page one of the Euphonium part from Scottish Folk Songs (for brass quartet and snare drum)

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Full details

18 traditional Scottish tunes for brass quartet. I made these arrangements in a hurry for a Scottish concert of the brass quartet "the music squad". All melodies come through with only a very thin accompaniment. So don’t look for any sophistication in these arrangements. Only seven have a snare drum part (which often can be missed). If you need parts in other keys or clefs, just e-mail me and I will put them on the site. You can also find the parts for a brass quintet. I have adapted the music so quintets can play these songs. Often 2 parts play the same voice, but where this is the case, feel free to let one of the parts rest. The trombone (quintet) part may be a bit challenging.


Composer
trad.
Duration
38 minutes
Genre
Other
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