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
A lively setting for congregation, brass and organ on the tune MIT FREUDEN ZART.
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
General services as well as celebratory services will be musically enhanced with this festive arrangement. The traditional hymn, DARWALL'S 148th, has been arranged for ... view details
An original composition in three movements for brass quartet and organ. Expansive, flowing lines for the brass are played in dialogue with the organ in the opening Invocation, followed by a second
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
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