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Bach, J.S./Sweete-Praeludium and Fugue XIX from The Well Tempered Clavier Volume II (ENP-BT985)

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Rating: Difficult. The Prelude and Fugues from the Well Tempered Clavier have been a favourite for brass players to arrange for brass quintet. Here, arranged for brass trio is one of the more popular of the prelude and fugues from Volume II.

Robert Kase-Baldwin Rag (ENP-BT2711) 1.1.1.0.0.

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Rating: Difficult. The Baldwin Rag is a fun but challenging brass trio that will be sure to entertain every audience and give the musicians quite a work out.

Various/McNally-Three Chorale Preludes-Volume 2 (ENP-BT2410)

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Rating: Easy-Medium. In the baroque period, chorale preludes were organ compositions based on hymn tunes, or chorales. During a German Protestant worship service, the organist would play the chorale prelude just before the singing of the chorale itself. The pieces arranged here for trumpet, horn and trombone are Puer Natus in Bethlehem, O Sacred Head and Old Hundreth.

Various/Sweete-Three Trios For Brass (ENP-BT983)

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Rating:Easy-Medium. Always a popular ensemble is the brass trio scored for trumpet, horn and trombone, this versatile combination of instruments can now play this collection of three Renaissance pieces. These are not very difficult and are appopriate for and approachable by developing brass players.

Zachau, F./Sweete-Three Chorale Preludes (ENP-BT996)

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Rating: Medium-Difficult. This interesting set of chorale preludes works very well for a brass trio. Zachau has left us a large body of work consisting principally of liturgical pieces. He is also remembered as Handel's first music teacher.