Contact us: Toll-free: 1-800-663-1351, Local: 604-734-4886, Mon-Wed, Sat 10-6, Thurs-Fri 10-9
The Canadian Brass Book of Favorite Quintets

The Canadian Brass Book of Favorite Quintets - 1st Trumpet (Trumpet)

In Stock(1)


Contents: Amazing Grace • Andante (Concerto in E Flat) • Contrapunctus I • Cor Royal • Farandole (L'Arlesienne) • Hallelujah! • Havah Nagilah • Just a Closer Walk with Thee • Kimigayo • Largo • My Heart Ever Faithful • Pachelbel Canon • Rondeau (Masterpiece Theater) • Sakura • Toreador Song • Trumpet Tune • Trumpet Voluntary.

Song List:

  • Amazing Grace John Newton Traditional American Melody Edwin O. Excell
  • Andante Concerto In E Flat Haydn
  • Contrapunctus I Bach
  • Farandole L'arlesienne Georges Bizet
  • Hallelujah Chorus George Frideric Handel
  • Hava Nagila Let's Be Happy Moshe Nathanson Abraham Z. Idelsohn
  • Just A Closer Walk With Thee Traditional Kenneth Morris
  • Kimigayo
  • Largo George Frideric Handel
  • My Heart Ever Faithful Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Nicolai/Corneli Cor Royal Nicolai Cornelius
  • Pachelbel Canon
  • Rondeau Masterpiece Theater Mouret
  • Sakura Cherry Blossoms Trad. Japanese Folk Song
  • Toreador Song Georges Bizet
  • Trumpet Tune Henry Purcell
  • Trumpet Voluntary Jeremiah Clarke

Additional Information:

Publisher: Canadian Brass (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 50488966
Northwest Product Number: 107-0302-20-001

  1. Northwest Music does not guarantee the accuracy of online stock levels. To confirm availability of an item, please contact our store directly.
  2. While we will do our best to ensure you receive the quantity you indicate, if the quantity ordered exceeds our current stock levels, your order may take additional time to complete. Please contact Northwest Music to confirm availability. Some items, such as choral octavos, have a set minimum purchasing quantity.
  3. The sound and page samples we provide on our website are courtesy our publishers, who provide the samples in different ways. Audio samples are MP3 files, and will either load in your browser or will prompt you to download and open them in an application of your choice (such as iTunes or Windows Media Player). Page samples are in either JPG or PDF format, and can open in your browser, or in Adobe Acrobat Reader.