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California Girls

By The Beach Boys

Brass Quintet - Advanced Intermediate
By The Beach Boys. Arranged by arr. R.R.Cardo. Pop, Rock. Score, Set of Parts. 10 pages. Published by Symphony Brass Quintet, U.S.A. Publications (H0.120353-111540).

Item Number: H0.120353-111540

The "American" Beatles, the Beach Boys, like the Beatles translates well for Brass Quintets. Great for Summer and part of our "Pop" series, Note that there is some high register stuff in the 2nd trumpet and in the French Horn.

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  • 2016-06-16 11:56:06.0 Adequate

    A basic transcription of a piano arrangement of this tune. Tuba plays the bass line, and the melody is played as blocked chords by the other 4 instruments. There does not seem to be a need for the the 2nd trumpet to strain to play high Cs and Ds in...

    the first two bars: the arrangement for those 2 bars would work equally as well down the octave.

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