Dwight Tibbetts has made a great arrangement of this song, it is well suited for beginner/intermediate performers, and is a great piece for any concert.
A beautiful arrangement by Dwight Tibbetts. This is a great choice of music for any concert!
After You've Gone - by Henry Creamer and Turner Layton - arranged for Brass Quintet by Jack Gale.
Angels We Have Heard On High - Traditional - arranged for Brass Quintet by James L. Klages.
English Folk Song Suite - by Ralph Vaughan-Williams - arranged for Brass Quintet by Jari Villanueva.
Greensleeves Fantasy - Traditional - arranged for Brass Quintet by Paul Nagle.
We Three Kings - Traditional - arranged for Brass Quintet by Bill Holcombe.
"Sevilla" by Isaac Albeniz, arranged by Jerry Nowak for Brass Quintet.
Sleepers Awake - by J.S. Bach - arranged for Brass Quintet by Joshua Hauser.
Air on the G String - by J.S. Bach - arranged for Brass Quintet by Jack Gale.
Simple Gifts - Traditional - arranged for Brass Quintet by Jari Villanueva.
Londonderry Air - Traditional - arranged for Brass Quintet by Jack Gale.
America the Beautiful by Samel A. Ward (1847 - 1903 ) - Arranged for Brass Quintet by Dean W. Smith.
Moderately advanced work of about 10 minutes for 2 Trumpets in Bb, Horn in F, Trombone and Tuba in bass clef. A wonderful addition to a church or holiday concert.
his work is very popular at Christmas concerts and is perfect for traditional wedding ceremonies as well. Your audience will be quite inspired by this beautiful sounding work that will fill the sanctuary or concert hall with the glorious sound of the Brass Quintet.
Your audience will be enchanted with this energetic but lyrical arrangement based on the popular folk song of the same title. †Instrumentation is for 2 trumpets in Bb , horn in F, trombone & tuba in bass clefs.
This brass quintet version arranged by Ray Kirkham uses many shadings and colors and has been used for many years by the Vancouver Symphony Brass.
Possibly the most famous Traditional Spanish/Mexican song. La Virgen De La Macarena is now available for Brass Quintet with a great arrangement by Seattle Symphony Trumpeter, Geoffrey Bergler.