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    "Brassquiem"

    This is my all-brass, rather somber "Brassquiem".
    Three first trumpets
    Three second trumpets
    Three horns
    Three 'bones
    One tuba

    The instruments are a combination of Garritan GPO and VSL

    Regards,
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Brassquiem"

    Hello Larry! Great to see some more music from you! I agree, this is quite somber...at least as somber as 6 trumpets can be

    I played trumpet for a year in middle school before switching to percussion, and I can say that when people heard me play, they felt as sorrowful as this piece sounds (though for entirely different reasons!)

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Re: "Brassquiem"

    Quote Originally Posted by sanyarem View Post
    Hello Larry! Great to see some more music from you! I agree, this is quite somber...at least as somber as 6 trumpets can be

    I played trumpet for a year in middle school before switching to percussion, and I can say that when people heard me play, they felt as sorrowful as this piece sounds (though for entirely different reasons!)

    Thanks for sharing!
    I switched from tuba to trumpet in junior high school. Can you imagine the shock to my lips?!

    Thanks for your support.

    Best Regards,
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Brassquiem"

    A fine piece, Larry...as usual

    (but where is the euphonium?????)

    Snor's Law: any piece, no matter how excellent, will be even excellenter with a euphonium part.
    Jim Williams
    Professor of Capitalism
    N9EJR
    Indianapolis Brass Choir
    All Your Bass Sus&Short Are Belong to Us.

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    Re: "Brassquiem"

    Quote Originally Posted by snorlax View Post
    A fine piece, Larry...as usual

    (but where is the euphonium?????)

    Snor's Law: any piece, no matter how excellent, will be even excellenter with a euphonium part.
    Dang! I forgot to include the euphoniums! It hate it when I do that. It would sound much more gooder with them. Thanks for reminding me, Mister Jim. I won't do that again. I think that I told you that I played Baritone in high school.

    I appreciate your input, as usual.

    Best,
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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