Besides the rocking solo tuba part, Andresen has also included a part for the Danish National instrument, called a “Lur” or a “Lure” – which will be playing the oldest Danish melody from the 1200th century: “I dreamt a dream tonight”
This particular beautiful melody has a very special Nordic sound to it – and can in this arrangement be performed either by a Flugelhorn or as a vocal solo
The Star Wars main title theme is "arguably the most recognizable and iconic theme in cinema history."
Williams offers up a robust, brassy score that leans heavily on the same prime Aaron Copland influences that informed Elmer Bernstein's Magnificent Seven and Jerome Moross's The Big Country.
The 20th Century Fox Fanfare is a musical piece played to accompany the 20th Century Fox logo when it was displayed during the opening of the movie studio's feature films
Solo or duet with Brass Band: 3 Cornets, 1 Trp, Flgl, 3 Eb Horns, 3 Trbs, 2 Baritones, 2 Tubas, Timp.
Another masterpiece from the hands of Mogens Andresen. The main theme idea for the piece is taken from the marking of the joints of the copper roof from the Cathedral of Roskilde. Denmark.
This arrangement is made for Brass Band plus choir ( S-A-T-B).
Arranged for Brass Band by Mogens Andresen and Daniel Drage.
A classic work from the masters hand - The second act of Aida´s grand finale is a hugely popular piece of music, used for many occasions. Daniel has once again delivered a solid arrangement, the parts are challenging but thrilling. A sure hit with any crowd!
Daniels Arrangement is as always well done, with the true stamp of a very skilled arranger.
Bottoms Up! is a very catchy Swedish melody, a real showstopper! Arranged in a thrilling way by Mogens Andresen - a real crowd pleaser.
The piece is build upon an old Danish Folk song, with many variations to present the 3 Trombones in a very catchy and charming way.
A great Brass Band arrangement of Pastime with good company - a true showstarter!
Cartoons is a potpurri of all the good toones we hear in Disney Cartoons, humorously put together by Mr. Andresen.
The piece is being used for competitions throughout Denmark, and is a very well written piece of music. Brass Band Version.
VILLAGE BAND MARCH consist of two small march-tunes of Laurids Pedersen, composed I Vejen, Jutland, Denmark, at “Oxenvadsgård” at the end of the 19th century.