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The score provided is not in march-card format. It is the same score as provided in the A4 sized set.
Belles at Christmas might best be used as a little Christmas overture. It is a medley of three original Christmas carols and you will hear snippets of more familiar Christmas tunes from time to time.
The Belles in question are both Brass and Beautiful! Based on a Christmas Carol using the words from William Blake's Poem "Sweet Dreams", this transcription requires great flexibility and sensitivity and is very effective when played by a suitably sensitive brass quintet. This version includes a Fanfare which may be played either as an introduction or as an interlude before the final verse, and 4 different harmonised verses including an original descant. Optional Timpani and Cymbals parts are included. The MP3 file includes two version, the first without the optional percussion and the second with.
Search out "Brethren Brass" on the web for a stylish rendering of the fanfare. This version includes a Fanfare which may be played either as an introduction or as an interlude before the final verse. The first two verses may be sung with the traditional Mendelssohn harmonies, and the final verse sung in unison with a new descant.
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The Huron Carol has one of the most beautiful and simple melodies I know. The resulting arrangement has a slightly "rocky" feel and is not an accompaniment for choir, just incidental music for the season. This is an extensive reworking of my original arrangement for saxophones. This version has been written as an instrumental performed without a choir.
The key has been changed to enable more variety in the scoring for brass. If you like a version for performance WITH a choir, see below. This version has been written for performing as accompaniment to a choir. The key is a semitone lower than the original to save the trumpets from playing in F major. If you would like a better version for performing as an instrumental without a choir, see the version above.
This is an instrumental accompaniment for the carol "A Christmas Message" for 3 part choir.
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This accompaniment is for Brass Quintet. This original Christmas Carol with brass quintet accompaniment is for SATB choir but can also be sung by much smaller forces. SA or even just the melody line. The carol incorporates a familiar counter-melody sung by the male voices or covered by the brass.
The score is free and choir and instrumental parts are for sale here. There are also other versions available with piano accompaniment and also with a Trombone obbligato part see under Carols. Although this version was conceived as an accompaniment it works well as a stand-alone piece without the choir.
A section is also included in the instrumental medley Belles at Christmas found higher up on this page. The carol is also available with piano accompaniment see Carols and an instrumental version can be heard in a brass quintet medley of carols called "Belles at Christmas" see above. This medley takes four traditional carols and adds a little modern Christmas spice.
The parts are not exceptionally hard although 1st Trumpet and Trombone are quite high Trumpet 4 also has a solo role. Taken from Handel's "Messiah" and often performed at Christmas, this glorious piece shows of the sparkling virtuosity of the performers. Strong players are needed, especially on Horn and Trombone 1 doubling the horn part is quite acceptable.