Carol Brittin Chamber’s awesome “Byzantine Dances” has been set for flexible ensemble. Playable with as little as just 5 wind/string players and percussion, this accessible concert march is perfect for small ensemble rehearsal, performance, or as a planning piece for when your ensemble comes back together in force. Each Flexcel series work comes with a letter for proof of copyright permission as well as a digital download coupon so you can get the music to your students in the most efficient and safest way possible.
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About Carol Brittin Chambers
Carol Brittin Chambers teaches trumpet and music education at Texas Lutheran University. Before coming to TLU, Chambers taught middle school and high school band for many years in the North East Independent School District in San Antonio, TX. She currently lives in San Antonio, Texas, where she is the owner and composer of Aspenwood Music. She also maintains an active performance schedule, including appearances with the Mid-Texas and San Antonio Symphonies.
Chambers is commissioned each year to compose and arrange works for concert band, marching band, and various other ensembles. She has arranged and orchestrated marching shows for numerous high school bands across the country, as well as The Crossmen Drum Corps.
Chambers received a Bachelor of Music Education from Texas Tech University and a Master of Music in Trumpet Performance from Northwestern University. She studied under Vincent Cichowicz, John Paynter, Arnold Jacobs, James Sudduth, and Will Strieder.