page one of the Euphonium Bass Clef part from Film Music Suite (Brass Band)

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Printing after purchase

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Full details

The Film Music Suite was originally written some years ago for one of my school brass ensembles. The music is not taken from any particular film but rather written in the style of various movies throughout the history of cinema. Not that I am interested in film music, just that young pupils seem to enjoy playing this type of work! In this orchestration for brass band I have tried to make the instrumental parts as interesting as possible without becoming too tiring to play. There are 4 movements: Horror, Romance, Comedy & Adventure. As each movement was written to provide contrast with the surrounding movements, I have included them all in one file. Parts for F horns & trombone, baritone, euphonium or tuba parts in bass clef have been added to this site. A "Landscape" version of this score is now available via the link below.


Duration
10 minutes
Genre
Other
Licensing

For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.

Cover art for Euphonium Bass Clef part from Film Music Suite (Brass Band)