Tantum ergo for 8-part Brass Ensemble and Organ
Brass Ensemble - Digital Sheet Music

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Small Ensemble Organ - Level 4 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.810830

Composed by Saint-Saëns (Saint Saens), Camille. Arranged by Couturier, Jean Louis. Christian,Romantic Period,Sacred,Spiritual. Score and parts. 26 pages. Gordon Cherry #3420113. Published by Gordon Cherry (A0.810830).

Tantum ergo Sacramentum (Therefore so great a Sacrament). Saint Saens wrote two settings of this music, this one being unpublished without an opus number. It is a short liturgical piece he wrote in 1860 while working as a young church organist at L'Eglise da la Madeleine.

The music, originally written for 2 sopranos, alto, organ and optional chorus is very simple in nature with a religious and atmospheric feel to it.

Mr. Couturier has done a wonderful job arranging this 4-minute work for 8-part Brass Ensemble of moderately advanced performers.

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