The opening fanfare stresses tightly voiced ensemble playing and utilizes contemporary harmonic and rhythmic techniques.
This arrangement for brass quintet is based on the Fugue in Imitation of the Postilion’s Horn Call.
An excellent transcription of Jules Massenet’s famous dance from his 1885 opera, Le Cid.
Adapted from Mozart’s Sonata for Bassoon and Cello (K. 292), this transcription by Rex Conner works perfectly for two tubas or euphonium and tuba.
This is a three movement duet adapted from Nicolai’s Six Duets for Two Horns.
A clever manipulation of the Mexican Hat Dance, and the parts provide enjoyment for each player. This light-hearted, well-written piece is a must for a trio recital!
Editor’s choice. A marvelously written work for one of the most difficult textures in brass chamber music.
This trio for trumpet, horn and trombone was written for the University of Dayton Brass trio.
A unique and entertaining 12-tone suite for trumpet (in C), horn and trombone.
The first movement resembles a short toccata, the second creates a full luxurious texture that implies a much larger instrumentation and the third movement is Stravinskyesque in nature with a dry, brittle rhythmic drive.
A delightful chamber suite for trumpet, horn and trombone.
This complete overture to the opera Merry Wives shares both Classical clarity and Romantic intensity, and highlights Nicolai’s melodic gifts and his fluent understanding of orchestration techniques.
This is a wonderful Baroque Suite which could be used for many different occasions or gigs.
Changing textures and colors and rhythms give this brass ensemble piece audience appeal.
This brass choir work is based on the opening motive from Nimrod in Elgar’s Enigma Variations.
Frackenpohl wrote this brass and percussion ensemble in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the New York Mets and the 150th anniversary of the New York Philharmonic.
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