Venite Exultemus Domino for Antiphonal Brass Choir
by Johann Hermann Schein
Brass Band - Digital Sheet Music

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Brass Band Euphonium,Horn,Trombone,Trumpet,Tuba - Level 4 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.817175

Composed by Johann Hermann Schein. Arranged by Richard Decker. Baroque,Early Music,Multicultural,Renaissance,World. 68 pages. Charles Decker Music Press #6662589. Published by Charles Decker Music Press (A0.817175).

Find the antiphonal brass music of Gabrieli exciting?  Then this triple quartet antiphonal setting of Schein’s music will be a welcomed addition to the large ensemble brass choir repertoire. This masterpiece celebrates the glorious  antiphonal style of the early Baroque period and allows for the full-throated spectacular brass ensemble sounds of today.  

A contemporary of Giovanni Gabrieli and Heinrich Schütz, Schein's vocal showpiece translates perfectly to an orchestral brass section and works as an outstanding concert addition for brass ensembles from school groups to professionals. Magnificently scored, this triple antiphonal quartet transcription can be an impressive and memorable showcase for your band or orchestra brass section at your next concert. Alternate C trumpet parts and Horn substitute parts for two of the trombone parts are included. The  recording is of the entire edition.

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. Use this link Music of Black Composers arrangements for Brass Ensembles at Charles Decker Music Press to see works by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, R. Nathaniel Dett, William Grant Still and Florence Price. More brass ensemble arrangements of music by prominent Black composers at Charles Decker Music Press include Will Marion Cook Swing Along!, James Reese Europe Clef Club March, James P. Johnson The Charleston, Fred Stone My Ragtime Baby, Justin Elie Tropical Dance #2, Jose White La Bella Cubana. 

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