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    Mozart - Gloria from Trinity Mass

    Here are three different arrangements on the mighty "Glora" from Mozart's "Trinity Mass". Each one, very different in color and feeling from the other, reflects the ever present theme of praise and honor in its own way.

    1. Brass Choir (2T, 2H, 2T, 1E, 1T) with piano accompaniment;

    http://www.garybricault.com/mp3/Glor...ir%20Organ.mp3

    GPO instrutments: Trumpet 1 & 2, French Horn 1 & 2, Ten Trb 1 & 2,
    Contra Tuba, Tuba Solo 2 and Steinway Lite

    2. Double Trombone Choir (each of 1A, 3T, B) and organ;

    http://www.garybricault.com/mp3/Glor...ChoirOrgan.mp3

    GPO instrutments: All trombones & Full Organ

    3. Double Low Brass Choir (each of 2E, 3T);

    http://www.garybricault.com/mp3/Moza...BrassChoir.mp3

    GPO instrutments: French Horns for the Euphoniums, Ten Trb for Bass 1 and Tubas for Bass 2 & 3

    The beauty of writing for double choirs is that I can trade off the parts and interchange them between the two choirs in such as way as to give a feeling of dialogue. The last arrangment was written for and performed by the Eastman Tuba Mirum this past year.

    I hope that you enjoy these fun pieces.

    Gary

    www.garybricault.com

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    Re: Mozart - Gloria from Trinity Mass

    Contrary to my initial guess, I found the third of these, the
    adaptation for low brass, perhaps the most successful.

    I'd enjoy hearing the live recording of that one if you have it.

    Best,

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Re: Mozart - Gloria from Trinity Mass

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    Contrary to my initial guess, I found the third of these, the
    adaptation for low brass, perhaps the most successful.

    I'd enjoy hearing the live recording of that one if you have it.
    Best,
    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Thanks. I suspect that there will be very different opinions on which arr. is chosen for each person. They certainly have a different feel.

    I checked and I do not believe that I have a live recording of this. It was performed at concerts outside fo Eastman and I don't think it was recorded at one of them. I will let you know if it is in the future.

    Gary

    www.garybricault.com

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