Other works for brass quintet or larger brass choirs can be found at http://www.choirworks.com/music-for-brass-choir/
- Cerulean Rag for Tuba and Piano
- The March of the Three Kings for Brass Band
- O Come Let Us Adore Him! for Brass Choir, Organ and Congregation
Cerulean Rag for Tuba and Piano
PDF Score and Tuba Part:
Cerulean is a shade of blue used in artist colors. This short work for Tuba and piano, with its syncopated blue shadings, was premiered at The Salty Cricket Composer Collective’s Big Brass Show in late 2010.
The March of the Three Kings
for Brass Band (optional Vocal Soloist and Chorus)
Based on the traditional Christmas tune with a new English translation (if using vocalists) of the French text. Scored for traditional Brass Band instrumentation (Soprano Cornet, Solo Cornet, Repiano Cornet, 2nd Cornet, 3rd Cornet, Flugle, Solo Horn, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 1st Baritone, 2nd Baritone, 1st Trombone, 2nd Trombone, Bass Trombone, Euphonium, Eb Bass Tuba, BBb Bass Tuba, Timpani, Percussion, Optional Vocalists).
- Score : MarchoftheThreeKingsScore-MRyanTaylor (PDF)
- Parts : MarchoftheThreeKingsParts-MRyanTaylor.pdf ($15 via TradeBit)
- TheMarchoftheThreeKings.mp3 : Live 2005 recording of the Utah Premiere Brass and the Timpanogos Chorale in with M Ryan Taylor as the baritone soloist.
O Come Let Us Adore Him!
for Brass Choir (3 Horns in F, 2 Trumpets, 2 Trombones, Tuba), Organ and Congregation
This is medley of three familiar carols (“Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful” “Angels We Have Heard on High” & “Silent Night”) was created for a multicongregational Christmas celebration. Perfect for large gatherings and Christmas concerts where you’d like to offer the congregation an opportunity to join in the music making.
- Score and Parts: OComeLetUsAdoreHim!-ScoreandParts.pdf