This signature rock anthem from Queen is a sure bet to bring down the house! The drum set is optional, but highly recommended.
Inspired by Lady Gaga's megahit Bad Romance, this creative arrangement for late intermediate brass quintet (with optional singer) is sure to be a hit on a pops concert!
The distinctive music of Charlie Brown comes alive in this arrangement for brass quintet and optional drum set. It's a guaranteed audience pleaser that really grooves!
Here's a wonderful jazz setting for standard brass quintet featuring three Billy Strayhorn compositions: Raincheck; Chelsea Bridge and Take the 'A' Train. Each piece can be performed
Scored for brass quintet, this jazz-inspired setting features three Cole Porter classics from the Great American Songbook. Including Night and Day; I've Got You Under My Skin and I Love
This medley is designed for jazz players or the brass quintet wishing to perform lighter material, and would be excellent as an encore selection. Featuring three Gershwin compositions, Love Is Here
Includes: The Black Pearl; The Medallion Calls and He's a Pirate.
Includes: Do You Want to Build a Snowman?; For the First Time in Forever; In Summer and Let it Go.
Known mostly for its appearance in the Austin Powers movies, this infectious instrumental hit from the 1960s is a classic that really grooves! The percussion is optional but highly recommended.
Coldplay performed their blockbuster hit at the 2016 Superbowl halftime show. Brandon Ridenour made this brass quintet arrangement for the Canadian Brass. The piece is written for two B-flat trumpets (or
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