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Women's Choir and Brass ensemble

Hello folks,
 
A colleague is looking for repertoire for a university women's choir and brass. I said I would put the word out on ChoralNet where everyone is so helpful! Thanks for any suggestions! 
 
Jackie Hawley
Artistic Director: Ottawa Children's Choir
www.ottawachildrenschoir.ca
Founding Director: Cantiamo Girls Choir of Ottawa
www.cantiamogirlschoir.ca
 
 
 
on June 10, 2014 6:59pm
my Kadosh/Benedictus for treble voices (SSA), brass quintet and organ (publ. Boosey & Hawkes)
 
Lee Kesselman
www.kesselmanpress.com
on June 11, 2014 5:53am
O Aula Nobilis by William Mathias - published by Oxford
An excellent opener 
on June 11, 2014 5:13pm
My Christmas cycle "A Child Comes Forth" (originally for SSA, harp and percussion) was done by Young Voices of Colorado in a version for choir and brass. The scoring was done over there, but I could source it if interested. The work in its original form has had a number of international performances. About 15 minutes in duration - 5 movements on Christmas texts. COntact me if interested in seeing sample score.
 
David Hamilton
Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
on June 13, 2014 2:48pm
Hi Jackie!
 
Please listen to this exemple to see if it could be something of interest https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCpma7lYBOg
If so I could make a re-arrangment of the piece (or the entier mass).
 
Best
 
Mårten
on June 14, 2014 10:15am
I have an arrangement of Gaudeamus igitur for S(S)A and brass quintet that might be of interest. Sampler and MIDI snapshot available on request.
 
Hope this helps,
Robert A.M. Ross
robertamross(a)verizon.net
Soundcloud.com: <Robert Ross 11>
on June 14, 2014 12:26pm
I have a setting of "Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind" for SSAA, piano, and brass quintet here on Choralnet in the Composition Showcase:  http://www.choralnet.org/306142 -- works are listed in alphabetical order, so scroll down and you'll find it.  There's a concert recording (with A Touch of Brass, from Vancouver, BC), plus a partial score .pdf.
 
Contact info, etc., included in the listing.
 
Lana Mountford
Bellingham, WA
on June 15, 2014 6:35am
Take a look at Ruth Watson Henderson&#39;s Gloria for SSAA, brass quintet and percussion (marimba). &nbsp;It is a terrific piece. &nbsp; In addition, Gwyneth Walker arranged &quot;How can I keep from singing&quot; for brass and percussion accompaniment as well. &nbsp; I have used the two of them on the same program. &nbsp;The Henderson is published by Boosey and the Walker by ECS.

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Hilary Apfelstadt

on June 15, 2014 11:18am
Hi Jackie!!!
David Brunner's JUBILATE DEO is wonderfully festive setting of Psalm 100.  Uses a combination of both English and Latin texts.  Brass, Organ and SSAA   Boosey and Hawkes HL 48004849 
There is also an SAB version that I have used with my church choir AND I have used them both together.
Best wishes
Catherine!
on June 16, 2014 1:15am
Jackie:
 
Pinkham's Christmas Cantata is available for trebles and brass in addition to the
more familiar mixed chorus and brass version.
 
cheers,
Brian Holmes
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