Abide with Me is a beautiful hymn and has been arranged to feature all the members in a brass quintet with organ. This arrangement opens with a short introduction then proceeds through several
This arrangement for flugelhorn and organ draws on the folk and shape note traditions found in William Walker's Southern Harmony.
Ave Verum Corpus is one of Mozart's most famous pieces and has even been described as "perhaps the loftiest work of art that Mozart has created." It is simple and a perfect piece to develop a
Deep River has been arranged here to feature the smooth sound of the flugel horn. This famous melody is supported by an interesting accompaniment with jazz harmonies and rhythmic pulse. Spirituals
This arrangement of Hallelujah from Handel's "Messiah," lowered to the key of B-flat, is perfect for those times when a standard brass quintet is performing a church service or other
This arrangement of Hallelujah from Handel's "Messiah," in the original key of D, is perfect for those times when a standard brass quintet is performing a church service or other
This version of Hallelujah from Handel's "Messiah" was written for four trumpets, and since it is written in the lower key of B-flat major, it lies very nicely on B-flat trumpets. All four parts
This folk song has been used as the melody for several popular hymns over the years. This arrangement is opened by a solo trumpet with a sense of a lone player on the top of a hill surrounded by mist. The
Now Thank We All Our God is a great example of Bach's writing. This was originally for choir, orchestra, and two horns. The horn lines are now found in the trumpet parts and some (much needed!) rest has
This is the most famous section from Bach's Cantata No. 208. Arranged here for brass quintet and organ, it makes an ideal piece to be used at events such as weddings or church services. All parts are
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