• Brahms - Lo, How A Rose E're Blooming - Brass Quartet
  • Brahms - Lo, How A Rose E're Blooming - Brass Quartet
  • Brahms - Lo, How A Rose E're Blooming - Brass Quartet
  • Brahms - Lo, How A Rose E're Blooming - Brass Quartet

Brahms - Lo, How A Rose E're Blooming - Brass Quartet

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- or "A Spotless Rose", is a Christmas carol and Marian Hymn originally from Germany.

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Lo, How A Rose E're Blooming - Brahms - arranged for Brass Quartet by Connie Frerich Schulz.

- or "A Spotless Rose", is a Christmas carol and Marian Hymn originally from Germany.

This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :
 
    Score
    2 Bb Cornets
    1 Trombone/F Horn
    1 Euphonium

6 pages



Connie Frerich-Schulz (b. 1963)

Connie Frerich-Schulz is a Poplar High School graduate from Poplar, Montana. She attended the College of Great Falls in Great Falls MT, transferred and graduated from Minot State University with a degree in Music Education. Upon completing her degree, Ms. Schulz taught music in grades K-12 at Bainville Schools in north-east Montana. She studied euphonium with Harold Brasch. She has appeared as soloist with the San Juan College Concert Band in Farmington NM and was a guest artist & soloist with San Juan Symphony. Ms Schulz is a member of the Great Western Rocky Mountain Brass Band in Silverton, CO and the Yankee Brass Band of New England. She is principal euphonium with Concordia Santa Fe, Best Brass of Christmas and Kissmah Brass Band. She was the Administrative Director of Showcase Concerts from 1997-2003 and director of Showcase Kids. When giving her chops a break, Connie can be found singing alto in Caliente and traveled to Ireland with the choir in July 2009. She is a founding member of Brassworks 4, playing euphonium until their retirement from the stage in 2003. Connie is the music director at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Farmington.

Published with permission from BrassWorks4.

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