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30 Jazzy Carols for Brass Quartet - CD1

30 Jazzy Christmas Carols for Flexible Brass Quartet CD1 – PDF Format – Just Click, print and play! Just £12.00

Fancy playing something different at this year’s Christmas concert?

Or want to brighten up your carolling???

Well 30 Jazzy Christmas Carols for Flexible Brass Quartet is the answer, the arrangements are jazzy, bright, interesting but still recognisable and at only £12.00 is a great deal..

Arranged for flexible brass format but now with added ‘C’ Instrument parts on lead and second in case you want to make a mixed quartet of instruments.... also sounds just as good with more players...

The collection is in both individual and book formats so really two products in one!

All parts and short score included

Parts are as follows :-

 

Part A: Eb Cornet, Bb Cornet / Bb Trumpet, Trumpet In C (Any C pitch can play this part)

Part B: Bb Cornet / Bb Trumpet, Trumpet In C (Any C pitch can play this part), Eb Horn and French Horn

Part C: Eb horn, French Horn, Baritone/Trombone and Bass Trombone

Part D: Eb Bass, Euph/Bb Bass, Tuba In C and Bass Trombone

Plus Short Score

Music in the collection is as follows :-

 

Angels From the Realms of Glory

Angels we Have Heard on High

As with Gladness Men of SKA

Away in a Manger

Coventry Carol

Deck the Jazzy Halls

Ding Dong Merrily on High

God Rest ye Merry Gentlemen

Good Christian Men Rejoice

Good Swing Wenceslas

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Here we Come A wassiling

Holy and the Ivy

I Saw Three Ships

In the Bleak Mid-Winter

It Came Upon the Midnight Clear

Jazzy Nowell

Jingle Bells

Marys Boy Child

O Come Rag

O Little Town of Bethlehem

Sans Day Carol

Silent Night

Swing to the World

The Virgin Mary had a Baby Boy

Up on the House Top

We Three Swings of Orient Are

We Wish you a Merry Christmas

What Child is this

While Shepherds Watched

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