World's Largest Sheet Music Selection

5212086
5212086

The Canadian Brass - 15 Favorite Hymns - Trombone 1

Easy Arrangements for Brass Quartet, Quintet or Sextet

By Larry Moore

http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/the-canadian-brass-15-favorite-hymns-trombone-1-sheet-music/5212086?se=2739

Brass quartet, brass quintet, or brass sextet Trombone I
Easy Arrangements for Brass Quartet, Quintet or Sextet. Arranged by Larry Moore. Hal Leonard Brass Ensemble. Sacred. Performance part. 16 pages. Published by Canadian Brass (HL.50485212).

Item Number: HL.50485212
ISBN 0634065300. Sacred. 9x12 inches.

Ideal hymn accompaniments for festive congregational singing, and for performances by brass alone. Flexible instrumentation, with optional keyboard accompaniment, makes the arrangements adaptable to many situations. There are two versions of each hymn: the standard version found in hymnals in the common key, and a variation verse, with a free and interesting arrangement. There is also a trumpet descant book available separately that matches the arrangements. Songs include: All Creatures of Our God and King * All Glory, Laud and Honor * Blessed Assurance * Christ the Lord Is Risen Today * Come, Ye Thankful People, Come * Crown Him with Many Crowns * Fairest Lord Jesus * and many more.

  • A Mighty Fortress Is Our God 
  • All Glory, Laud and Honor 
  • Holy, Holy, Holy 
  • Christ The Lord Is Risen Today 
  • Come, Ye Thankful People, Come 
  • Fairest Lord Jesus 
  • Crown Him with Many Crowns 
  • God Of Our Fathers 
  • Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah 
  • Lead On, O King Eternal 
  • All Creatures Of Our God And King 
  • Blessed Assurance 
  • For The Beauty Of The Earth 
  • Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee 
  • O God, Our Help In Ages Past 

Buy Together

$7.99

+

$24.99

Buy both for $32.98

AddtoCart Print
19943655
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 2

    Location:
    Midland, MI
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • June 04, 2013 Semi-professional brass quintet

    It should be noted that the Trombone 1 part doubles the French Horn and I would assume that the Trombone 2 doubles the Tuba, so this is really quartet rather than quintet music. This should have been explained in the description of the music. Not very imaginative but at least...

    the arrangments are in the traditional keys of most hymnbooks and work OK for accompanying congregational singing. Nothing very imaginative here. I wouldn't use them for performance by the quintet alone.

    Read More
    8 of 17 people found this review helpful.
    Was this review useful? Yes No