Tuba part from The Fly (SATB, brass quintet, organ)

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Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music

I wrote this in response to the John Armitage Memorial Call for Scores. The specifications were to write for choir, brass quintet and organ or a combination of these instruments. While I was not successful with the submission I enjoyed writing the piece and hope it will get performed one day, somewhere! A piano reduction is available if you prefer - drop me an email.

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