Reverie for Bonita - Medium By Kenneth Bray / Arranged by David Marlatt - Conductor Score & Parts Eighth Note Publication Brass Band Series
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In Stock. Handel's most frequently performed and most famous oratorio is probably best known for the famous Hallelujah. The Hallelujah is the grand chorus that caused the King to rise from his seat and as all good subjects, the entire audience rose with him. This tradition holds true even today reminding us of the great beginnings of this powerful music. This arrangement has been lowered a tone from the original into C concert. The treatment of the Solo Cornet part is quite different here. To allow for a clearer, more balanced line, the Solo Cornet part has been split into 4. This allow for independent playing as well as doubling when necessary.
Written as a piece to be used at the University of Western Ontario Spring Convocation, this work could be used as an opening fanfare for a concert or as a concert piece at a distinguished event. The Soprano and Euphoniums have some technical flourishes while the remainder of the ensemble plays the fanfare passages. All parts are interesting and challenging.
A lush and beautiful work composed by Kenneth Bray for his daughter, Reverie for Bonita features the horn section, colourful use of mutes and simple, elegant themes. Showing off the lyrical side of the band, this work is an ideal "mood change" in a concert.