Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Brass Choir or Ensemble, Brass Band - Intermediate
Composed by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Arranged by Matt Lax. Baroque Period, Wedding. Score, Set of Parts. 57 pages. Published by Matthew Lax (S0.153561).
Item Number: S0.153561
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba is a must for your brass band library. Arranged for intermediate brass band in a brass-friendly key (C major for Bb instruments, G for Eb instruments), this piece will prove invaluable if your band is ever asked to perform at weddings. It also makes a great filler for standard concert programmes.
Designed for the intermediate band, melody lines are usually doubled as are many harmony parts which makes it usable with reduced forces. There is no percussion in this arrangement which will also suit bands who struggle in this area.
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