Category Archives: Sheet Music

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

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

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

Two-Part Hymn Series - Another Ten Arrangements

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Ten more arrangements in the Brass Crest 2-Part Hymn Series are now available. This brings the total number of tunes to 50. These arrangements are free to download and use. See the Two-Part Hymn Series page for more information.  Read more

Cordner Releases Five Recent Compositions

Salvationist composer Martin Cordner has made five of his recent compositions available to bands free of charge. In return for the music, he requests that donations be made to the user’s local Salvation Army center.  Read more

Fáilte Salvation Army

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Fáilte is the Irish word for “welcome”. This music was commissioned by Bandmaster John Moore of Belfast Citadel, and was written to commemorate the commencement of the Salvation Army’s work in Ireland.  Read more