William Montgomery | A Dream (for Brass Quintet)


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🎺 Presenting “A Dream” 🌟, a brass quintet arrangement paying homage to the Scottish composer William Augustus Montgomery. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 This musical masterpiece, tailored for 2 Trumpets, French Horn, Trombone, and Tuba, radiates elegance and nostalgia, perfect for various occasions.

🎼 Included Parts:

  • Part 1: 🎺 Trumpet / Cornet / Flugel in Bb, Trumpet in C

  • Part 2: 🎺 Trumpet / Cornet / Flugel in Bb, Trumpet in C

  • Part 3: 📯 French Horn, Tenor Horn, Trombone / Euphonium / Baritone (B.C.), Trombone / Euphonium / Baritone (T.C.)

  • Part 4: 📯 Trombone / Euphonium / Baritone (B.C.), Trombone / Euphonium / Baritone (T.C.)

  • Part 5: 🎶 Tuba, Eb Bass (T.C.), and Bb Bass (T.C.)

🌟 With an intermediate level of difficulty, “A Dream” offers an accessible yet engaging musical experience for brass quintets. The arrangement skillfully captures Montgomery’s essence, allowing each instrument to shine in harmonious balance.

🏛️ Designed to set a captivating tone, “A Dream” is a flawless choice for introductory voluntaries in church services, concerts, and recitals. Its emotive melodies and carefully woven harmonies transport listeners into a world of tranquility and reflection from the very first note.

📚 Beyond performances, this arrangement holds educational value, serving as an excellent resource for music instruction. Whether you’re an established ensemble enriching your repertoire or an educational institution providing students with an engaging musical experience, “A Dream” is an exceptional choice.

🎶 Elevate your musical presentations with the grace and sophistication of this Scottish-inspired brass quintet arrangement. Let “A Dream” by William Augustus Montgomery resonate through your performances, leaving a lasting impression on audiences and participants alike. 🌌🎺


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