Tirsi Morir Volea (Brass Septet)
Brass Choir or Ensemble - Advanced Intermediate
Composed by Andrea Gabrieli (1533-1585). Arranged by Mike Lyons. Baroque Period, Christian, Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving. Score, Set of Parts. 30 pages. Published by Lyons Music Services (S0.174277).
Item Number: S0.174277
Transcribed for brass, this is a great, if little aired example of Andrea Gabrieli's polychoral music. It is written for two choirs, one of 4 and one of 3 voices with all the polyphony and 'stereo effects' that would conjour in St Mark's Cathedral in Venice - or any large space. As always, this music transfers onto brass very well indeed. Baroque music like this is always redolent of Christmas, even if the music itself may have been written for other occasions.
A great addition to any programme.
Parts are supplied as follows:
Part 1 in Bb
Part 2 in Bb
Part 3 in Bb, Eb, F
Part 4 in Eb, F
Part 5 in Bb, C (Bass Clef)
Part 6 in Bb, Eb, C (Bass clef)
Part 7 in Bb, Eb, C (Bass clef)
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