Trombone part from Reikorangi Rag

3 minutes
Ragtime music

This is the brass quintet version of an original rag, written in the Scott Joplin-style for the Kapiti Brass band in New Zealand. It has proven to be a popular piece in concert. The title originates from the band’s rehearsal hall in the lovely little rural community of Reikorangi on the inspirational Kapiti Coast near Wellington.

Traditional rags seem to work well with various types of brass ensembles and I have always found them to be fun to play. The show biz in this rag comes from the interplay between instruments and the many opportunities for dramatic dynamics. If anyone requires parts in Bb treble clef for trombone or bass, or in Eb for tenor horn, send me a note and I will be happy to publish them.

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