Holiday Arrangements for Brass Quintet by Popular Arrangers

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Lakeland, Florida (September 19, 2019)–  Excelcia Music Publishing’s newest additions to its series, Excelcia Ensemble Series, presents brass quintets with three new choices to program in their holiday concerts!  These Jazz-inspired arrangements by well-known composer/arrangers Sean O’Loughlin and David Bamonte, written at grades 3.5- 4,  will challenge musicians and delight their audiences. Addressing the need for new high-quality, small chamber literature, the newest additions to the Excelcia Ensemble Series are each beautifully engraved and come with full score and reference recordings.

New arrangements include Yon’s holiday classic Gesu Bambino, a new take on Handel’s Christmastime classic For Unto Us a Child Is Born, and a toe-tapping arrangement of Hanby’s holiday classic Up on the Housetop!

Previously released new and arranged pieces in the Excelcia Ensemble Series are also available for woodwind and brass quartets and quintets, written at grades 1.5 to 3. 

The new arrangements of Gesu Bambino, For Unto Us a Child Is Born, and Up on the Housetop are available now for $19.99 each from music retailers everywhere.

Excelcia Music Publishing is based in Lakeland, Florida, and publishes and sells music internationally. Composers, educators, and retailers are invited to contact Excelcia Music Publishing to be a part of creating, learning, and performing music that inspires.



Anne Sobel
Marketing and Social Media Consultant
(863) 213-3100 ext. 104

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