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  1. 11 Madrigals

    Composer: Weelkes Arranger: McDuffie, R
    Instrumentation: Brass Quintet Instruments: 2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone and Tuba
    Genre: Renaissance
    11 Madrigals from Ballets and Madrigals to 5 Voices for brass quintet Learn More

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  2. How Can I

    Composer: Lucas, Kurt
    Instrumentation: Brass Quintet Instruments: 2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone and Tuba
    Genre: Jazz
    "How Can I" is a contemporary "Slow Shuffle" followed by a short "Allegro" section before revisiting the "Slow Shuffle". This Brass Quintet is a not too difficult, is fun to play, and will please the audience. Learn More

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  3. Kelvingrove

    Composer: Sims/Lyte Arranger: Panza, Michael
    Instrumentation: Brass Quintet Instruments: 2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone and Tuba
    Genre: Folk music
    This tune first appeared in a book of Scottish songs compiled by John Sims in the year 1820. Shortly thereafter, Thomas Lyte claimed to be the true author of the piece and is most often credited as the original composer. The tune Kelvin Grove was based on the River that ran through Lyte's hometown in Scotland. It also goes by the name of 'Bonnie Lassie O'. The tune regained popularity in 1987 when John Bell and Graham Maule put words to the tune and retitled it as 'The Summons.' Learn More

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  4. Three Times Five

    Composer: Paff, John
    Instrumentation: Brass Quintet Instruments: 2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone and Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary
    “Three Times Five” is a brass quintet in three movements. The movement names: Procession, Tranquility and Excursion, describe the mood in each case, without providing an actual or implied story. Throughout the piece, each instrument is featured in melody and ensemble roles, and the performance level is medium difficult. The horn is, perhaps, featured more than in some similar compositions. The first movement begins with a fanfare section before settling into the “procession” tempo. The second movement is calm and peaceful, as the movement title suggests. The final movement is more up-tempo with more moving notes and several meter changes. Three Times Five will be fun and interesting for players and listeners alike. Learn More

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