Horn in F, Brass Quintet - Advanced
Composed by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893). Arranged by John R Horigan. Romantic Period. Individual Part. 8 pages. Published by John R Horigan (S0.17104).
Item Number: S0.17104
This is the French Horn in F part to a brass quintet version of the 1812 Overture, in its entirety. Some rhythms have been changed out of practicality, especially when transcribing string parts for brass, but this arrangement has not been altered much from the original, and will not sound watered down in any way. It is possible to play with mid to upper level amateur players, or most professional groups. Sorry for splitting it into separate parts, but this platform does not allow me to group them, and there are far too many pages to have it be one big file.
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