The Master’s Brass Quintet Series Volume 6 is a series of 10 Folk 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. 4-6 in the Listening CD section of the catalog.

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  • Amazing Grace-brass quintet

    This is a fun mid-tempo arrangement in 4 of this classic traditional song. Easy to play, it’s plenty of fun! Grade 2 Click below to listen to a demo of this arrangement: [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • Danny Boy-brass quintet

    One of the most recognized Irish folk songs, we HAD to put this in the series! Dottie Rambo used this beautiful melody for her song “He Looked Beyond My Faults.” A beautiful rendition of this classic makes it a must for any brass repertoire. Grade 2 Click below to listen to a demo of this […]

  • Master’s Brass Quintet Vol. 6 (Folk Songs) – Complete Set

    The Master’s Brass Quintet Series Volume 6 is a series of 10 Folk 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 […]

  • Nobody Knows (the Trouble I’ve Seen)-brass quintet

    This popular spiritual is easy to pull together and works great in any playing arena. Grade 2 Click below to listen to a demo of this arrangement: [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • Oh Shenandoah-brass quintet

    A beautiful chorale with hints of Aaron Copland, this traditional American Folk song will be a great addition to any brass ensemble. Grade 2 Click below to listen to a demo of this arrangement: [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • On Jordan’s Stormy Banks-brass quintet

    This lively arrangement has a “Gospel” type feel. A fun arrangement to play, it will be enjoyed by listeners and players alike. Grade 3 Click below to listen to a demo of this arrangement: [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • Poor Wayfaring Stranger-brass quintet

    A classic spiritual, this arrangement captures the text vividly with a wayfaring tuba beginning and ending this classic tune. Grade 3 Click below to listen to a demo of this arrangement: [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • Simple Gifts-brass quintet

    This traditional Shaker melody is one of the most recognized tunes in American history. This arrangement is true to the piece, and builds with great excitement to the end. Grade 3 Click below to listen to a demo of this arrangement: [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • The Water Is Wide-brass quintet

    This traditional American Folk song is also widely known as an alternative tune to the popular hymn “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross.” This beautiful arrangement captures perfectly this well-loved tune. Grade 2 Click below to listen to a demo of this arrangement: [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • When Johnny Comes Marching Home-brass quintet

    This is a powerfully percussive version of this classic military song. An optional piccolo trumpet adds greatly to the feel of this tune. Grade 4 Click below to listen to a demo of this arrangement: [Audio clip: view full post to listen]