Perfect quintet for prelude music prior to Easter services.
Clever arrangement for brass quintet of this piano rag which features “stoptime” effects.
This rousing opener, full of pomp and vigor, by Boston composer Rob Carriker is reminiscent of the styles of Elgar and Holst.
This quintet is in four movements, Preamble, Scherzo, Fantasy “Liberty Graveyard”, and Finale, a lively 6/8.
Everybody’s favorite smear trombone piece now available for brass quintet!
A majestic processional from Andre Campra’s 1712 opera Idomenee.
The Drunken Sailor projects the mood of a work song sung by sailors hoisting sails; Shenandoah is arranged in a 16th century madrigal style;and The Drummer and the Cook is arranged in a canon which depicts an argument.
Scherzo is the second of three short pieces from Trois Fantasies ou Caprices composed by Felix Mendelssohn in 1829 for the piano.
Quiet and expressive, this brass quintet is a good opportunity to develop intonation and expression in the ensemble, at the same time exploring this style period.
This quintet, recorded by the Carillon Brass on a tape entitled Those Things Strange and Wonderful is a good addition to the shorter ceremonial group of works needed for general performances.
Allegro is derived from the Concerto in D for trumpet, two oboes, and two bassoons. In this arrangement for brass quintet, Trumpet I is the original solo trumpet part in D.
Recreate the sounds of the Big Top with William Bjornes’ terrific arrangement of one of the best known circus marches.
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