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Traditional - 15 Hymns & Spirituals - Trombone Quartet
Gorgeous arrangements!
"I was looking for a couple of hymns to for our brass ensemble (3 t-bones and a tuba) play at a friends church to help cover while they searched for a new organist. We played three and got rave reviews afterwards. One lady asked if we we going to be playing regularly there, and that the arrangement of "Where You There" was "Simply beautiful!" Needless to say I heartily recommend these arrangements. Thanks!"
Apr 07 2014, 11:35 AM by Anonymous

Jobim - The Girl from Ipanema - Brass Quintet
Comment: Review of Brass Music Online
"The service from Brass Music Online has been excellent. I ordered some music which I was informed could take several weeks to obtain and issue. Brass Music Online have kept me informed over the interim period with updates on order progress etc which I much appreciated. A key element of good customer service is good effective communication and Brass Music Online do an excellent job here. I would recommend using their services to obtain music."
Apr 02 2014, 10:48 AM by Karl Bindemann

Neumann - Love Waltz - Trumpet and Piano
Beautiful light waltz
"It´s easier to play the trumpet part than the piao part. One can interpret it beautifully - the difficulty lies in entering the dreamworld it presents."
Mar 25 2014, 03:22 AM by Joerg

Neumann - Love Waltz - Trumpet and Piano
NEUMANN - LOVE WALTZ - TRUMPET AND PIANO
"Nice arrangement, prompt delivery! Very good piece of music to make a thoughtful atmosphere (as described). Thanks for this free proposal, worth to try another one!"
Mar 24 2014, 13:33 PM by arturs

Walton - Crown Imperial - Brass Quintet
Comment: always pleased with Mr. Bindner's arrangements
"I have bought several arrangements for brass quintet by Mr. Bindner and have had much success with them - they are very do-able and pleasing for the musicians of our quintet who are of varying abilities - I would recommend most anything of what he arranges to any intermediate or early advanced musicians. We are looking forward to playing this new arrangement for commencements. Thanks so much."
Mar 21 2014, 11:21 AM by Gem City Brass

Shaiman-McLean - A Wink and A Smile - Brass Quintet
A Wink and a Smile
"Our quintet performed this piece at a wedding reception recently and it was a big hit. It might help that our group is based in the Seattle area. I have been attracted to the tune since heard it in the movie performed by brass. Brian Binder did a great job on the arrangement with features spread through the group. It will be a regular for every popular music performance."
Mar 06 2014, 16:43 PM by All-Brass.com

Ellington – Don't Get Around Much Anymore for Brass Quintet
Works Well!
"Our brass quintet from the 440th Army Band used this arrangement as part of our program during a recent recruiting tour of seven public schools. It added variety to the program, was well-received, relevant, and required very little prep time. Nice addition to the BQ repertoire."
Mar 01 2014, 07:26 AM by Anonymous

Thats what Friends are for - Brass Quintet
That's What Friends Are For
"This is a very well-crafted and usable arrangement of a lovely Burt Bacharach ballad. Our quintet will be performing it very soon for a large audience. I only have two suggestions to make this piece even more of an asset to a brass quintet library: 1) Add an optional drum part, as many of the other brass-music-online publications offer and 2) Replace the rather naked open-fifth whole note at the end of the piece with a rich major ninth or other lush chord. I would recommend this piece to other brass groups."
Feb 28 2014, 09:46 AM by Terry Bradley

Berlin - God Bless America - Brass Quintet
Update from Dean
"Dean was very happy for the review, and will add the suggested adjustment regarding cut time mark."
Jun 27 2013, 14:14 PM by Brass Music Online

Berlin - God Bless America - Brass Quintet
Nice piece
"Nice arrangement. Very playable and at the same time it is nice to listen to. One comment about the notation. Just before section "B" there is no indication that the music is to be played in "cut time." Our group ran through this the first time and we were caught off guard because the melody was so slow. We discovered that cutting the time at the 2nd key change resolved this issue. Just be aware of this. Perhaps Mr. Smith can make the adjustment to the copy. Otherwise it is a nice piece."
Jun 24 2013, 18:27 PM by Rich Grisak

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