Category Archives: New Releases

Phase 1 of the Two-Part Hymn Series Complete

The first phase of the Brass Crest Two-Part Hymn Series is complete with the release of the last twenty tunes, bringing the total number of tunes available to 120. These simple 2-part arrangements are free to download and use.  Read more

One Hundred Tunes Now Available in 2-Part Series

With the release of another twenty arrangements, the Brass Crest Two-Part Hymn Series has reached 100 tunes. These simple two-part arrangements are free to download and use. For more information on the series, click here.  Read more

2-Part Hymn Series - 80 Tunes Now Available

Another ten items have been released in the Brass Crest 2-Part Hymn Series, bringing the total number of tunes available to 80. These are simple arrangements that are free to download and use.  Read more

Christmas Humbug

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Looking for something different and quirky this Christmas? Look no further. A medley of well-known carols from the festive period, but not as expected. This piece takes a musical journey through different styles of music with clever bits of carols thrown in for good measure.  Read more

I Give You My Heart

The latest in a series of recordings from the Melbourne Staff Band featuring vocalist Silvie Paladino.  Read more

Drive

Euphonium soloist Fabian Bloch performs a number of items, including Simon Dobson’s Drive – Euphonium Concerto No. 1.  Read more

Another Ten Tunes in the 2-Part Hymn Series

Another ten tunes have been released in the Brass Crest Two-Part Hymn Series. These are simple two-part arrangements that are free to download (in PDF format) and use. This brings the total number of tunes in the series to seventy.  Read more

Yo! Christmas Tree

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Swing your way into Christmas with this big band style arrangement of the well-loved Christmas carol “O Christmas Tree”.   Read more

The Cradle

A simple new setting of the German traditional carol Ein kindlein in Der Weigen, commonly associated with the English words “We gather ’round the manger bed”.  Read more