The Lost Chord by Arthur Sullivan - BRASS QUINTET
by Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan
Brass Quintet - Digital Sheet Music

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SKU: A0.789759

Composed by Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan. Arranged by Matt Smith. Romantic Period. 18 pages. Matt Smith #2931059. Published by Matt Smith (A0.789759).

The Lost Chord is a song composed by Arthur Sullivan in 1877 at the bedside of his brother Fred during Fred's last illness. The manuscript is dated 13 January 1877; Fred Sullivan died five days later. The lyric was written as a poem by Adelaide Anne Procter called "A Lost Chord," published in 1858 in The English Woman's Journal.

This arrangement for Brass Quintet is a great addition to any concert. It gives the chance to show off the lyrical qualities of the brass family, as well as having a powerful and emotional ending which will satisfy any audience.

Duration: About 5 minutes

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