The Master’s Brass Quintet Series Volume 1 is a series of hymns 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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  • All Creatures Of Our God and King-brass quintet

    An “American” arrangement with an opportunity for the two trumpets to “shine.” Not very technically demanding.  The only challenge would be a little endurance for the trumpets. Grade 3 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • Let Us Break Bread Together-brass quintet

    This arrangement is for the communion service, but it works great anytime.  A beautifully done arrangement that  truly challenges the players to play musically but is still completely accessible to all. Grade 2 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • Master’s Brass Quintet Vol. 1(Hymns) – Complete Set

    This is the sheet music for the complete set of 10 titles as downloads. Order this and download the music today. Songs included are: All Creatures of Our God and King Let Us Break Bread Together My Savior’s Love Nothing But the Blood Oh, For a Thousand Tongues to Sing Old-Time Religion Stand Up, Stand […]

  • My Savior’s Love-brass quintet

    This is my challenging piece of the set.  Purposefully designed to challenge the players, they will have fun with this one.  They will have to count, so they don’t play in the rest, but the tuba player will enjoy it.  The higher notes for the trumpets have cues, but this is the song you should […]

  • Nothing But the Blood-brass quintet

    This is the song designed for a time of decision.  A beautiful arrangement that says with instruments, What can wash away my sin?  Nothing but the blood of Jesus.  For Jesus paid it all.  Sin had left a crimson stain He washed it white as snow.  Yes! NOTHING but the blood of Jesus can wash […]

  • Oh, For a Thousand Tongues to Sing-brass quintet

    The other majestic fanfare arrangement in this set.  Works great as an opening of a service. The opening fanfare returns at the end after a wonderfully unique meddle section.  The fanfare returns at the end but in a lower key, as to keep the intensity but not tax the players. Grade 2 Click below to […]

  • Old-Time Religion-brass quintet

    A fun arrangement of the classic song.  When the Canadian Brass play jazz/gospel, this is the style.  Though this arrangement sounds great, it is not difficult.  It’s accessible to most all players. Grade 1 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus-brass quintet

    A simple, but smooth arrangement of this hymn.  Would work as a prelude, but also anywhere in the service. Grade 1 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • To God Be The Glory

    A majestic fanfare begins this arrangement which would serve wonderfully as a prelude to a service, or as the beginning of the service itself. Accessible to most players. Grade 2 Click below to hear a sample of this arrangement [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

  • We Gather Together-brass quintet

    This arrangement is designed for the Thanksgiving service but is scored in such a moving way that it would work for an offertory all year long.  This is Aaron’s one challenging song.  Not at all for range or technique, but purely for endurance.  It does require some stamina by the trumpets.  Grade 4 Click below […]