"Now Thank We All Our God from Cantata 79" is a great example of Bach's writing. This was originally for choir, orchestra, and two horns. The horn lines are now found in the trumpet parts and some (much needed!) rest has been facilitated as well. This would be an ideal choice for performance at a church service or wedding. Score & parts. (score sample page)
Baroque. Prelude and Fugue in C BWV is taken from the "Eight Short Preludes and Fugues," a collection of works for keyboard that were most likely used as teaching pieces for beginners. There has been back and forth about the attribution of these works, but most scholars agree that they are by Bach, just simplified for his students. Matthew McCrady has arranged this 4-5 minute work for standard brass quintet and included parts in C and B-flat for the trumpets. -the publisher
Baroque. This Prelude No. 7 is an early work and one of Bach's best known of what is now known as Book 1 of the Well-Tempered Clavier. There is much in this "little" work actually, the most extended in Book 1. Mr. Denroche's arrangement works perfectly for brass quintet and is transposed down to the key of C from the original E-flat. The range is modest and most moderately advanced groups can perform it. C & B-flat parts are supplied for the trumpets. -the publisher
Baroque. This is the most famous section from Bach's Cantata No. 208. It has been arranged here for brass quintet and organ and it makes an ideal piece to be used at events such as weddings or church services. All parts are interesting and none are too difficult. -the publisher
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Baroque. As recorded & performed by the Solid Brass. Can be played by either a 10-part brass choir or a standard brass quintet. Unique parts provided for both settings. Brass choir trumpet 1 is piccolo, trombone 4 is bass trombone.
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Baroque. Wachet Auf! or Sleepers Awake BWV 140 is one of Bach's most popular church cantatas and was first performed in 1731. Its melodies are recognizable to all music lovers. Ohad Wand has arranged this beautiful work of five minutes in length for brass quintet of moderately advanced performers.
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