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  • Chief and Frank – Trombone Choir

    Scored for five trombones, bass trombone and two trombone soloists, this piece is featured on the album “Bill Reichenbach Quartet, Special Edition.” This 16-track, overdubbed trombone chorale is a showcase for Bill’s varied musical skills and was inspired by two men: Chief is Emory Remington, Bill’s legit trombone teacher at Eastman, and Frank is the late Frank Rosolino, the man Bill considers his “greatest jazz influence.”

    More than two soloists can be used is performance. If only one soloist is available, there is an optional part that combines the solo lines.

    Composer: Bill Reichenbach
    Instrumentation: 5 Trombones, Bass Trombone, 2 Trombone soloists (optional part for 1 soloist)
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 1:37 / 17 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: N/A

    Score & Parts $25.00
  • Chorale: Jesu, meine Freude – Brass Quintet

    With a chorale melody by Johann Crüger and harmonization by Johann Sebastian Bach, this arrangement is a welcome addition to concert programs and church services alike.

    Composer: Mark Questad
    Instrumentation: 2 Bb Trumpets, F Horn, Trombone & Tuba
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 2:00 / 9 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: Dm

    Score & Parts $21.00
  • Die himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes (Schütz) – Brass Quintet

    Heinrich Schütz (1585 – 1672) was a Renaissance composer and is generally considered the most important German composer prior to Johann Sebastian Bach. His compositions show the influence of his teacher, Gabrieli.

    One of the last composers to write in modal style, the text for this piece is from Psalm 19. The title translates to: The heavens are telling the glory of God.

    Originally written for six voices, the piece is ideal for brass quintet and will sound glorious in a church or recital setting.

    Thanks to the Vista Brass Quintet for sending a recording of this piece.

    The Vista Brass Quintet features Emily Lawyer and Tim Winfield – trumpet, Anne Marie Cherry – horn, Charles Lilly – trombone and Todd Eames – bass trombone.

    Composer: Anne McGinty
    Instrumentation: 2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone & Tuba
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 3:45 / 23 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: N/A

    Score & Parts $21.00
  • Die himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes (Schütz) – Flute Choir

    Heinrich Schütz (1585 – 1672) was a Renaissance composer is regarded as the most important German composer prior to Johann Sebastian Bach. His compositions show the influence of his teacher, Gabrieli.

    One of the last composers to write in modal style, the text for this
    piece is from Psalm 19. The title translates to: The heavens are telling the glory of God.

    Originally written for six voices, the piece is ideal for flute choir and will sound glorious in a church or recital setting.

    The Ohio State University Flute Troupe, directed by Katherine Borst Jones, recorded this piece. The full version is available for your listening pleasure under the “Hear an Excerpt” link.

    Composer: Anne McGinty
    Instrumentation: Piccolo, 4 Flutes, Alto Flute & Bass Flute
    Duration/# of Pages: ca. 3:45 / 24 pages, 8.5″ x 11″
    Key: N/A

    Score & Parts $21.00
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