Bach's famous Brandenburg Concertos are considered by many to be the pinnacle of the Baroque Concerto Grosso style. These arrangements of the "Brandenburgs" have become much-used by professionals
Brahms composed 21 Hungarian Dances beginning in 1869. All were composed for piano, but many of them have been orchestrated and are performed by symphony orchestras. They are based on Hungarian folk songs
"Theme and Variations" was originally written for string orchestra. It contains six variations on an original melody in G minor.
This album for string quartet includes: Trumpet Tune; Trumpet Voluntary; Wedding March (Wagner); Wedding March (Mendelssohn); Entrance of the Queen of Sheba; Rondeau (Mouret);
This collection includes: Alleluja from "Exultate Jubilate" (Mozart); Traumeri (Schumann); Wachet Auf (Bach); Sheep May Safely Graze (Bach); Ode To Joy (Beethoven); Arioso (Bach); Panis Angelicus
Here's one that should save lots of last-minute arrangements! Includes: Trumpet Tune (Purcell); Trumpet Voluntary (Clark); La Rejouissance; Prelude From Te Deum; Hornpipe From Water Music; Rondeau
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