Designed to be as flexible as possible, this unique collection gives you the opportunity to use these settings with any three instruments - the number of combinations are endless! Double parts to create a
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
Fifteen intermediate to advanced-level arrangements of the most often requested classical pieces for weddings. These can be played as solos, duets or trios with or without piano accompaniment. Titles
A new, fresh treatment of this famous tune as arranged by Chris Coletti of the Canadian Brass.
A beautiful setting of this beloved classic is now creatively set for solo instrument with piano. A terrific choice for just about any church occasion!
Appropriate as wedding service music for the church. Includes: Trumpet Tune (Purcell); Bridal Chorus (Wagner); Hornpipe (Handel); Psalm XIX (Marcello); How Brightly
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
This is a straightforward yet beautiful arrangement of the famous tune. It will require sensitive musicianship and good technique, but is such a fine piece, it practically plays itself.
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