Charpentier, Marc-Antoine (Allen) Prelude, from Te Deum

Brass Quintets

  • Charpentier, Marc-Antoine (Allen)

    Prelude, from Te Deum (Allen) [211.01]

    Baroque. Marc-Antoine Charpentier was a French composer active in the late 1600's. He was a contemporary (though not a friend) of Lully. The Te Deum is perhaps his most well known work to brass players, and the Prelude is popular for its grand fanfare-like character. In addition to standard concert use, this work is appropriate for weddings, graduations and other ceremonial occasions. Part of the Boulder Brass series.

    This transcription is in C major. Technically achievable for intermediate players. This arrangement incorporates dotted-eighth/sixteenth note rhythms throughout rather than straight eighth-notes found in other editions. Melody is often ornamented withtrills in the trumpet and French horn parts. Duration is approx 1:30 minutes. -pc

    • Category: Brass Quintets
    • Item: 059437
    • Grade/Level: Intermediate
    • Price: $15.00

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