• O Come All Ye Faithful – Trombone Quartet

    This thoughtful arrangement will brighten your holiday with style.

    Composer: Bill Reichenbach
    Instrumentation: 3 Tenor Trombones and 1 Bass Trombone
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 2:25 / 9 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: C

    Score & Parts $15.00
    MP3 * From the CD: Carols From The Bells, Trombones-L.A. $0.99
  • O Come, O Come Emmanuel / God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen – Brass Quartet

    Beginning with a unison statement that captures the quiet reverence and expectations of the Advent season, this arrangement skillfully segues into a spirited treatment of God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.

    Please note: the complete audio version ends with Little Drummer Boy which is not included in the printed score and parts.

    Composer: Bill Reichenbach
    Instrumentation: 3 Bb Trumpets, 1 Trombone or Euphonium
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 1:30 / 9 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: Bbm – Fm – Gm (Concert)

    Score & Parts $15.00
    MP3 * From the CD: Carols From The Bells, Trombones-L.A. $0.99
  • O Come, O Come Emmanuel / God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen – Trombone Quartet

    Beginning with a unison statement that captures the quiet reverence and expectations of the Advent season, this arrangement skillfully segues into a spirited treatment of God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.

    Please note: the complete audio version ends with Little Drummer Boy which is not included in the printed score and parts.

    Composer: Bill Reichenbach
    Instrumentation: 3 Tenor Trombones and 1 Bass Trombone
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 1:30 / 9 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: Cm – Gm – Am

    Score & Parts $15.00
    MP3 * From the CD: Carols From The Bells, Trombones-L.A. $0.99
  • O Holy Night – Trombone Choir

    O Holy Night was composed in 1847 by Adolphe Charles Adam, a graduate of the Paris Conservatoire who wrote or co-wrote more than 50 ballets, operas and musical scores. The lyrics to this familiar carol were written by a commissioner of wine who was asked to write a poem for the Christmas Eve service. His poem was titled “Cantique de Noël” and Adolphe Adam was asked to write the music. This carol was the first song ever played over the radio and remains a favorite carol to this day.

    This arrangement is in a soft rock style that will add both contrast and color to your Christmas concerts.

    Composer: Bill Reichenbach
    Instrumentation: 6 Tenor Trombones & 2 Bass Trombones
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 2:40 / 24 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: N/A

    Score & Parts $25.00
    MP3 * From the CD: More Carols From The Bells – Trombones-L.A. $0.99
  • O Little One – Brass Octet

    This beautiful cradle song features Bill Reichenbach’s formidable arranging skills in a very expressive and richly harmonized setting. The origins of this 17th century German carol are lost, but this captivating and musical carol will now be enjoyed by all for many years to come.

    Performers:

    Larry Hall, David Washburn – Trumpet
    Mark Adams, Joe Meyer – Horn
    Alex Iles, Andy Malloy – Trombone
    Bill Reichenbach – Bass Trombone
    Doug Tornquist – Tuba

    Composer: Bill Reichenbach
    Instrumentation: 2 Bb Trumpets, 2 F Horns, 2 Tenor Trombones, Bass Trombone & Tuba
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 3:25 / 15 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: N/A

    Score & Parts $25.00
    MP3 *From the CD: Fiat Lux, The Modern Brass of Los Angeles $0.99
  • O Little One – Brass Quartet

    A not so familiar carol thoughtfully arranged, beginning modestly with a unison statement of the melody and ending with glorious, contemplative harmonies.

    Composer: Bill Reichenbach
    Instrumentation: 3 Bb Trumpets, 1 Trombone or Euphonium
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 1:45 / 7 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: Ab – C (Concert)

    Score & Parts $15.00
    MP3 * From the CD: Carols From The Bells, Trombones-L.A. $0.99
  • O Little One – Trombone Quartet

    A not so familiar carol thoughtfully arranged, beginning modestly with a unison statement of the melody and ending with glorious, contemplative harmonies.

    Composer: Bill Reichenbach
    Instrumentation: 3 Tenor Trombones and 1 Bass Trombone
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 1:45 / 7 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: Bb – D

    Score & Parts $15.00
    MP3 * From the CD: Carols From The Bells, Trombones-L.A. $0.99
  • O Little Town of Bethlehem – Brass Quartet

    Sensitive and straightforward, this is a beautiful addition to your holiday concert.

    No audio is available for this carol.

    Composer: Bill Reichenbach
    Instrumentation: 3 Bb Trumpets, 1 Trombone or Euphonium
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 2:00 / 7 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: C – F (Concert)

    Score & Parts $15.00
  • O Little Town of Bethlehem – Trombone Quartet

    Sensitive and straightforward, this is a beautiful addition to your holiday concert.

    No audio is available for this carol.

    Composer: Bill Reichenbach
    Instrumentation: 3 Tenor Trombones and 1 Bass Trombone
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 2:00 / 7 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: F – Bb

    Score & Parts $15.00
  • Oddball Tomatoe, The

    The Oddball Tomatoe (sic) is based on a short story (with illustrations) written by a friend of the composer's when he was in the 6th grade, titled “The Tomatoe That Chomped Up New York City”. The story is about a hungry little tomato that chomp-chomp-chomps everything from the carrots in the garden to the barn, the house and more before acquiring a taste for metal, which made him a metal tomato. The first sentence was the inspiration for this piece: “Once there was a little oddball tomatoe.”

    He ate cars, a water tower, the city hall and the Empire State Building and became a danger to every city. While walking to California he snatched a plane out of the air and chomped it. The army aimed bombs at him, to no avail. In Los Angeles it started chomping on the power lines as it thought they were spaghetti. Alas, he got shocked to death and fell in the ocean, never to be seen again.

    Only the tuba could possibly become the metal tomato and get that big and calamitous, with lots of chomping grace notes along the way. Only three horns could depict little carrots, large buildings, bombs, New York City, power lines and more.

    The story made the composer smile, and the piece is basically program music that attempts to musically depict this extra-musical story. The story, however, is not essential to the performance of this piece.

    Composer: Anne McGinty
    Instrumentation: Tuba & 3 Horns
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 4:20 / 22 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: N/A

    Score & Parts $21.00