Great Brass Music
The minute you want it!
Would you like to expand your musical horizons with new and engaging pieces carefully crafted for your brass ensemble? Here at Music For Brass.com, we've created a wide range of beautiful sheet music to fit your playing style, ability, and venue.
We have more than 500 pieces available for immediate download in PDF format after placing a secure order on our website. 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!
Four E-Z Carol Accompaniments for Brass Trio or Quartet — Trumpet 1 is optional so these accompaniments can be performed by 3 or 4 players. Great for beginner brass players at your next sing-along!
Jingle Bells for Trombone Quartet — A fun arrangement playable by good high school students. Bass trombone gets the melody in the swing section!
Three for Christmas for Brass Quintet — Includes Ancient Christmas Hymn, Fum Fum Fum, and Pat-a-Pan
(Dec. 3, 2018)
Enjoy this complete recording of Morning Mood on YouTube!
(Nov. 20, 2018)
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen for Brass Quintet — A traditional take, with modern variations
The Holly and the Ivy for Brass Quintet — A heartfelt arrangement good for student players
Auld Lang Syne for Brass Quintet — Starts out pretty standard, then breaks into Dixie march
The "Oldies" Christmas Medley for Brass Quintet — Very cool arrangement, despite the name
"Pieces" from The Nutcracker for Brass Quintet — Danse Russe Trepak, Marche, and Danse des Mirlitons
Latin Bells for Brass Quintet — A jazz arrangement of Jingle Bells and Ukrainian Bell Carol — hot!
(Oct. 29, 2018)
An excellent choice for that first time, getting-up-in-front-of-an-audience recital experience. Provided in two keys: you can choose between G or F Major depending on ability and range.
(Oct. 25, 2018)
A jazzy march – meant to be played swung.
(Oct. 22, 2018)
New video uploaded to YouTube today: a complete recording of this work.
(Oct. 19, 2018)
A fun piece for your student brass players this Halloween!
(Oct. 17, 2018)
The Great Gate of Kiev for Brass Quintet and Organ — Mussorgsky
Inveni David for Brass Quintet — Bruckner
Turkish March for Tuba Quartet — Mozart
(Sept. 29, 2018)
New video uploaded to YouTube today: a sample recording just in time for Oktoberfest!
(Sept. 27, 2018)
Your brass group can now play this amazing and dramatic music, originally for choir and orchestra. Trumpet parts are in C.
(Sept. 24, 2018)
New video uploaded to YouTube today: a complete recording of the first movement of this epic work.
(Sept. 22, 2018)
A quintet arrangement of the famous drinking song from Verdi's opera.
(Sept. 20, 2018)
New video uploaded to YouTube today: a sample recording of this famous piece by Rimsky-Korsakov.
(Aug. 30, 2018)
Wedding Quartet from Ruddigore for Brass Quintet - classic G&S
Wedding Day for Brass Quintet - a festive wedding march
Ragtime Races for Brass Quintet - Scott Joplinesque
Happy Birthday for Brass Quintet - a unique rendition
The Entertainer for Brass Trio - great gig music
Water Music Marches for Brass Trio - they play well outside
Navy Hymn for Trombone Quartet - a beautiful arrangement
Hymn Gig Book for Trombone Quartet - great for church services
Freedom for Trumpet Duet - from the heart
Red Hot Trumpets for Trumpet Trio - good piece for younger players
Colonel Bogey for Trumpet Trio - the popular march
Scarlatti Variations for Horn and Piano - a nice recital piece
A veritable smorgasbord of new music released today!
(Aug. 7, 2018)
New video uploaded to YouTube today: a sample recording of this popular children's song.
(July 27, 2018)
This arrangement of a popular Rossini overture will be a nice challenge for your ensemble, especially horn.
(July 18, 2018)
As promised, here's a wonderful arrangement of "Il Canto degli Italiani" (The Singing of Italians).
(July 14, 2018)
We're celebrating Canada Day with a great new fanfare, a couple of O Canada arrangements, and a new national anthems page on the site. Coming soon: Italy!
(June 29, 2018)
A new page for trumpet duets added today.
(June 25, 2018)
Colonel Bogey March for Trombone Trio - Toe-tapping
4/4 pour 4 de MSS for Trombone Quartet - Light-hearted
Trust for Trombone Quartet - Up-beat
Rapsodica for Trombone Quartet - Epic
Driven for Trombone and Piano - Relentless
Fantasticando for Bass Trombone and Piano - Chopinesque
Hodie Christus Nactus Est for Low Brass Ensemble - Festive
Elsa's Procession from Lohengrin for Low Brass Ensemble - Celebratory
Three Famous Arias for Low Brass Ensemble - Operatic
Invocation for Low Brass Ensemble - Reverential
It's low brass appreciation day!
(May 30, 2018)
This popular music by Robert Schumann sounds beautiful on trombone (YouTube).
(May 1, 2018)
(Apr. 3, 2018)
Two pieces to commemorate the date of Beethoven's passing on March 26, 1827: Marcia Funebre from Piano Sonata No.12, Bläserstück based on the theme from Symphony No. 5.
(Mar. 26, 2018)
Today is the first day of Spring, and the first day of Wedding Season! Here are five new arrangements to go.
(Mar. 20, 2018)
Why should the strings have all the fun performing this tune? Brass instruments can play it too!
(Mar. 16, 2018)
Here's a fun one for Easter to play with friends, or take to a lesson and play with your teacher! (YouTube)
(Mar. 9, 2018)
Includes Anni-Walzer, Bauernmarsch, Hans Jörgel Polka, Schlittschuhlaüfer, and Spinnradltanz. Great for Oktoberfest of course, but also fun at other festive occasions as well!
(Mar. 6, 2018)
Reverie for Tuba and Harp
This popular work by Alexander Glazunov (originally for horn and piano) makes a great recital piece.
(Feb. 24, 2018)
Two new pieces for your trumpet class: one beginner, one advanced.
(Feb. 21, 2018)
Flower Duet for Low Brass Ensemble
This popular soprano duet from Léo Delibes' opera Lakme has been featured in numerous advertisements, movies, and wedding music lists.
(Feb. 18, 2018)
Beautiful music, albeit quite high for the upper players.
(Feb. 15, 2018)
Beat It for Various Quartets
February 14 is the 35th anniversary of the release of the hit single Beat It! We have three fun arrangements available on our partner site: trombone quartet, trumpet quartet, and tuba quartet. There are no drum parts, but you can encourage your audience to snap fingers or clap along, or add a drummer for extra panache. Here's a sample YouTube video of the trombone quartet.
(Feb. 9, 2018)
Here is "a little night music" to challenge your trombone, euphonium, tuba class!
(Feb. 6, 2018)
Brindisi for Brass Ensemble
The famous drinking song from Verdi's opera La Traviata.
(Feb. 6, 2018)
Badinerie for Trumpet and Trombone
This short but difficult arrangement is best for professional-level players.
(Feb. 6, 2018)
Aimed at advanced intermediate brass players, Funky Fugue has a Baroque feel with elements of jazz. A great concert piece.
(Jan. 29, 2018)
A challenging but heartfelt piece, written with the hope of inspiring a brighter future for America and the world.
(Jan. 29, 2018)
A beautiful piece composed for the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge (YouTube).
(Jan. 25, 2018)
What every brass quintet needs! An excellent performance by the arranger's ensemble is available on YouTube.
(Jan. 24, 2018)
This lighthearted work includes Summer's Happy Days, Autumn Heartbreak, Winter Frolics, and Spring Dances (YouTube).
(Jan. 23, 2018)
This intense and poetic work was written in 1995 for the brass ensemble of Orchestre Symphonique de Québec (YouTube).
(Jan. 21, 2018)
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)