Legends and Tales of the Renaissance II - of Romance .. by various composers - arranged for Brass Quintet by Richard Cardo.
This is the second collection of great renaissance pieces, beautifully arranged by Mr. Cardo.
- A Hawkes up - for a hunts-up. A metaphor for pursuing relationships, in the first half, hawks are scouting, and in the second half, the hunters pursue their prey on horseback.
- Scarborough Faire - parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme. The spice of life. Everything reminds the singer of their true love. Are they or are they not? He wrote this for two people who have feelings for each other, walking through the faire, glancing at each other at every turn, with their secret love in their hearts. I will see you again at the faire.
- The Orange Rogue- sometimes attributed to William of Orange, with an arranged marriage, Mary thought him to be boring and unattractive. Set up to take charge of a war that could not be won, William turned things around and won despite the odds. Even more impressive, he turned Mary's heart as well as she fell in love with him.
This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :
• Score (13 pages)
• 1. Trumpet part in Bb ( Piccolo Trumpet for "The Orange Rogue" )
• 2. Trumpet part in Bb
• French Horn part
• Trombone part in bass clef
• Tuba part in bass clef