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Three Chorale Preludes

By Johannes Brahms

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Trumpet, Horn in F and Trombone (opt. Baritone) (trumpet, french horn and trombone (baritone horn)) - Grade 3+
Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Arranged by Arthur Frackenpohl. Brass Trio. Score and set of parts. Kendor Music Inc #18415. Published by Kendor Music Inc (KN.18415).

Item Number: KN.18415

Originally written for organ by Brahms in 1896, these chorales showcase the expressive potential of brass trio performance. Tempos are slow-to-moderate, contrapuntal textures beautiful, and ranges reasonable. Playing with good intonation and balance will be essential for best results. Duration 5:40

Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming; O How Blest Are Ye Whose Toils Are Ended; Deck Thyself, Dear Soul.

  • Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming 
  • O How Blest Are Ye Whose Toils Are Ended 
  • Deck thyself, dear soul  
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