The Ultimate Sheet Music Collection for Brass
Are you looking to expand your musical horizons with new and engaging pieces carefully crafted for your brass ensemble? Here at Music For Brass, we've compiled a wide range of beautiful sheet music selections to fit your playing style, ability, and venue.
Our sheet music is available in easy-to-read PDF format for many different groups, including Brass Quintet, Trombone Quartet, Tuba Quartet, Trumpet or Horn Ensemble, and so much more!
Our premium musical selection contains more than 500 pieces to choose from. Just browse or search the catalog to find your music, and you'll soon be able to use it to practice, play for family members, or perform at holiday events, corporate functions, or on the concert stage.
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The arranger has composed several variations of this opera aria by Alessandro Scarlatti, making a nice work for auditions, recitals, or other purposes.
(Jan. 19, 2018)
Could this be the definitive brass ensemble arrangement of this popular work? We think so!
(Jan. 12, 2018)
A jazz standard first recorded by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band in 1917.
(Jan. 11, 2018)
Aura Lee for Low Brass Ensemble
A traditional song known to most people today as the Elvis Presley hit "Love Me Tender."
(Jan. 10, 2018)
Aimed at advanced intermediate brass players, Funky Fugue has a Baroque feel with elements of jazz. There is a solo for Trumpet 2 that has been written out! A great concert piece.
(Jan. 8, 2018)
A cool piece to kick off the new year. First trombone should have a good high C, second trombone a good high Ab. (YouTube).
(Jan. 1, 2018)
A beautiful work with extremely wide range – suitable for advanced players only.
(Jan. 1, 2018)
Renaissance music by Italian composer Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina.
(Jan. 1, 2018)
A jazzy number suitable for strong high school or college-level quartets. First trombone goes up to high Ab, and there is a high C that could be taken down the octave if needed (YouTube).
(Dec. 20, 2017)
This excellent arrangement goes up to high A (above the staff) and down to low G (below the staff), making it a fun challenge for intermediate players. The medley starts with a short intro, proceeds into O Come All Ye Faithful, then slows down into Silent Night, before finishing with an up-tempo God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.
(Dec. 15, 2017)
An advanced-level composition for players who want to spread their wings even farther.
(Dec. 15, 2017)
This rocking arrangement of the popular carol is suitable for college-level players and above. Also comes with parts for two trombones and tuba (YouTube).
(Dec. 11, 2017)
A beautiful arrangement of this popular song (also known as Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) is now available on our partner site. Originally performed and recorded by Mel Torme, Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and many others. First and second trombone are in tenor clef and should have solid "lead chops" (YouTube).
(Dec. 4, 2017)
Includes music of Josquin des Pres, Ludwig Senfl, Christopher Tye, and Thomas Morley.
(Dec. 4, 2017)
Playtime for Four Trumpets
Have fun with this jazzy number! We are also preparing a transcription for high school-level trombone quartet.
(Nov. 30, 2017)
More great opera music for brass. A popular chorus from the third act of Verdi's Nabucco.
(Nov. 29, 2017)
An epic arrangement of the Queen of the Night aria from Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute).
(Nov. 28, 2017)
Imitating an Owl on Mountain Olympus for Solo Tenor Trombone
This foray into nature comes in two versions: one for advanced trombonists and the other for younger players. From the composer's work in progress "Little Pictures for Solo Instruments" (YouTube).
(Nov. 27, 2017)
O Holy Night for Brass Quintet and Solo Voice
This well thought out arrangement can be used for concert performances, or sing-alongs with audience participation.
(Nov. 22, 2017)
Your audience is sure to enjoy this blend of two popular tunes.
(Nov. 20, 2017)
An uncomplicated arrangement your group may be able to sight-read on a gig.
(Nov. 19, 2017)
This very cool arrangement includes Coventry Carol, We Three Kings, and I Wonder as I Wander.
(Nov. 18, 2017)
A heartfelt arrangement in ballad style. A strong lead player is recommended for the high C near the end. The arranger has prepared a beautiful recording you can listen to on YouTube.
(Nov. 17, 2017)
A quodlibet on The Huron Carol, as far as we know the only traditional Canadian carol.
(Nov. 16, 2017)
A clever adaption of traditional French and Russian carols.
(Nov. 15, 2017)
A concert version in multiple styles, including a bit of 5/8. Fun to play!
(Nov. 14, 2017)
This New Orleans influenced arrangement of "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" is available on our partner site. It offers a ton of fun for players and listeners alike. A toe-tapping swung rhythm with triplet motifs combines with plenty of variety and modulations – you'll never get bored. Intermediate level on up.
(Nov. 10, 2017)
Some favorite themes reimagined for tuba. Includes Overture, March, Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, Russian Dance, Arabian Dance, Chinese Dance, Dance of the Reed Flutes, and Waltz of the Flowers.
(Nov. 5, 2017)
Grades 1-3 versions of this beautiful music have been prepared and recorded by the arranger.
(Nov. 2, 2017)
This intermediate-level piece is a useful tool for teaching articulation, intonation, and sound (YouTube).
(Oct. 11, 2017)
This enjoyable piece from Tchaikovsky's Orchestral Suite No. 1 is occasionally inserted into the Nutcracker Ballet as an interlude (YouTube).
(Oct. 2, 2017)
A great tool for students ready to learn tenor clef, and plenty for older players to practice as well. Includes 15 "Seriously Easy," 15 "Moderately Easy," and 15 "Not As Easy" studies.
(Sept. 21, 2017)
A pretty arrangement, with a few surprises!
(Sept. 20, 2017)
Music of the late Renaissance.
(Sept. 20, 2017)
This arrangement of the popular song by Irving Berlin is available for buyers in the U.S.
(Sept. 19, 2017)
A beautiful arrangement, all in bass clef. The original version with piano is often heard at solo competitions or auditions. Recommended for college-level players, or high school players with a good high C#.
(Sept. 18, 2017)
Romanza for Brass Quartet
A nice arrangement of the second movement of Mozart's fourth horn concerto. The trumpet parts are likely too high for student players.
(Sept. 14, 2017)
This college-level piece by Canadian composer Andrew Clayden is really fun to play. Trombones 1 and 2 are in tenor clef, with Trombone 1 going up to high Bb (YouTube).
(Sept. 12, 2017)
The Thunderer for Eight Trombones and Tuba
One of Sousa's great marches. First trombone has a phrase up to high D, but it can be taken down the octave if needed, or a small bore tenor used.
(Sept. 7, 2017)
Solo e Pensoso (Alone and Thoughtful) for Five Trombones
This introspective music of the late Renaissance sounds good on trombone (YouTube).
(Aug. 24, 2017)
Fanfare #1 is for six trumpets and Fanfare #2 for four, with both just over a minute long.
(Aug. 23, 2017)
Romance for Bass Instrument and Piano
This beautiful piece can be performed on Bass Trombone, Euphonium, Eb or F Tuba, or Bassoon.
(Aug. 21, 2017)
A sentiment we can all share!
(Aug. 3, 2017)
Another piece that beginning brass players will love. Includes Principal's March, Lunchtime Waltz, & Final Bell.
(Aug. 2, 2017)
Includes trumpet parts in Bb and C, plus substitute parts for horn and euphonium.
(Aug. 1, 2017)
Is your student brass group struggling with rhythm? This piece can help!
(July 29, 2017)
Another great wedding arrangement that brings the horn front and center.
(July 28, 2017)
This beautiful arrangement is perfect for weddings, and it features the tuba!
(July 27, 2017)
Chocks Away! for Brass Quintet and Percussion
An excellent training piece for beginning brass players.
(July 26, 2017)
Two versions of the popular Irish folk song that are great for high school-level players.
(July 25, 2017)
Powerful and dramatic music written to try and save a beautiful church in Québec City.
(July 24, 2017)
A beautiful and uplifting piece.
(July 21, 2017)
Solo e Pensoso (Alone and Thoughtful) for Brass Quintet
Some introspective music of the late Renaissance.
(July 20, 2017)
This epic (some might even say Wagnerian) arrangement of the beautiful and popular Billy Joel song is suitable for university or professional-level players (YouTube).
(July 19, 2017)
Here's an early one for Christmas, as the arranger is about to release a CD recording.
(July 18, 2017)
An exciting and accessible work with some lighthearted moments.
(July 13, 2017)
Thriller for Eight Trombones
An advanced arrangement suitable for strong university or professional players with good syncopation skills (YouTube).
(July 9, 2017)
Just in time for summer!
(July 7, 2017)
A beautiful work (often performed by trombone choirs) adapted for three trombones, euphonium and tuba.
(June 28, 2017)
Classical music by the prolific Czech composer Johann Baptist Wanhal.
(June 23, 2017)
This fun little piece would be great for summer music camps. The moderate range is suitable for high school-level players. We have a full-length recording on YouTube.
(June 16, 2017)
Air & Minuet for Trumpet, Horn and Organ
Two nice selections from The Water Music, Suites I and II.
(June 13, 2017)
The King of Love My Shepard Is, Christ Be In My Heart, and Above the Hills of Time (Londonderry Air).
(June 7, 2017)
A great piece for younger players with intermediate-level but advancing ensemble and musicianship skills. "Brassy" qualities include the piece's playfulness, unexpected harmonies, deceptive cadences, antiphonal phrases, contrasting legato and staccato motifs, varied moods and tonal colors, and time signature and tempo changes.
(June 1, 2017)
A beautiful work in 7/4 time by Italian composer Paolo Eriani.
(May 24, 2017)
The famous song performed by singer-songwriter, musician, and composer Ray Charles. This fairly easy arrangement would make great summer brass quintet concert repertoire.
(May 17, 2017)
A nice arrangement of one of Chopin's most popular themes.
(May 10, 2017)
La Vie Continue (Life Goes On) for Two Tenor Trombones
A challenging and beautiful work with range from low C to high Eb. We recorded a sound sample of the complete first movement.
(May 3, 2017)
Time to get ready for wedding season? Can also be purchased in a set with Alleluia, Alleluia (for the same brass sextet plus organ).
(April 26, 2017)
Fun, and funky!
(April 19, 2017)
New Orleans Jambalaya captures that spicy dixieland flavor that wakes you up and stays with you awhile! Requires advanced players as it gets a little tricky after the modulation.
(Mar. 18, 2017)
A lovely arrangement suitable for college or university-level players and above. Trombones 1 and 2 in tenor clef.
(Mar. 12, 2017)
La Vie Continue (Life Goes On) for Two Bass Trombones
This beautiful piece was written for Julia McIntyre, currently Principal Bass Trombone of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, and Murray Crewe, former Principal Bass Trombone of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. The composer has made a complete recording available to listen to on YouTube.
(Mar. 9, 2017)
The arranger makes effective use of mutes and dissonance to evoke the sombre mood of this hymn.
(Mar. 8, 2017)
Young children will love this arrangement of traditional folk songs.
(Mar. 2, 2017)
Music by English madrigal composer John Wilbye.
(Mar. 2, 2017)
Bluesy Brass for Brass Quintet and Drum Set
Marching Brass for Brass Quintet
Two great training pieces for beginning brass players.
(Mar. 1, 2017)
A fun arrangement that audiences love.
(Feb. 28, 2017)
An epic new work by this Italian composer.
(Feb. 28, 2017)
This lovely piece could add a festive mood to your concert or service.
(Feb. 27, 2017)
It's not Spring yet, but now is a good time to start rehearsing this exciting, new composition in four movements! We recorded the first movement as a sound sample.
(Feb. 20, 2017)
This piece in honor of the Cubs' 2016 World Series title is composed in four different grade levels, from beginner through college.
(Feb. 14, 2017)
Let It Go (from Frozen) for Trombone Quartet
One of the first in our small (but growing) collection of pop tunes that can be ordered from our partner site. Playable by high school musicians with good syncopation skills. First and second trombone should be comfortable playing up to high Ab and Bb, while bass trombone needs a double-valve for the low C flats.
(Feb. 9, 2017)
A good piece for first year students with a few months playing under their belts, which is right about now!
(Feb. 7, 2017)
We haven't performed this new work yet, but it sounds like a fun piece to play.
(Feb. 6, 2017)
French music from the Renaissance.
(Feb. 6, 2017)
The music that commonly comes to mind when people think of a funeral march, although the arranger has included the original's lyrical and surprisingly beautiful middle section as well.
(Feb. 2, 2017)
Church music directors looking for Easter music will appreciate this new work. It begins with a magnificent fugue for the brass, that can be cut if there is limited rehearsal time before the service.
(Jan. 25, 2017)
Chant for Brass Quintet
This lovely work opens and closes with unaccompanied horn, and features brass duet, trio, quartet, and quintet at various times.
(Jan. 20, 2017)
New music interpretations that reinvent the harmonic language of the folk song, with beautiful results. Includes Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes, Bon Voyage Monsieur Dumollet, Come Again! Sweet Love Doth Now Invite, Men of Harlech, and Du Du Liegst mir im Herzen.
(Jan. 19, 2017)
Includes Forest Green, O God Thou Art the Father, and Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day.
(Jan. 18, 2017)
Mendelssohn's Op. 19b, No. 6 (Venetian Boat Song) and Op. 30, No. 4.
(Jan. 17, 2017)
Includes Under The Starry Sky and Ani Maamin.
(Jan. 16, 2017)
Folk Songs for Young Folks – for Trombone or Euphonium and Piano
Thirteen solos in two volumes arranged for aspiring young artists.
(Jan. 13, 2017)