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.
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.
These favorite old duets by Richard Shuebruk have been cleaned up and edited by Andrew Clayden to make them more fluid for modern-day performances. Trumpet/cornet B♭, trombone, or baritone, with piano accompaniment.
This tongue-in-cheek organ music from 19th-century France makes an exciting arrangement for brass. Scored for brass ensemble (trumpet E♭, three trumpets B♭, two horns, three trombones, and tuba).
Two of Mussorgsky’s musical pictures, Near the Southern Shore of the Crimea and On the Southern Shore of the Crimea, arranged for brass quintet (two trumpets, horn, trombone, and tuba) by Joseph Chopp.
Every year, bands search for something new and different for their Christmas concerts. In this comedy item, originally composed for piano duet, the feeling of Christmas is ever-present. The playful melody is passed around the band, including a percussion solo.