Three John Dowland Songes for Brass Quartet
by John Dowland
Brass Quartet - Digital Sheet Music

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Brass Ensemble Trombone,Trumpet - Level 4 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.749098

Composed by John Dowland. Arranged by Andy Derrick. Renaissance. Score and parts. 24 pages. Andy Derrick #4727051. Published by Andy Derrick (A0.749098).

These three John Dowland songes were originally written in the Renaissance for choir or voice and lute. The three represented here are:
1. Dear, if you change, I'll never choose again
2. Thinkst thou then by thy feigning
3. Would my conceit that first enforc'd my woe

These are exquisite pieces that have been redesigned for brass quartet (2 trumpets and 2 trombones) and sound wonderful especially in a rich acoustic. Straightforward to play and neither to high nor too low, this is accessible music for advancing young players or a suitable programme item for a more established group.

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