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Fanfare for a New Day (version II) By Kurt J. Ellenberger
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This is the complete parts and score of a fanfare for three B-flat trumpets. It is an advanced piece, requiring strong endurance from all players. It is neotonal, in a style reminiscent of Hindemith... More > or Shostakovich and lasts about 2 minutes. There are two other versions of this piece; one for brass quintet and one for two B-flat piccolo trumpet and one D trumpet. It is a very popular piece with idiomatic and enjoyable figures for all. This bound copy is meant as a "library" copy; owners may photocopy parts and score for personal and educational use as needed. To listen to an excerpt from the quintet version of the piece, click here.< Less
Air and Angels Vocal Score By Ian Assersohn
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A setting of four poems by John Donne scored for baritone solo, SATB choir, brass quintet, timpani and piano.
Nigerian Wedding Dance for Organ Solo By Godwin Sadoh
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The Nigerian Wedding Dance was originally composed for brass quintet and later reduced for piano solo. In this piece, a re-setting of the same tune for organ solo. The principal theme of the... More > Wedding Dance is borrowed from a popular Yoruba wedding song titled, "Awa l'egbe oniyawo" (We are the members of the bride's group). The piece is characterized by scintillating dance rhythms to compel the performer and listeners to dance. The stylistic and harmonic organization reminisce that of a popular West African dance band music called "Highlife." Similar to most African traditional music, the Wedding Dance consists of simplicity and repetition. This piece is most appropriate for the recession of the newly-wedded couple from the church sanctuary.< Less
Nigerian Wedding Dance for Organ Solo By Godwin Sadoh
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The Nigerian Wedding Dance was originally composed for brass quintet and later reduced for piano solo. In this piece, a re-setting of the same tune for organ solo. The principal theme of the... More > Wedding Dance is borrowed from a popular Yoruba wedding song titled, "Awa l'egbe oniyawo" (We are the members of the bride's group). The piece is characterized by scintillating dance rhythms to compel the performer and listeners to dance. The stylistic and harmonic organization reminisce that of a popular West African dance band music called "Highlife." Similar to most African traditional music, the Wedding Dance consists of simplicity and repetition. This piece is most appropriate for the recession of the newly-wedded couple from the church sanctuary.< Less

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