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.
For 2 standard brass quintets. Written for The Canadian Brass and friends, this work is very effective when set up antiphonally.
This quintet a light, engaging 12-minute work easily accessible to general audiences and ensembles of intermediate ability as well as college/professionals, and is suited for recitals or just about any type of venue.
This is an arrangement of the third movement from the Suite de Symphonies, #1 by Jean-Joseph Mouret (1682-1738).
The beautiful melodies and rich harmonies of Poulenc adapt well to brass quintet.
Horn feature and what a hoot! Richard Strauss’ horn call from Til Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks as the melodic basis for this jaunty, Joplinesque rag.
This work fills the brass quintets repertoire of original processional music.
An exciting transcription of this 18th century organ piece.
Dietrich Buxtehude, one of young J.S. Bach’s inspirations, was a prolific composer for organ. His improvisational style transcribes well for brass in this effective transcription.
Brass quintet arrangements of two old Christmas tunes, Myn Lyking, and I Saw a Maiden.
Quasi-rondo form which contains a nice variety of rhythmic gestures, lyrical statements and declamatory passages.
A very pretty and effective arrangement of a chorale prelude for brass quintet.
This quintet is more of a homophonic than a polyphonic piece similar to Corelli or Telemann chamber works. Perfect for Easter services.
Childhood Scenes in 3 movements depicts fears, daydreams and clowns. Good kinderkonzert fare.
Ken Singleton’s popular arrangement of this flag waver is a sure way to get a standing ovation for any quintet.
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