Overture on a Spanish March.
Mily Balakirev's lively and melodic overture of about 13 minutes duration. The march in question is the 'Marcha de Granaderos' which later became the National anthem of Spain. I am intentionally making this a tad tricky as a true test, but I do believe it remains playable. [Original]
Saltarello or the finale taken from Felix Mendelsshon’s Italian Symphony.
Wiki quote “The saltarello enjoyed great popularity in the courts of medieval Europe. During the 15th century, the word saltarello became the name of a particular dance step (a double with a hop on the final or initial upbeat), and the name of a meter of music (a fast triple), both of which appear in many choreographed dances.” [Original] [In brass]
Sir Hubert Parry’s “I was Glad when They said unto me”.
Taken from Elgar’s Enigma Variations, Nimrod
To your left you will find just a handful of examples of the brass transcriptions on offer within the PDF library. This includes my current project (work in progress) with a short excerpt playing in the background, now.
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At the bottom left-hand corner are some tempting clips
Tivoli Gardens c.1985