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Orchestral transcriptions for brass

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It may take me some time, but I'm certain that I'll try to arrange the whole of Faure's Requiem for band and choir. It is a lovely work and so up-beat! A great opportunity for bands to work with other marvellous amateur groups. [Original]  

Brass band

Saltarello or the finale taken from Felix Mendelsshon’s Italian Symphony.

Wiki quote “The saltarello enjoyed great popularity in the courts of medieval Europe. During the 15th century, the word saltarello became the name of a particular dance step (a double with a hop on the final or initial upbeat), and the name of a meter of music (a fast triple), both of which appear in many choreographed dances.”  [Original]  [In brass]

Brass band with choir

Sir Hubert Parry’s “I was Glad when They said unto me”.

Written for the coronation of King Edward VII in 1902 and later revised. The text of the anthem consists of verses from Psalm 122. The work is brass band with mixed choir.  [Original]  [In brass]

Brass quintet

Taken from Elgar’s Enigma Variations, Nimrod

The name of the variation refers to Nimrod, an Old Testament patriarch described as 'a mighty hunter before the Lord'.  [Original]  [In brass]

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Tivoli Gardens c.1985

The art of the possible.  [Clip 1]  [Clip 2]  [Clip 3]  [Clip 4]  [Clip 5]  [Clip 6]  [Clip 7]