This rousing and patriotic song was written in 1867, the year of Canada's Confederation. It became very popular, and for many years, was the unofficial national anthem of Canada. This arrangement can be
A straight forward trio for trombone (with optional horn and baritone T.C. parts) that is well balanced in the scoring. The melody is tossed around between the various parts, while the piano tends to act as
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This very useful publication consists of three different settings of the national anthem: a traditional instrumental version (in B flat), a contemporary instrumental version (in C), and a version for vocal
2014 marked the 200th anniversary of our National Anthem. Carolyn Hamlin has created a thrilling new setting for the occasion. Richard Nichols has arranged brass parts that work with the organ in
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