The most popular song to be played as a processional for many weddings around the world. This arrangement has been specifically modified so that the entire piece can be used for the whole bridal party to
This popular selection from Handel's Water Music, often requested for wedding performances, is ideal for any occasion where a quiet, contemplative mood is appropraite. Alternating melodic
Brass players will definitely enjoy playing this arrangement of the celebrated theme from the second movement of Bach's "Orchestral Suite No. 3." With reasonable ranges and optional simplified tuba
Generally known as Here Comes the Bride or Wedding March, this piece by Richard Wagner which has been used as a processional for many brides around the world, has now been freshly arranged as a duet for
Generally known as Here Comes the Bride or Wedding March, this piece by Richard Wagner which has been used as a processional for many brides around the world, has now been freshly arranged for Brass Quartet
These fine arrangements from the Canadian Brass contain excellent music for wedding services from their repertoire, collected from their extensive educational publications for brass quintet. The moderately
This famous and exciting piece would make a great opening to a concert, or it could even be used as a recessional at a wedding service. The technical parts flow very nicely and sound more difficult than
A new, fresh treatment of this famous tune as arranged by Chris Coletti of the Canadian Brass.
Scored here for brass quintet and organ (with optional timpani), Music for the Royal Fireworks can now be performed by six people. There are no cuts or reductions. This would make a truly
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
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