This four movement transcription of the piano pieces Balalaika, Andante, Espanola, Galop gives brass players the chance to demonstrate Stravinsky’s sense of humor.
Grieg’s poignant Norwegian vignette will charm your audience and add nice variety to your program.
A rousing original march in 6/8 time that will set your audience’s toes a-tapping. A versatile piece for programming, and playable by good intermediate groups
The classic 1954 NBC television series comes to life in William Picher’s sparkling brass quintet arrangement of Rodgers’ stirring score.
Contains the most popular of the Jewish holiday favorites including “The Dreidel Song”, “Mo’oz Tzur”, “S’Vivon” and more.
This work comes from a manuscript of music composed for the 4th New Hampshire Regiment Band.
Subtitled Fan Shen Dao Qing, this quintet is written by a faculty member of the Peking Conservatory and edited by Robert Nagel.
Here’s a nice intrada for a concert or a ceremony, with interesting parts for all players. Trumpet parts are in C, with alternate Bb parts provided.
This piece is based on the opening motive from Nimrod in Elgar’s Enigma Variations.
A renaissance “battle piece” originally for strings and organ becomes a natural for brass quintet as arranged by David Baldwin.
Wagner’s famous operatic music is useful as a concert opener but also for more functional situations such as weddings, commencements and other festive ceremonies.
A very versatile arrangement featuring brass quintet with a soprano soloist.
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