Midnight in Moscow for Brass Quintet - Arranged for Brass Quintet by Arturs Gravitis.
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"Moscow Nights" or "Midnight in Moscow" (transliterated as "Podmoskovnye Vechera") is a Russian song, one of the best known outside its homeland. It was created by Russian classical composer Vasily Solovyov-Sedoi (1907–1979) and poet Mikhail Matusovsky in 1955.
In 1957, the song won both the international song contest and the first prize at the World Festival of Youth and Students held in Moscow. The song spread around the world, achieving particular popularity in mainland China. In the Soviet Union, the tune has been the time signal sounded every 30 minutes on the Mayak music and news radio station since 1964. The British jazz group, Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen, had a hit with the song in 1961 under the title "Midnight in Moscow". This version peaked at number two on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1962; in March of that year, it spent three weeks at number one on the American Easy Listening chart.
This item contains arrangement of Midnight in Moscow for brass quintet.
• 2 Trumpet parts in B flat
• French Horn part
• Trombone part in bass clef
• Tuba part in bass clef
• Extra parts for Horn in B ( octave up also included ) and E flat - Extra part for Trombone in treble clef - extra parts for Tuba in E and F flat treble clef.
Difficulty level: 3* - arranger`s subjective opinion
* 1 (advanced beginner), 2 (easy), 3 (medium), 4 (difficult), 5 (very difficult)
Total measures: 117
Concert Pitch: c/d
Duration (estimate): 3:43