Welcome to BRS Music. Take a look and listen to our materials and keep checking with us for future releases. Also visit with us at the Midwest Clinic in Chicago, December 16, 17, and 18.
You are listening to Fanfare to the Stars by Chandler L. Wilson. This is a great opener for your band program. A fast fanfare opening, followed by legato woodwind segment. The recapitulation features an extended build up to the final conclusion of the piece. This could also be used as your concert finale.
Spring time approaches and you need to feature your Seniors. Try some of these items for soloist and band. Listed below are some of our selections for soloist and band.
Escape to Arcadia for band by Chandler L. Wilson features multiple tempos and the use of 12/8 in the quicker sections. Great melodies, excitement, energy are all shown in this composition. A big composition for advanced bands.
The Little Shepherd, Claude Debussy, is an impressive presentation for flute choir. This selection is not difficult but requires great control and nuance.
In the 2015 National Flute Association Newly Published Music Competition the following two BRS Music pieces received mention:
Check out Jimbo's Lullaby for flute choir, a finalist in the NFA competition and for flute solo, A Sprightly Dance by Bruce Tippette, an honorary mention. This solo has great energy and joy.
Christmas is closing in, so consider this new arrangement for Flute Choir and Hand Bells. Merry Christmas from the Flutes and Bells is an energetic piece switching between several Christmas themes. This is a grade 3 level piece so you'll want to order soon to have plenty of rehearsal time.
The Henry Fillmore march Noble Men has been prepared for clarinet choir by Gary Bricault. It includes optional percussion parts.
The Henry Fillmore classic march Noble Men has been prepared for Saxophone Choir by Gary Bricault. “Noble Men”, was composed in 1922 to honor the members of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (A.A.O.N.M.S.) and also commonly known as Shriners.
Julius Fucik’s compostion Florentiner March is now available for saxophone choir.
The Grand Italian March, Opus 214 comes with optional percussion parts. This fine arrangement has been done Gary Bricault.
Dance Episode by Donald Coakley is an energetic piece that is written in the Dorian mode and should be approached in a vigorous and dynamic style throughout. Call and response is heard throughout the piece.
Give at listen to Promenade by R. Christopher Teichler. This begins with a lovely clarinet solo. Great melody throughout. This was performed at the Midwest Clinic.
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