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No Time To Die - Brass Quintet

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By Billie Eilish

Brass Quintet - Intermediate - Digital Download
By Billie Eilish. Arranged by Reese Blaskowski. Score, Set of Parts. 16 pages. Published by Reese Blaskowski (H0.724783-SC004282702).

Item Number: H0.724783-SC004282702

No Time To Die by Billie Eilish, theme song for the new James Bond movie, arranged for brass quintet.

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    Denver, CO
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  • April 26, 2020 No Time to Die - Quintet

    Fairly straightforward. Not very interesting for tuba, horn and 2nd trumpet. Difficulty for the 1st trumpet in long-tones above the staff towards the end in order to retain the dramatic climax of the piece. I think the arranging could have split some of that between 1st and 2nd trumpet...

    instead of having the 2nd plod along with the supporting actors. Hard to see this as a quality quintet piece - unless you need a 'Bond Theme' kind of thing in your set-list.

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