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Would you like to perform new and engaging music carefully crafted for your brass ensemble? Here at Music For, we've created over 600 pieces of beautiful sheet music to fit your playing style, ability, and venue.

Band Directors and Teachers: we selected items from our catalog we feel would be interesting for young musicians, and sorted them into difficulty levels from beginner to college. You can find them under "Young Brass."

Church Music Directors: we have a wide range of music available for Christmas and Easter services. You might also be interested in the fanfares, hymns, and brass & organ works under "Specialty Brass."

Our music is 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, or perform at holiday events, corporate functions, church services, or on the concert stage!!

Recent Additions

Mahler Adagietto for Brass Quartet
This excerpt from the exceedingly beautiful 4th movement of Mahler's Symphony No. 5 is suitable for professional-level players (YouTube).
(Mar. 8, 2023)

Fibich Poem for Brass Quintet
This music was originally conceived in Zdenek Fibich's Moods, Impressions and Souvenirs, written from 1890 to 1894. Fibich subsequently used the motive in the orchestral work At Twilight, and it is this version that has been arranged here. Czech violin virtuoso Jan KubelĂ­k later adapted the piece for piano and violin under the title Poem. We are told that the piece is very popular and well known in the Czech Republic, and could be suitable for either funeral or wedding events.
(Mar. 8, 2023)

Fantasia on Christ Arose for Brass Quintet, Timpani and Organ
Do you need Easter music for brass quintet? This is a great option if you have professional-level players. After a mournful opening statement by second trumpet, the piece goes into a fugue for brass quintet alone. The fugue can be cut if needed, making the whole piece about a minute shorter. It's followed by hints of a fanfare, then some beautiful espressivo music traded between brass and organ, and a dramatic Grave measure. A timpani roll leads off a lively Allegro that represents the resurrection. And of course, an epic finale! (YouTube)
(Feb. 23, 2023)

On Yablunska Street for Brass Quintet
We are proud to present this contemporary work by Canadian composer Leila Lustig. According to the composer, the idea for the piece came from a couple of lines read in an online article about the devastation of Russia's invasion of Ukraine: "A resident of Yablunska Street told me that, when he stepped out of his yard on March 8th, he saw a road strewn with bodies and heard music. It was coming from cell phones ringing in the pockets of the dead." (YouTube)
(Feb. 12, 2023)

Sing Joyfully unto God our Strength for Brass Septet
This arrangement of music by William Byrd comes from Cathedral Music (Vol. 2), a collection made by William Boyce in 1768. Byrd was an English composer of the late Renaissance, and according to Boyce: "His works were, in his own time, in great Repute, both at Home and Abroad, and are still held in general Estimation." Instrumentation is two trumpets, two horns (with a substitute trumpet part for horn 1), 2 trombones, and tuba (YouTube).
(Feb. 7, 2023)

Csárdás for Flute, Violin and Trombone
Paganini Caprice No. 17 for Flute, Violin and Trombone
The Stars and Stripes Forever for Flute/Piccolo, Violin and Trombone
Three new arrangements for this unique instrumentation that will give your violin/flute-playing friends a workout! Lots of fun to play (YouTube).
(Feb. 1, 2023)

Danny Boy for Trombone Quartet and Drums
This light-hearted rendition of the classic Irish folk song is sure to strike a satisfying chord in everyone's heart. The melody switches from Lead Trombone to Trombone 2 the second time around, adding some jazz chording to liven up the traditional harmony. Parts are provided in bass clef, plus Bb treble for Trombones 1-3, Bb Bass, and Eb Bass (YouTube).
(Jan. 22, 2023)

Recitativo & Arietta for Horn and Piano
The work begins with a plaintive, unaccompanied melody for the horn in the style of a recitative, then continues as the piano joins in for a simple arietta. According to the composer, Recitativo & Arietta is a reflection on the all too few hours recently spent meeting a colleague in the flesh for the first time, after a good number of years of digital friendship! It means to merge the somewhat divergent musical styles we each pursue (YouTube).
(Jan. 20, 2023)

Gutenachtgeschichte (Bedtime Story) for Unaccompanied Flugelhorn
This solo for flugelhorn should have a relaxed, free-flowing feeling. Pauses may be exaggerated (or not) as the performer feels it will benefit his/her telling of the story. Great for those flugel players looking for a musical story to play for their kids (or grandkids)! (YouTube).
(Jan. 18, 2023)

Pachelbel's Canon for Two Trumpets and Organ
Here's a beautiful adaption of this popular work from the original violin parts. Pachelbel's Canon (Canon in D) is of course well known as a wedding music staple, but it's appropriate for many other occasions as well. Trumpet parts are provided in both C and Bb (YouTube).
(Jan. 16, 2023)

Four Bell Carols for Trombone Quartet
A set of carols including Carol of the Bells (Ukrainian Carol), Jingle Bells, I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day, and Ding Dong! Merrily on High, and suitable for college-level players and above. You'll need a bass trombone on the bottom. Residents of Ukraine: if you can contact us on this page we will send a free copy to you by email (YouTube).
(Dec. 12, 2022)

Rudolph The Red-nosed Reindeer for Trombone Quartet
Available on our partner site, here is another great arrangement of Rudolph for trombone quartet by Robert Fraser, Bass Trombonist of the Victoria Symphony. The lead trombone part is provided in both tenor and bass clef, and you'll need a bass trombone. Check out the original recording by the Pacific Trombone Quartet on their album Bedlam in Bethlehem (first trombone improvises a little lick – see if you can figure it out!). There was also a hilarious recording made last year by the trombonists of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.
(Dec. 6, 2022)

Oh Hanukkah for Brass Quintet
This is a much easier version of the traditional holiday song than the epic Oh Hanukkah with Fugue and Variations we released two weeks ago, written by the same arranger. Playable for high-school level brass players and above, it could even be sight-read on a gig by good musicians (YouTube).
(Dec. 2, 2022)

Rudolph The Red-nosed Reindeer for Brass Quintet
Available on our partner site, your audience will love this arrangement of Rudolph for brass quintet by Evelin Auger, former Principal Trombone of Orchestre Symphonique de Québec. It has been performed many times by the brass players of that orchestra. Trombone requires a plunger mute and has a quick change to open, but getting rid of the mute is part of the fun! (YouTube)
(Dec. 1, 2022)

We Wish You a Merry Christmas for Brass Quintet or Sextet
Here's a fun choice for advanced-level quintets or established ensembles. The arranger provides an option for your lead trumpet player. There are parts for Piccolo Trumpet in A, or the traditional Bb Trumpet. Or if you want to really impress the audience: pull in an extra player and play all six parts, since they all work together! The middle section includes a mash-up between the melody from J.S. Bach's Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring and the Christmas carol (YouTube).
(Nov. 30, 2022)

Frosty the Snowman for Brass Quintet
Available on our partner site, this arrangement for brass quintet of the popular Christmas song brings Frosty to life! It's written for advanced level brass players, with some rehearsal time probably required. A great choice for established ensembles wanting to showcase their jazzy chops on a Christmas concert (YouTube).
(Nov. 28, 2022)

Lo, He Comes With Clouds Descending for Trumpet Duet and Organ
The Advent hymn Lo, He Comes With Clouds Descending is universally admired. This festive arrangement features the chorale played on the organ with dignified and slightly modified harmonies. The two trumpets dance in an imitative descant-like way around the chorale, with the 1st part in particular at a more advanced level. A great processional for Advent Sunday.
(Nov. 22, 2022)

Ukraine National Anthem for Brass Quartet or Quintet
Our arrangement of the Ukraine National Anthem is free for residents of Ukraine! Please contact us on this page and we will send it to you by email (YouTube)
(Nov. 22, 2022)

Ukrainian Carol (Schedryk) for Trombone Choir
Our arrangement of Carol of the Bells is free for residents of Ukraine! Please contact us on this page and we will send it to you by email (YouTube).
(Nov. 19, 2022)

Oh Hanukkah with Fugue and Variations for Brass Quintet and Percussion
Could this be the coolest Oh Hanukkah brass quintet arrangement ever? It will require some rehearsal so is probably best performed by more advanced ensembles, or established amateur groups that don't mind a challenge. Requires a medium hand drum, tambourine, and small cymbal/cymbals (YouTube).
(Nov. 18, 2022)

Four Kingly Carols for Brass Quartet
We liked last week's release of We Three Kings so much that we decided to roll it into a collection of four! The arrangements are fairly basic and could probably be sightread on a gig by good players. Included are We Three Kings of Orient Are, Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus, The Birthday of a King, and Angels from the Realms of Glory (YouTube).
(Nov. 17, 2022)

Christians, Awake! Salute The Happy Morn for Brass Quintet
An American Christmas Medley for Brass Quintet
A Quiet Christmas for Brass Quintet
Christians, Awake! is an English Christmas hymn, while American Christmas Medley is a mashup of Joy to the World, Go Tell It on the Mountain, and Jingle Bells. A Quiet Christmas includes Away in a Manger, Silent Night, and It Came Upon the Midnight Clear, for a more introspective moment in your program (YouTube).
(Nov. 15, 2022)

We Three Kings of Orient Are for Brass Quartet
A short, sweet, and highly sight-readable arrangement for your upcoming Christmas performances! Playable by high school-level musicians and above. F-attachment is not required for the bass trombone part (YouTube).
(Nov. 8, 2022)

Lo, How a Rose E're Blooming for Trombone Quartet
Sometimes the most beautiful music is the simplest! Here is a high school-level arrangement of this popular German carol your audience is sure to love (YouTube).
(Nov. 7, 2022)

Variations on Silent Night for Trumpet and Piano
An especially beautiful rendition of this popular carol! Parts are provided for both Bb and C Trumpet (YouTube).
(Nov. 1, 2022)

Divinum Mysterium for Brass Quintet
Divinum Mysterium for Two Trumpets and Organ
Two arrangements of the sacred Christmas carol Of The Father's Love Begotten. First trumpet needs a good high range.
(Oct. 31, 2022)

Three Trios for Optimists for Brass Trio
You are bound to feel a little better after playing these pieces! Includes Why We Are Here, The Brass Of Buckingham, and Born To Soar (YouTube).
(Sept. 27, 2022)

Schoolyard Suite for Brass Quintet
We recently came across this video of the "Little Brasscals" performing our popular piece for young players by Timothy Marko. Three out of five players have braces, and they did a super job!
(Sept. 22, 2022)

God Save The Queen for Brass Ensemble or Brass Band
Here is the large ensemble version of Tom Camp's rousing arrangement (promised below). Instrumentation is for two trumpets in Bb, flugelhorn (or a third Bb trumpet), horn in F, three trombones, tuba and drum set. There are alternate parts for horn in Eb, trombones 1 and 2 in Bb treble, and Eb bass, in case you have a more traditional brass band ensemble (YouTube).
(Sept. 17, 2022)

A Christmas Wish for Brass Quartet, SATB Choir, Sleigh Bells and Organ
A couple of months ago we saw a forum post asking about Christmas music for brass and choir. There weren't a lot of suggestions, so Brad decided to write something! The vocal range is fine for most church choirs, with words based on a Christmas poem by Dave Dogterom. If you have a Christmas gig for brass quintet, your horn player can take a break and play sleigh bells! (YouTube).
(Sept. 15, 2022)

God Save The Queen for Brass Quintet
We asked arranger Tom Camp if he could whip up something to honour a beloved queen, and he delivered! This might possibly be the most exciting rendition you have ever played. After an introspective intro, the melody is played through twice. You can end it there, or you have the option of continuing on to an extended "tag" ending, eventually to a fortissimo close with juicy high C for first trumpet! Tom is also working on an arrangement for brass band that will soon be available (YouTube).
(Sept. 13, 2022)

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing for Brass Ensemble
O Come, O Come Emmanuel for Brass Ensemble
We have updated two of our popular brass ensemble arrangements, originally released in 2016. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing takes a rousing march approach to the carol (YouTube), while O Come, O Come Emmanuel contrasts four "Hard" and four "Soft" brass instruments (cylindrical and conical bore) to beautiful effect (YouTube).
(Sept. 12, 2022)

Danny Boy (Londonderry Air) for Trombone and Piano
The arranger takes a very nice approach to this popular Irish Folk Song! A great piece for any recital or solo performance. Note that in our sample recording the trombonist is playing along with a computer-generated piano sound. A real pianist would play with some rubato and pedal, making it sound less chunky (YouTube).
(Sept. 12, 2022)

Surprise/Surprise for Brass Quintet
The second movement of Haydn's Symphony No. 94 in G Major is a great example of serious classical music meeting the funny bone. Humor has been added to brass ensemble concerts for over twenty years by groups like the Canadian Brass and Mnozil Brass. You can use this piece to inject some fun into your performance as well! (YouTube)
(Sept. 7, 2022)

Schubert Ave Maria for Brass Quintet
Here's a beautiful arrangement of the popular sacred Christmas music. Trumpets, horn, and trombone all get to play the melody at some point, while tuba lays down the foundation. There is an alternate trombone part to substitute for horn, but it may be too taxing for student players as it is for the most part above the staff (YouTube).
(Sept. 1, 2022)

Gabriola Suite for Brass Quintet
A beautiful piece inspired by life on Canada's west coast! Includes Westerly Wind, Blending Currents, and Starfish Dance (YouTube).
(Aug. 29, 2022)

Just a Closer Walk with Thee for Brass Quintet and Drum Set
Just a Closer Walk with Thee is a traditional gospel song and jazz standard that has been performed and recorded by many artists. Performed as either an instrumental or vocal, "A Closer Walk" is perhaps the most frequently played number in the hymn and dirge section of traditional New Orleans jazz funerals. The title and lyrics of the song allude to the Biblical passage from 2 Corinthians 5:7 which states, "We walk by faith, not by sight" and James 4:8, "Come near to God and He will come near to you." (Wikipedia) This superfun arrangement is sure to be a hit at any brass performance! (YouTube).
(Aug. 19, 2022)

The Lord's Prayer for Trombone Octet
The Lord's Prayer for Trombone Quartet
Here are two lovely arrangements of this popular setting of the biblical Lord's Prayer, composed by Albert Hay Malotte in 1935, and recorded by many notable singers (YouTube).
(Aug. 17, 2022)

Romance for Bass Instrument and Piano
Enjoy our new, full-length recording of this beautiful and expressive work performed on trombone, courtesy of the composer! (YouTube)
(Aug. 12, 2022)

Prelude and Fugue for Brass Quintet
This approachable arrangement of organ music by August Wilhelm Bach (not related to J.S. Bach) is not too taxing in terms of range or technique. Trumpet 1 has some long phrases and will need to grab a few quick breaths. Trumpet parts are provided in Bb and C (YouTube).
(July 20, 2022)

Building the Embouchure – Book 1 (Major Keys) for Tuba
Building the Embouchure – Book 2 (Minor Keys) for Tuba
Here are 12 exercises in all keys for developing those individual aspects of playing we all need: attacks, legato, octaves, register, control and embouchure. You can choose to start on any one exercise, and/or draw up a customized daily sequence according to your needs. These exercises can constitute a daily routine aimed at training, developing and maintaining your embouchure. They will be useful for high school or college level students looking to improve, or advanced professionals seeking a real workout!
(July 12, 2022)

Two Wedding Pieces for Various Brass Duets
Here's a handy set of arrangements for wedding season. Included are the Bridal Chorus by Richard Wagner, and Felix Mendelssohn's Wedding March. The pdf download contains six combinations for each piece, including trumpet (Bb) and horn (F), trumpet (Bb) and trombone, two trumpets (Bb), two horns (F), two trombones, and two tubas (YouTube).
(July 7, 2022)

The Elephant for Flute, Violin and Trombone
Pachebel's Canon for Flute, Violin and Trombone
Galop from William Tell Overture for Flute, Violin and Trombone
Three more releases in this series of arrangements – great for summer gigs or kids concerts! Here is a sample video of The Elephant from The Carnival of the Animals.
(July 5, 2022)

Pyrenean Carol Suite for Brass Quintet with Optional Percussion
Here is an amazing suite of music for professional-level quintets, from the mountains of the Pyrenees and the lands adjoining them. We are posting this music early so you can start working on it! It's definitely worth the challenges. Included are Nadal Tindaire (Jingling Christmas), Gabriel's Message (Flugelhorn Solo), El Noi de la Mare (Euphonium Solo), Paure Satan (Tuba Solo), and Fum, Fum, Fum! (YouTube).
(June 28, 2022)

Prelude from Te Deum for Brass Quartet and Organ
An arrangement of the Prelude (Marche en rondeau) to Marc-Antoine Charpentier's popular Te Deum H.146, composed between 1688 and 1698. It will work well as a processional or recessional for graduations or church functions. The arranger inserted chord symbols in case the organist doesn't care for the voicing. Instrumentation is two trumpets in Bb, two trombones, organ (YouTube).
(June 22, 2022)

Seasons Suite for Brass Trio
Composed in 2022, this piece makes a lovely addition to the brass trio repertoire. The instrumentation is flugelhorn, horn, and trombone. There are four movements available separately or all together: Song of Spring, Summer is Gone, Autumn Fires, and Winter Streams (YouTube).
(June 22, 2022)

Vaughan Williams Tuba Concerto for Solo Tuba and Brass Quintet
Here is an excellent performance on YouTube of the arrangement we posted last year (only available to certain countries due to copyright rules).
(June 22, 2022)

Three Excerpts from Carmen for Brass Quintet
March of the Toreadors, La fleur que tu m'avais jetée, and Habanera are included in this professional-level arrangement, which features a beautiful trombone solo in La fleur. You might want F Tuba on the bottom.
(June 21, 2022)

America the Beautiful with Taps for Brass Quintet and Bugle
This unique arrangement of America The Beautiful features a part for solo bugler, who plays the military bugle call Taps. The emotional and dramatic effect created by combining these two iconic tunes is compelling. This arrangement is ideal for patriotic occasions where Taps is appropriate, including Memorial Day. Bugle parts are included in Bb and G.
(June 21, 2022)

Quartetto Variegato for Trombone Quartet
Enjoy our brand new, full-length recording of this beautiful work, courtesy of the composer!
(May 27, 2022)

Beethoven Symphony No. 5 (Mvt. 1) for Flute, Violin and Trombone
Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 for Flute, Violin and Trombone
Flight of the Bumble-Bee for Flute, Violin and Trombone
Hornpipe for Flute, Violin and Trombone
Are you looking for some fun summer gig music for an unusual combination of instruments? These arrangements have been performed many times, and they really work! They may also be useful for young-people's concerts. (YouTube)
(May 26, 2022)

"EZ" Brass Easter for Brass Quartet
Four arrangements of some common Easter tunes for two trumpets, horn (or trombone), and trombone: How Great Thou Art, Blessed Assurance, Diademata, and Christ the Lord is Ris'n Today. They should be compatible with most common hymnals. Each comes with a couple of bars rest at the beginning for keyboard intros, and optional repeats are included for the verses. (YouTube)
(Mar. 21, 2022)

Don't Fret It for Violin and Trombone
Don't Fret It starts with a swing section that could be played from memory while walking on stage, then transitions into a rather virtuosic dance. The dance ends with a bang, but is immediately followed by a section of creepy "dark forest" music. The piece ultimately ends with some peace and tranquility, achieved with double stop harmonies from the violin. In a couple of places the trombone must simultaneously play the role of downbeat and offbeat, and it ascends at one point to high B. You will need an F attachment. (YouTube)
(Mar. 21, 2022)

Fanfare on The Strife Is O'er for Brass Quintet, Organ, and Timpani/Cymbals
The Strife is O'er, the Battle Done is a hymn traditionally sung at Easter. The composer has rearranged our popular brass quartet version of this piece for brass quintet. We believe we've made the best page turns possible in the 16 page organ score, but also provide a separate organ part you can play from, in case that works better. You will likely need professional musicians as the range gets a bit taxing for student players in the closing fanfare. (YouTube)
(Mar. 13, 2022)

Christ the Lord is Risen Today for Brass Quintet
We now have two great brass quintet arrangements of this popular Easter carol. Our original arrangement by Ken Young is in a beautiful, contemporary style. This new arrangement by Clark Cothern is more traditional, although it has a few clever surprises nonetheless! Both versions have been tested in performance. (YouTube)
(Mar. 8, 2022)

Feierlicher Einzug (Solemn Entry) for Large Brass Ensemble
A beautiful new edition of Richard Strauss' magnificent music for brass, scored for twelve trumpets (Eb), three solo trumpets (Eb), four horns (Eb), three trombones, bass trombone, two tubas, and timpani. The instrumentation is so large for this ensemble that it perhaps doesn't get played much in its original form. We are currently working on a transcription for smaller brass ensemble. (YouTube)
(Feb. 28, 2022)

A Far-flung Corner of the Galaxy for Brass Quintet
Here's a new piece that will be fun to play or listen to. All instruments need straight mutes, and the trumpets also need cups. Range is generally moderate except for a few high notes here and there, especially at the end for Trumpet 1. The tuba solo will give your performer a fingering workout. From the composer: "I wanted to write something modal, which I'd never done before, and thought brass quintet would be a good ensemble for it. The piece ended up sounding a bit like Vaughan Williams, especially the tuba solo part!" (YouTube)
(Feb. 17, 2022)

St. Theodulph for Two Trumpets and Organ
An arrangement of the chorale melody by Melchior Teschner, associated with hymns for Palm Sunday and Advent. St. Theodulph is also known as All Glory, Laud, and Honor.
(Feb. 16, 2022)

Now Thank We All Our God for Brass Quintet (YouTube)
We Gather Together for Brass Trio
Christ The Lord Is Risen Today for Two Trumpets and Organ
Old Hundredth for Two Trumpets and Organ
Some majestic, new hymn music for brass added today, thanks to New Zealand composer Nigel Williams.
(Feb. 14, 2022)

O Sacred Head for Trombone Choir and Percussion
This powerful arrangement of the traditional tune was originally composed for brass band, and has now been adapted for use with trombone choir. The three percussion parts include snare drum, cymbal, bass drum, glockenspiel and timpani. The arranger indicates that a single percussionist could cover enough in this arrangement by playing timpani at the beginning and switching to snare/cymbal before the last section. (YouTube)
(Feb. 9, 2022)

The Lord's Prayer for Brass Quintet
Here's a wonderful arrangement of the popular setting of the biblical Lord's Prayer, composed by Albert Hay Malotte in 1935, and recorded by many notable singers. Mr. Cothern provides two versions: 1. The arrangement in Bb features a beautiful, soaring melody doubled by horn and trumpet. It requires the horn to ascend to written high C, which may be out of reach for some players; 2. The arrangement in F has been reworked a fourth down from the above. It features the same majestic lines, and may be more approachable for some ensembles. You receive both versions with the purchase of this arrangement. (YouTube)
(Feb. 8, 2022)

Fanfare For Our Children's Children for Brass Quintet
A warmhearted fanfare, with beautiful harmonies. Your audience will love it! (YouTube)
(Feb. 4, 2022)

Achieved is the Glorious Work for Brass Quintet
Here is the popular music from Haydn's magnificent oratorio The Creation, arranged for high-school level brass ensembles. This edition is transposed from the original key of Bb down to F, making it more approachable for younger players. All instruments get to play the melody at some point. There is an additional trombone part to substitute for horn if desired. (YouTube)
(Feb. 3, 2022)

Forty Days and Forty Nights for Flexible Brass Trio
A set of variations on the great Lent chorale melody HEINLEIN, which is sung to the text Forty Days and Forty Nights by many congregations throughout the world. This arrangement enables all three instruments to both lead and accompany, and the flexible score enables either two trumpets and trombone, or trumpet, horn and trombone. (YouTube)
(Feb. 1, 2022)

Speer Sonata for Four Trombones
The Sonata from Speer's Recens fabricatus labor of 1685 is a piece often performed by university or professional ensembles (Trombone 1 is in alto clef). A composer of the Baroque period, Daniel Speer wrote music for trombones (sackbuts), cornetti and basso continuo, helping to popularize the trombone during that era in music.
(Jan. 18, 2022)

Come, ye Sons of Art for Brass, Timpani, Chorus, Soloists, Keyboard
Come, ye Sons of Art was written by Henry Purcell in 1694 for the birthday of Queen Mary II of England. Originally scored for recorders, oboes, trumpets, timpani, strings, and basso continuo, it makes a fine arrangement for modern brass, which have a more powerful sound than early instruments typically provide. Includes Sinfonia, Come ye Sons of Art, Sound the Trumpet, Come ye Sons of Art (Interlude), Strike the Viol and Ritornello, The Day That Such a Blessing Gave, Bid the Virtues, These are the Sacred Charms, and See Nature Rejoicing. The Countertenor solos can be sung by Contralto or Mezzo-soprano voices, if you don't have the high male singers on hand! (YouTube)
(Jan. 4, 2022)

Storm and Prayer for Ten Trombones
Here's an arrangement for trombone choir of music from Beethoven's Symphony No. 6. The entire storm movement is included, then it jumps to the closing chorales of the symphony. The two bass trombone parts look really hard, but the sixteenth note rips are really just sound effects. You don't have to get them exactly right for the arrangement to work. Trombones 1 and 2 have to wait until the loud entrance about 2:40 in - just like in the original! Alto trombone is recommended for Trombone 1. (YouTube)
(Dec. 13, 2021)

The Saints for Brass Quintet
Does your quintet need a new version of When the Saints Go Marching In? This is a good one! Trumpet 1 has a written out jazz solo, with a repeat and chords for improvisation. (YouTube)
(Dec. 3, 2021)

Telemann Sonata for Trombone/Euphonium and Piano
Telemann Sonata for Bass Trombone and Piano
Telemann Sonata for Eb or F Tuba and Piano
Telemann Sonata for Contrabass Tuba and Piano
Telemann's Sonata in F Minor (originally written for bassoon) is often used as a recital or competition piece. These new versions are very well-edited by Italian tuba soloist Angelo Piazzini.
(Nov. 29, 2021)

Four By Four for Trombone or Euphonium and Piano
A new piece great for recitals or concert performances! Range is from low E to high B, with an optional high D in the last bar. Parts are provided in bass clef or Bb treble. Euphonium players: you can of course omit the glissandi! (YouTube)
(Nov. 19, 2021)

12 Duets for Alto and Tenor Trombone
A great set of contemporary pieces for practicing your alto playing with a friend! Includes Carefree, Seriousness, Happy Times, Musings, Covert Cloverleaf, The Slippery Shuffle, Reading the Runes, Lesson from Antiquity, Harmonious Deceptions, Power Wagon, Wholesome Scales...and Others, and Autumn Promenade.
(Nov. 17, 2021)

Renaissance Album for Trombone Trio
This comprehensive collection includes music by Holborne, Gastoldi, Arcadelt, Gabrieli, Dowland, Hassler, Encina, Farmer, Morley, and Praetorius – a veritable who's who of the Renaissance! First and second trombone are in tenor clef.
(Nov. 17, 2021)

In The Mix, Volume 1 for Trumpet in Bb and Piano/Backing Tracks
In The Mix, Volume 1 for Cornet in Bb and Piano/Backing Tracks
In The Mix, Volume 1 for Horn in F and Piano/Backing Tracks
In The Mix, Volume 1 for Tenor Horn in Eb and Piano/Backing Tracks
In The Mix, Volume 1 for Trombone and Piano/Backing Tracks
In The Mix, Volume 1 for Euphonium/Baritone and Piano/Backing Tracks
In The Mix, Volume 1 for Tuba and Piano/Backing Tracks
What a great Christmas present for that young brass player in the family! Your budding musician will love playing along with the excellent backing tracks, or with a pianist for live performance. Written by Nick Squires (the cellist whose Bach in the Rain video went viral, with over 50 million views on various platforms), In The Mix includes 10 super-fun pieces: A Brief History of Music, Warrior, G-Funk, Nightmare, Setting Sun, Long Road Home, You Tuber (Like My Page), I Feel It Coming, Dovregubben (Retro Gamer), and Y.O.L.O. (You Only Live Once). Your download comes with backing tracks in mp3 format: check out this YouTube video for a short sample of each one!
(Nov. 8, 2021)

Stücke für Posaune und Klavier
We now have a great, full-length recording of this challenging, contemporary piece for trombone and piano. Have a listen if you like!
(Oct. 28, 2021)

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing for Two Trumpets and Organ
Both trumpet parts are high, but playable by more advanced players. The melodic organ pedal part creates a brass trio type of arrangement. The organist could use a pedal reed stop such as trumpet or trombone.
(Oct. 28, 2021)

The Friendly Beasts for Brass Quintet
A Fairly Quiet Night for Brass Quintet
Two new pieces from one of our prolific arrangers: first a very pretty traditional English Christmas carol, then a version of Silent Night in slow Gospel style.
(Oct. 27, 2021)

Angels We Have Heard On High for Brass Quartet
This new arrangement of the popular carol includes some sweet harmony (ala Vincent Guaraldi) and 7/8 time, just to keep it interesting!
(Oct. 25, 2021)

Lovers' Song for Trumpet and Harp
Here's a "lovely" new piece by composer Joseph Patrick Anthony, which could make a nice present for that special someone! (YouTube)
(Oct. 20, 2021)

In the Bleak Midwinter for Brass Octet with Optional Drum Set
In the Bleak Midwinter for Brass Quartet
Two lovely, new settings of this popular Christmas carol, originally composed by Gustav Holst.
(Oct. 19, 2021)

O Come All Ye Faithful for Brass Octet with Optional Drums
The arranger employs some clashing harmonies in this one – and it's pretty sweet!
(Oct. 16, 2021)

Happy Birthday for Brass Quintet
You can't have too many Happy Birthdays! This latest addition to our growing collection is a novelty theme and variations that features several melodies from the classical musical repertoire. You can challenge your audience to "name that tune" – a great way to celebrate someone's special day!
(Oct. 15, 2021)

A Duet A Day for Trumpet and Trombone
Are you looking for a nice Christmas present for that young brass player in the family? Here are some fun duets, intended for kids with 3 years of playing experience. Includes Lazy Sunday, Monday Blues, Triplet Tuesday, Off Beat Wednesday, Rockin' Thursday, Fanfare Friday, and Saturday Hoedown! (YouTube)
(Oct. 14, 2021)

Lo How A Rose for Brass Quintet
Here is a beautiful rendition of Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming, the popular 15th Century German carol also known as Es ist ein Ros entsprungen. (YouTube)
(Oct. 13, 2021)

Veni Emmanuel for Brass Quintet
This version of O Come, O Come, Emmanuel features beautiful lines for all players, and a powerful ending.
(Oct. 1, 2021)

O Little Town of Bethlehem for Brass Octet with Optional Drum Set
This arrangement is gorgeous!
(Sept. 28, 2021)

World Christmas Music Book for Trombone Quartet
Spice up your holiday performances with this collection of Christmas music from around the world! The pieces are all from religious traditions of Christmas, and appropriate for church or concert settings. Included are Tutaina (Latin American Villancico), O, Bento Airoso, Mysterio Divino (Traditional Portugese), Sister Mary Had-a But One Child (African American Spiritual), Entre Le Boeuf et L'ane Gris (Traditional French 13th Century), Jul, Jul, Stralande Jul (Swedish Christmas Song), Carol of the Russian Children (Russian Folk Song), and Betelehemu (Traditional Nigerian Olatunji/Whalum), along with a sampling of lyrics for each to aid in musical interpretation.
(Sept. 27, 2021)

Carol Sing-a-Long for Brass Ensemble and Voices
Here's a sing-a-long your audience or congregation will love! It has almost the same instrumentation as the John Rutter Gloria, except a horn rather than one trombone, and the addition of organ. We've provided a substitute trombone part for the horn, so if you are performing Gloria in a church setting with organ: you can do this too! The arrangement includes Joy To The World, God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, and O Come, All Ye Faithful, and comes with a vocal part you can pass around to the singers. (YouTube)
(Sept. 24, 2021)

Nativity – Huron Carol for 5-Part Brass Ensemble with Taiko Drums
A beautiful arrangement of this Canadian Christmas hymn!
(Sept. 22, 2021)

The Gentlemen of Christmas for Low Brass Ensemble and Drum Set
Your audience will love this fun arrangement that opens with a Sing, Sing, Sing style drum solo, proceeds into a heavy swing version of God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, then slows down for a misterioso finale – perfect for low brass!
(Sept. 21, 2021)

Chanukah Brass Quintet for Brass Quintet
Celebrate the festival of lights with this compilation of Jewish tunes that includes Maoz Tzur, Oseh Shalom, Svivon, Mi Yamaiel, and My Dreydl.
(Sept. 20, 2021)

Christmas/Hanukkah Fantasy for Brass Quintet
This mashup of traditional holiday favorites covers a lot of bases!
(Sept. 20, 2021)

Angels We Have Heard on High for Brass Octet with Optional Percussion
A carol favorite, re-imagined as a beautiful and stirring march for brass! (YouTube)
(Sept. 14, 2021)

Ein Prosit for Brass Trio
The classic Munich Oktoberfest drinking song! The melody is shared between trumpet and trombone, with the tuba providing the Oompah accompaniment. Oans, zwoa, drei, Gsuffa!
(Sept. 14, 2021)

Gaudete for Trombone Quartet
The arranger did a lot of research before coming up with this rocking arrangement of a Medieval Carol! It uses C sharp accidentals as in the original manuscripts, while many of the choral, brass and woodwind arrangements currently available do not.
(Sept. 10, 2021)

A Christmas Carol Fantasy for Brass Quintet
This set of popular carols, arranged in a variety of styles and textures, will engage the audience as they work to identify them. You can make it a quiz for maximum participation! The first of many excellent, new Christmas arrangements we will release this year.
(Sept. 8, 2021)

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