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BRASS CHOIR a 7
4 minutes 30 secs - 5 Minutes
2 Cornets, Eb Horn, Trombone (TC) F Tuba + Drum Kit and tubular bells
Extra available parts: F Horns Trombone (BC) Baritone (BC) F Tuba (BC)
A Witch’s Musical Quair is a collection of spooky tunes for junior brass ensemble, drum kit (including a suspended triangle) and tubular bells (Glockenspiel with hard rubber sticks can be used).
Mike Robertson of Carnoustie, Scotland asked for a new piece for his Halloween brass ensemble concert.
Since Scotland’s cultural cauldron bubbles with haunted castles, ghosts and stories like Burns’ Tam O’Shanter and MacBeth, musically it felt appropriate to start at home!
‘A Witch’s Musical Quair’ begins with a solemn Strathspey called ‘Stregata (‘bewitched’ in Italian). A wonky clock strikes 13 followed by a demonic C major chord depicting bright moonlight brays in the darkness. The skeletons rise from their catacombs and march round the grave yard. As the inhabitants of the night return to their tombs, the witch’s black cat dances a celebratory and gleeful waltz.
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