Lakeland, Florida (February 13, 2020)– Released just in time for the Spring wedding season, Excelcia Music Publishing’s Wedding Brass Will Ring provides Brass Quintet players with 18 newly-arranged favorite works for all musical phases of a wedding ceremony: Prelude, Postlude, Processional, Ceremony and Recessional. Beautifully engraved, Wedding Brass Will Ring is an essential for Brass musicians.
As a wind player and composer for film, educational and religious organizations, composer and arranger John M. Pasternak brings his vast experiences to this collection of fresh and beautiful classical wedding works for Brass Quintet. The scores are available for digital download after purchase from www.excelciamusic.com.
New Prelude/Postlude arrangements in Wedding Brass Will Ring include Vivaldi’s Spring and Handel’s Air from Water Music. Newly arranged Processional/Recessional pieces include Mendhleson’s Wedding March and Handel’s Arrival of the Queen of Sheba, and for the Ceremony, new arrangements include Pachebel’s Canon in D, Elgar’s Nimrod and more. Books in the Wedding Brass Will Ring collection are available for Bb Trumpet 1, Bb Trumpet 2, Horn in F, Trombone and Tuba.
Each book in the Wedding Brass Will Ring collection can be purchased for $12.99 from music retailers everywhere and at www.excelciamusic.com.
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.
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