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Composed by Richard Decker. 20th Century,Standards. 95 pages. Charles Decker Music Press #6050913. Published by Charles Decker Music Press (A0.817156).


Professional journal reviews for Richard Decker's Music for Brass Trio, A Comprehensive Bibliography 

The Horn Call: "Mr. Decker . . . has brought a practical tone to this highly documented and valuable reference book." (Douglas Hill)
Woodwind World – Brass & Percussion  "Highly Recommended" (Jean G. Ressum)
School Music News: "The book is a very worthwhile undertaking and should be in every school and public library" (Harwood Simmons)
International Trombone Journal "The repertoire is extensive and varied, and we can appreciate the author for bringing so much of it to view".(Hugh Magliocco)

This reissue of Music for Brass Trio, A Comprehensive Bibliography has 80 pages listing 544 original and transcribed works for three brass up to 1976 with most of the 544 works cited still available today. Included are 169 works for the Trumpet, Horn, and Trombone trio with detailed performance annotations and 63 works for the Two Trumpets and Trombone trio. An additional 312 original and transcribed works are listed for three heterogeneous brass instruments with keyboard, in chamber ensembles of up to nine performers, and with small orchestra using only three brass. This important brass literature resource was adopted by university libraries and distributed by major music companies including Robert King Music. 

See 50+ homogeneous brass editions for trumpet, horn and trombone ensembles and 75+ mixed brass ensemble publications with Charles Decker Music Press at Sheet Music Plus for inexperienced to advanced musicians with music ranging from the Renaissance to contemporary new works for trios, quartets, quintets, brass choir and brass band. Many of the mixed brass ensemble editions include alternate and substitute parts being alternate C trumpet parts for B-flat trumpet parts, flugelhorn/trumpet substitute for horn, horn substitute for trombone and treble clef euphonium substitute for trombone. To see our Music of Black Composers Series enter “Black Composers Series” in the search box at Charles Decker Music Press for 25 arrangements for mixed brass ensembles ranging from early jazz to symphonic works with composers Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, R. Nathaniel Dett, William Grant Still, Will Marion Cook, James Reese Europe, James Johnson and others.  

Use this link to Cherry Classics Music to see Richard Decker arrangements of Cherubini’s Sonata in F for Solo Horn and Wind Ensemble and Coleridge-Taylor’s Sea Drift for Trombone Octet.

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