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Play Along with The Canadian Brass (15 Intermediate Pieces) -Brass Quintet Music

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Play Along with The Canadian Brass (15 Intermediate Pieces) -Brass Quintet Music

Here's your chance to Play Along with The Canadian Brass. By The Canadian Brass. Play Along Book with online audio access. 16 pages. Published by Canadian Brass.

Play Along with The Canadian Brass - Trumpet I. (15 Intermediate Pieces). By The Canadian Brass. For Trumpet. Brass Ensemble. Classical and Play Along. Difficulty: medium to medium-difficult. Performance part and access to online accompaniment. Standard notation. 16 pages.


  • Trumpet Voluntary Composed by John Stanley
  • Grand March From Aida Composed by Giuseppe Verdi
  • Pilgrims' Chorus From Tannhauser Composed by Richard Wagner
  • Amazing Grace Traditional
  • Canon Composed by Johann Pachelbel
  • Andante From Trumpet Concerto Composed by Franz Joseph Haydn
  • Prayer From Hansel And Gretel Composed by Engelbert Humperdinck
  • Three Spirituals Go Down Moses; My Lord, What A Mornin'; Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho
  • Three Elizbethan Madrigals My Bonny Lass, She Smileth Composed By Thomas Morley; Come Again, Sweet Love Composed By John Dowland; Now Is The Month Of Maying Composed By Thomas Morley
  • Rondeau Composed by Jean-joseph Mouret
  • Where E'er You Walk Composed by George Frideric Handel

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  • 4
    15 Intermediate Pieces

    Posted by Chris Connelly on 7th Jun 2021

    I ordered the 1st Trumpet and it often doesn't carry the melody. Not as suitable for a trumpet solo with accompaniment as I was expecting. Still it's good to play with a group and fit in with your supporting part. Not sure why they lowered the key on the 2nd movement of the Haydn Trumpet concerto. The original key is still "intermediate."

  • 5
    Great addition to our repertoire

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Feb 2016

    Great value. Good selection of tunes with a broad interest. The play along CD is an advantage for musicians with limited group rehearsal time.
    Edisto Brass