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The Trumpet Shall Sound

By George Frideric Handel

Organ, brass quintet, timpani - Moderately Easy to Medium
Composed by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Arranged by Hal H. Hopson. Year C: Easter Sunday. Easter Sunday, Easter. Score and reproducible parts. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.20-450).

Item Number: MN.20-450

Easter Sunday, Easter.

An instrumental version of the well-known bass Air from Handels Messiah. A much welcomed edition for the brass repertoire. Includes reproducible parts for Trumpets I and II in B-flat and C, Trombones I and II, Tuba, Timpani, and Horn in F as substitute for Trombone I.
This product may also be downloaded. (Item file_20-450-E)

**This recording is a digital simulation.

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  • April 17, 2009 Good Sounding and Easy To Play

    This version could be played by most any player who has average skills. College level brass players or even advanced high school players could handle the brass parts. The organ part is very easy and could be played without pedals. Nevertheless, the overall effect sounds accomplished and the arrangement remains...

    true to Handel's style. I had my choir director conduct the piece in order to keep us together. Performance time is about 3 minutes.

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