Brass

View as List Grid

Items 1-10 of 4480

Page
per page
Set Descending Direction
  1. A Caged Bird

    Composer: York, Barbara
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Euphonium, Piano, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary

    with Piano; Commissioned by the International Women's Brass Conference, 2014; Playable on Trombone or Euphonium.  Bass clef and treble clef solo parts provided.

    2017 The Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Festival Competition Music

     

    Learn More

    From $20.00

    To $40.00

  2. An Adventurer's Tale

    Composer: Oliver, Jonathan
    Instrumentation: Ensemble Instruments: Euphonium, Tuba

    (EEEETTTT)

    The idea for this work attempts to recreate the spirit of an individual who is looking for treasures and is willing to go anywhere for the thrill of the adventure. The music begins with the start of the journey and the uneasiness that comes with not knowing what dangers lie ahead. Everything progresses until we reach the destination and begin the search for what has brought the adventurer to this place. The search continues until our adventurer make a false move and sets off a trap that ensnares them with what seems like no hope of escape. Finding the courage to not become part of the history of the location, our adventurer searches for and finds a way out and begins their escape. The escape leads to many dangers and traps that try to stop our brave adventurer. The music builds into a frenzy and abruptly halts into a moment of unsure feelings, making the listener wonder if the adventurer made it out alive. The work concludes by allowing the adventurer to escape and to leave, reflecting on the decisions to go on this treasure hunt. The question is…did they go away empty handed? Learn More

    From $24.00

    To $48.00

  3. New
    Five Renaissance Dances

    Five Renaissance Dances

    Composer: Joyce, Brian
    Instrumentation: Brass Quintet Instruments: 2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone and Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary

    Although composed in 1974, these dances for Brass Quintet reflect the Renaissance Dance style. The Five Renaissance Dances are hardly at the cutting edge of 20th century compositional techniques, but I think of them simply as good clean fun, both for the composer and the players. Hopefully, audiences will enjoy them as well.

    I was a cello student in the early seventies when my school, Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, acquired a set of seven viola da gambas. Along with most of the other cellists at the time, I suddenly found myself a charter member of the new Consort of Viols. In my studies as a composition major I had been working in a more-or-less non-tonal vein for a couple of years. I now came face to face with this Elizabethan consort literature which, although decidedly triadic, retained just enough modality to keep it from behaving according to the rules of functional harmony. Exposure to the music of Byrd, Gibbons, Susato and Praetorius was not without effect: many compositional possibilities suggested themselves in the understated sophistication of rhythms, textures and phrasing. These dances (which, incidentally, were first written in only three voices) were composed in 1974. In true Renaissance fashion, they were originally conceived without reference to a specific performing ensemble; when they were played at all, they were played by viols. In October of 1990 a trombonist friend pointed out that I seemed to have very little brass music to my name. Thinking that this suite would wear the sound of brasses well, I quickly arranged it for brass quintet, and so was able to fill this embarrassing gap in my output.

    Learn More

    As low as $18.00

  4. 20 Duets for Horn and Tuba

    Composer: Various Arranger: Opaskar, Peter
    Instrumentation: Duet Instruments: French Horn, Tuba

    20 Duets for Horn and Tuba is perfect for a get together with a friend or for a teacher and student. This set includes pieces from Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, etc.

    Learn More

    From $18.00

    To $36.00

  5. The Struggle Within

    Composer: Oliver, Jonathan
    Instrumentation: Ensemble Instruments: Euphonium, Tuba

    (EEEETTTT)

    A single thought can become an emotional full circle…

    This song begins with a simple musical idea and an underlying motif of doubt. As the music progress, the beginning of an inner turmoil and darkness begins to unfold as the simple melody continues. A final thought of happiness tries to penetrate through the darkness, but it has become too late.  Suddenly, a frantic feeling begins to creep into the once singular idea and begins a transformation into a twisted set of emotions that continually morphs the beginning melody into many different variations.  The battle of emotions continues until eventually the music is able to fight its way back to the original simple melody, but with its original moment of doubt. 

    Learn More

    From $24.00

    To $48.00

  6. Bells on Christmas Day

    Composer: Chauvin, Paul
    Instrumentation: Ensemble Instruments: French Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba
    Genre: Christmas

    An original work for Double Brass Quintet by Paul Chauvin that contains many snippets of familiar Christmas carols throughout.

    Double Brass Quintet; 2 Piccolo Trumpets or Bb Trumpets

    Learn More

    As low as $25.00

  7. We Wish You a Merry Christmas

    Composer: traditional Arranger: Boaz, Cathy Jill
    Instrumentation: Horn Ensemble Instruments: French Horn
    Genre: Christmas
    5 Horns; A fun arrangement of "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" that is sure to make anyone smile. Learn More

    From $16.00

    To $32.00

  8. New
    Christmas Joy

    Christmas Joy

    Composer: Trad Arranger: Kent, David
    Instrumentation: Brass Quintet Instruments: 2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone and Tuba
    Genre: Christmas
    Originally titled "Veni Emmannuel and Antioch", "Christmas Joy" has been arranged for Brass Quintet. It works best for any holiday even as well as a a prelude or prelude piece in a church setting. Learn More

    As low as $18.00

  9. To the Skies

    Composer: Oliver, Jonathan
    Instrumentation: Ensemble Instruments: Euphonium, Tuba

    (EEEETTTT)

    This short work is intended to describe the emotions of going on an airplane ride. The beginning of the piece describes the excitement of taking off from the runway and the start of the flight. The middle section looks for the joys of seeing the sky from your seat and knowing that you have become one with the clouds. The feelings of going in for the landing and being back on the ground bring the piece to its exciting conclusion. Learn More

    From $24.00

    To $48.00

  10. Joyous (Joy to the World)

    Composer: Händel, Georg Friedrich Arranger: Chauvin, Paul
    Instrumentation: Ensemble Instruments: French Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba
    Genre: Christmas
    This version of "Joy to the World" for double brass quintet is sure to thrill any audience. It is set in several sections and will challenge every player in the brass group. Learn More

    As low as $25.00

View as List Grid

Items 1-10 of 4480

Page
per page
Set Descending Direction