Girl with the Flaxen Hair - Medium - Brass Quintet & Organ By Claude Debussy / Arranged by David Marlatt - Score & Parts Eighth Note Publication Brass Ensemble - Quintet Series
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In Stock. Arban's variations on Carnival of Venice requires no introduction to cornet or trumpet players. This arrangement for quintet keeps the solo cornet part in its original form, but inserts an introduction and interludes taken from operas by Giuseppe Verdi that allow each of the quintet members to act as soloist during the interludes between variations. A great twist on this classic solo.
Inveni David is an offertory was originally set for male chorus and four trombones. This powerful work opens in F minor and gradually builds to a brilliant F major Alleluia. It has been arranged here for quintet and organ.
The Girl With The Flaxen Hair and Golliwog's Cakewalk are two of Claude Debussy's most popular piano works. It has been said that The Girl With The Flaxen Hair, with its impressionistic and progressive harmonies, may have been a significant influence for many jazz artists of the century. This is an arrangement for brass quintet and organ.