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Trumpet Pieces: Brass Quintets

Instrumental Solo Part and CD. Published by Music Minus One (MO.MMOCD3827).

Item Number: MO.MMOCD3827

ISBN 159615442X.

This great collection of brass pieces are presented to you here by The New York Brass Quintet: Robert Nagel (first trumpet), Allan Dean (second trumpet), John Swallow (trombone), Paul Ingraham (french horn), and Thompson Hanks (tuba). The selection on this album are encore pieces, which have met with great success wherever the Quintet has performed. We have added a percussion part to further enhance the bright, contemporary sound. Here are opportunities for bold crescendos and decrescendos as in 'Impressions of a Parade,' Latin rhythms, blues, folk materials and marches; special effects such as in 'Camptown Races' and serious works by Alec Wilber and Jack End; a program which is a veritable bag of tricks for the brass player. So break out your horn and join us - welcome to the group!

Includes a high-quality printed solo part and a compact disc containing a complete performance with soloist; then a second version with the accompaniment, minus you, the soloist.

For related items see the following item numbers: MMOCD3522, MMOCD3927, MMOCD4701

  • Popular Suite: 1. Lazy Blues  Performed by Leonard Lebow
  • Popular Suite: 2. Boogie Brasses  Performed by Leonard Lebow
  • Popular Suite: 3. Mambo for Five  Performed by Leonard Lebow
  • Popular Suite: 4. Brass Bop  Performed by Leonard Lebow
  • Three Salutations  Performed by Jack End
  • Brass Quintet No. 2  Performed by Alec Wilder
  • Little Brown Jug  Performed by Eastburn / Glenn Miller (arr. Rosenthal)
  • This Old Man (march) 
  • A Day at the Camptown Races  Performed by David Uber
  • Beachcomber's Dance  Performed by David Uber
  • Tijuana Brass (medley: Spanish Flea/Tijuana Taxi)  Performed by Julius Wechter; Ervan Coleman (arr. Herb Alpert)
  • Impressions of a Parade  Performed by Samuel Baron
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Kalispell, MT
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  • June 03, 2013 Fun

    Good pieces, great recording, lots of fun to play. Good for learning various styles. Lots of variety. This would be a good fun book for someone who is starting Rubank Advanced vol 1 or getting deeper into Arban's. This music book helps me remember that playing "musically" is the...

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  • 4

    Stockholm Sweden
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  • December 13, 2007 Fun to play?

    Seems to be fun to play and perform. A lot to work on concerning the style. Sonny B Espling

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