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The Canadian Brass Book of Beginning Quintets

The Canadian Brass Book of Beginning Quintets - 2nd Trumpet (Trumpet)

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$12.50

Description:

Contents: A La Claire Fontaine • Amazing Grace • Battle Hymn of the Republic • Chorale • Crimond • Echo Carol • Fanfare for a Maple Leaf • Kelligrew's Soiree • Music from the Royal Fireworks • Ode to Joy • Processional • Saint Anthony • Sanctus • Steal Away • Tudor Motet • Westminster Abbey.

Song List:

  • A La Claire Fontaine
  • Amazing Grace John Newton Traditional American Melody Edwin O. Excell
  • Battle Hymn Of The Republic Julia Ward Howe William Steffe
  • Chorale Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Crimond Irvine
  • Echo Carol
  • Fanfare For A Maple Leaf
  • Kelligrew's Soiree Canadian
  • Music From The Royal Fireworks George Frideric Handel
  • Ode To Joy Henry Van Dyke Ludwig Beethoven
  • Processional Williams L
  • Saint Anthony Haydn
  • Sanctus Franz Schubert
  • Steal Away Osbourne/Robert John Osbourne Robert Daisley
  • Tudor Motet Tye
  • Westminster Abbey Purcell

Additional Information:

Publisher: Canadian Brass (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 50396790
Northwest Product Number: 107-0203-20-002

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