Bb Trumpet II part from WYWO Brass on Tour

page one of the Bb Trumpet II part from WYWO Brass on Tour
This music has been transposed from the original key.

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Full details

This piece (originally written for two trumpets, three horns and a euphonium) was composed and premiered during the visit of the Worcestershire Youth Wind Orchestra to the prestigious Banff International Festival, as a celebration of just what a good time some of the brass players were having. Note the two melodic quotes: ’Rule, Britannia!’ at letter A, and the Canadian national anthem at letter C (cues are provided should the hornist not be in a very patriotic mood…!). I hope you enjoy it - we certainly did! UPDATE: Brass band parts (Horn in Eb, treble clef Trombone in Bb, and treble clef Tuba in Eb) are now also available.

3 minutes

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