The Master’s Brass Quintet Series Volume 3 is a series of 10 Christmas songs designed for the typical brass quintet: Trumpet 1 & 2, Horn, Trombone and Tuba. Additional substitution parts include:Alto Sax (sub for Trumpet 2), Alto Sax (sub for Horn), Trumpet 3 (sub for Horn), Tenor Sax (sub for Trombone), Alto Sax (sub for Trombone), and Baritone Sax (sub for Tuba). Exciting yet playable arrangements for the typical above average high school level musician. Download copies of the scores for free today to decide if the arrangements will work for your group. Just click on any song title and then click PDF Sample Score. All of these arrangements can be heard on the Master’s Brass Quintet Listening CD Vol. 1-3 in the Listening CD section of the catalog.

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  • Angels We Have Heard on High-brass quintet

    Another Christmas carol announcing Christ’s birth. Works great any Sunday in December. Open a service with it and then sing the hymn from the hymnal. Grade 2 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • Deck the Halls-brass quintet

    The studio players said it was a little bit of Burt Bacharach. I don’t know about that. Just a quick, fun and easy arrangement that all can play and enjoy. Grade 2 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • Go Tell It On the Mountain-brass quintet

    I really don’t want to tell you about this one. I’d like it to be a surprise. This is my favorite of all 30 arrangements of the Master’s Brass. Why . . . You’ll ask your brass players to do something that very seldom will you ask them to do. Sing!!! It’s not suppose to […]

  • Hark the Herald Angels Sing-brass quintet

    One of the fanfares in the Christmas series. Strong, bright and majestic. Just like I believe the Angels proclaimed the birth of Messiah. Grade 4 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • Joy to the World-brass quintet

    A lively introduction into this popular Christmas hymn. This would be a great opener for the worship service. Have your brass ensemble perform a concert in the halls of the church during the December Sundays. Grade 3 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • Master’s Brass Quintet Vol. 3 (Christmas)- Complete Set

    The Master’s Brass Quintet Series Volume 3 is a series of 10 Christmas songs designed for the typical brass quintet: Trumpet 1 & 2, Horn, Trombone and Tuba. Additional substitution parts include:Alto Sax (sub for Trumpet 2), Alto Sax (sub for Horn), Trumpet 3 (sub for Horn), Tenor Sax (sub for Trombone), Alto Sax (sub […]

  • O Come, O Come Emmanuel-brass quintet

    When Aaron told me he wanted to arrange this for the series, I was thrilled. Stays in the minor key till the Piccardy at the end. Dark tuba at the beginning, I believe so symbolic of the believers waiting for Messiah to come. Grade 3 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement [Audio […]

  • Silent Night-brass quintet

    Can you imagine that night? As a virgin gives birth to Messiah and hundreds of prophecies are fulfilled. When Mary finally got to sleep that night . . . She slept in heavenly peace. Peaceful and lovingly played, it will work wonderfully as an offertory. Grade 2 Click below to hear a sample of this […]

  • Sing Hosannas-brass quintet

    A Polish Christmas carol. Arranged by Bob Burroughs (well-known and respected in the sacred choral circles). Bob has given us a very classic arrangement of this hymn. This works great for the more liturgical services, but it is a wonderful addition to any service. Grade 3 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement […]

  • The First Noel-brass quintet

    Very mellow arrangement of this Christmas carol. Works best if the trumpet players use flugel horns, but will work just as fine without them. This is another easy-to-play arrangement. Grade 2 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement [Audio clip: view full post to listen]