Evoke the harmonies and spirit of this colorful and artistic Spanish region with this romantic and fiery arrangement by Lawrence David Eden.
Krebs, a student of the great Bach, wrote this chorale prelude on the Advent hymn Wachet Auf (Sleepers Awake) as one of eight chorale preludes for trumpet and organ.
This joyous movement for brass quintet from Mozart’s Exultate, Jubilate, K. 165, will come in handy for a wide variety of occasions.
Praetorius based a great deal of his music on Lutheran hymns.These two hymn arrangements are excellent for church services.
From A German Requiem, Brahms’ choral style and lyric beauty has never been more appropriately showcased than in this brass publication from Pasticcio Music.
This exciting fugue in F major will showcase all the players.
One of Leroy Anderson’s most popular selections is now a trumpet feature within the brass quintet.
Revoltillo (literal translation-scrambled eggs) is a traditional Afro-Cuban piece, representative of the 1940’s style of Latin Dance Music made popular by musicians such as Tito Puente.
Christmas Garland is a delightful arrangement of four well-known Christmas carols: Here We Come a’Caroling, Good Christian Men Rejoice, What Child is This?, and I Saw Three Ships.
Formerly attributed to Purcell, Jeremiah Clarke’s famous Voluntary is available here for brass quintet in its original key of D Major.
Praise the Lord with Drums and Cymbals is a majestic brass quintet transcription of a movement from Karg-Elert’s organ work, Portraits.
This four movement work uses C trumpets with an optional Eb trumpet part, and is recommended as core literature for the quintet.
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