Pedersen - Village Band March - Brass Quintet

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A must have piece for any Brass Quintet - great music from the 17th century.


Village Band March - by Laurids Pedersen. Arranged for Brass Quintet by Mogens Andresen.

In the 17th century, the Danish army did not use sheet music. In spite of that, today we have a certain knowledge of the military music of that time, wich is due to the fact that demobilized military musicians settled as village-musicians and wrote down signals and marches in order to use them between the dances. VILLAGE BAND MARCH consist of two small march tunes by LAURIDS PEDERSEN, composed in Vejen, Jutland, at "Oxenvadsgård" at the end of the 18th century.

This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :

  • Score ( 6 pages ) 
  • Trumpet or Cornet 1 part in Bb
  • Trumpet or Cornet 2 part in Bb
  • Horn part in F or Eb
  • Trombone part in bass or treble clef
  • Tuba or Euphonium or Bass Trombone part in bass clef

Youtube clip : Village Band March for Brass Quintet, performed bu the Royal Danish Lifeguard´s Brass Quintet.

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