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Customer Referrals

Thank you! This was the first year we used brass on Easter morning and your arrangements saved the day for our Prelude music. They were attractive, engaging and easily put together by the four professionals I was using.
John Uehlein
Director of Music Ministries,
Church of St. Francis Xavier

Brad at musicforbrass.com has been extremely helpful in providing selections for our ensemble. With our applications and attendance to chamber music competitions, his response to requests and his willingness to go out of his way to help is rare and appreciated!
Alexander Cannon
Tree O'Brass Ensemble

I have had excellent results from your downloadable music web site. Thanks for being a good souce for good music.
Tom Benshoof
Totally “Bone”afide Trombone Quartet

My shopping experience with musicforbrass.com was pleasant, easy, and efficient. I found the selections easy to browse through and am impressed with the wide selection of music available.
Mike Herriott
Trumpet Soloist

I ordered the Flute Partita from Music for Brass (great service from them, I had it in a few days) and have been working on it ever since. It's a great work out for me.
Tom Rath
Euphonium Player

I have performed, conducted and coached Brad Howland's arrangements and transcriptions for a number of years and have found them to be consistently excellent. Brad has published a wonderful collection that is very satisfying musically and shows beautiful workmanship. I recommend his collection to all serious brass performers and pedagogues.
Gordon Cherry
Former Principal Trombone,
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra

I have been playing Brad Howland's brass arrangements for many years. He has a thorough knowledge of brass instruments, and his arrangements are consistently of the highest quality. I recommend them!
Kevin Thompson
Former Principal Trombone,
Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra

Stars and Stripes was liked by the guys in the trio, and was a big hit as the postlude for both congregations. Usually the postlude is throwaway music, with the musicians fighting to be heard over the noise of a departing crowd and finishing to an empty house. Not on these two Sundays! People stayed and listened. One congregation starting clapping along near the start (though it didn't live long), while the other started clapping along as the final strain began and carried on till the end. Both groups applauded when we were done. I don't know about your church, but in my church this almost never happens at the postlude...Thanks for your good work. I'm sure we'll use your stuff every Independence Day far into the future.
Dave Burch
Computer Programmer, Trombonist