Seven Christmas Carols for Brass Quartet
Brass Quartet - Early Intermediate - Digital Download
Arranged by Bob Marshall. Christmas. Score, Set of Parts. 37 pages. Published by Snowflower Music (S0.275269).
Item Number: S0.275269
Seven Christmas Carols for Brass Quartet, a collection of popular Christmas carols arranged by Bob Marshall for 2 Trumpets and 2 Trombones (or Baritone). Brass instruments and Christmas just seem to go together and these easy arrangements will be the perfect showcase for your quartet. Carols include: O Come All Ye Faithful, Angels We Have Heard On High, Bring A Torch Jeanette Isabella, Good King Wenceslas, We Three Kings (of Orient Are), Here We Come A Caroling and Good Christian Men Rejoice. A score with parts for each song is included in the collection.
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