Wind Trios Part of Expansion of Popular Mid-Level Music Series 

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Lakeland, Florida (October 24, 2019)– Excelcia Music Publishing expands its popular Excelcia Ensemble Series with new sets of trios, quartets and quintets for woodwind and brasswind chamber ensembles.  With nine new additions, including the introduction of trios, ranging in grade from 1.5 to 3, the series continues to provide small-group resources for the modern-day classroom. 

Each work has been composed or arranged by well-known writers for winds including Tyler Arcari, Dale Bloodwoth, Jon Bubbett and Larry Clark. Beautifully engraved, these hard-cover sets are perfect for use for performance or festival adjudication. 

New quartets in the series include L’Alcenagina by Banchieri arr. Tyler Arcari, Spinning Song by Elmenreich/ arr. Larry Clark, Curse of Tortuga by Tyler Arcari, Andante Cantabile by Haydn arr. Larry Clark. New quintets include Sol Fiesta! by Jon Bubbett, We Shall Overcome arr. Dale Bloodworth, Largo by Dvořák/ arr. Jon Bubbett, Bring a Torch, Jeanette Isabella – traditional/ arr. Tyler Arcari. New trios in the series include A Christmas Fantasy arr. Dale Bloodworth. 

Trios are available for $10.99, quartets for $12.99, and quintets for $14.99, 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.

 

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Anne Sobel
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(863) 213-3100 ext. 104
anne.sobel@excelciamusic.com

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