Round the Hornpipe for Brass quintet

Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
4 minutes
Modern classical music
Brass quintet
Instrumental parts
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Had a great of fun arranging this! Brass players will understand the comments on the score possibly better than anyone. This piece should be played with a great deal of tongue in cheek and as funny as possible. Hope you enjoy. Feel free to reveiw in a constructive manner.

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