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The Kings

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Title:The Kings (or 'The Three Kings') 
Die Könige, No 3 from the song cycle Weihnachtslieder (Op 8)
Composer:Philipp Nicolai and Peter Cornelius
Arranger:Dave Payn
Scored
for:
Brass Quintet (2 Bb trumpets, horn in F, trombone, tuba)
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Score:
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Difficulty:Medium
Description: 

Another Great Christmas Arrangement!

 

Cornelius, a student of Liszt, influenced by Beethoven and Schubert, wrote gorgeous choral music and here is an arrangement of one of his earliest and best known pieces. The words wonderfully retell the biblical Christmas narrative as seen through the eyes of an unquestioning child. At the same time, this is deeply spiritual and emotional music - it is no wonder that they were Cornelius's most popular compositions and have attracted many new settings including this one.

 

Includes Score and Programme Notes.

 

[No Alternative Parts - unless requested]

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    Full Score in .PDF format


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    Alternative Parts for Brass Band instruments (where stated)


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    Programme notes (opt.)


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    A picture of the composer (opt.)


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    Performing hints and tips (opt.)



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If the transposition you require is not included please ask
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Product Code: THE817

 


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