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Bluecoats 2017 "Jagged Line" Full Show Brass

25 parts47 pages08:09a year ago21,267 views
Trumpet(3), French Horn(5), Tuba, Trombone, Piano(2), Percussion(13)
All credit goes to the amazing staff members over at the Bluecoats for creating such a kickass show this year. All of this is done by ear and this transcription is completely from me. Feel free to comment what you think and also to please help me out by pointing out errors so we can all try and make this transcription as accurate as possible! Updates 6/23- Added brass parts of Psychopomp 6/24- Added tuba feature part with all brass 6/26- Finished all brass up to ballad and snare on the Psychopomp part 2 6/28- Finished entire ballad all brass 6/30- Barely started closer but fixed much of the hornline parts 7/5- Finished brass entirely 1/14- Updated brass to finals performance

Color - DCI Level Show (WIP) Last Update: 2/15/16

30 parts30 pages07:552 years ago3,673 views
Trumpet(3), French Horn(4), Tuba(4), Percussion(6), Synthesizer
By Ryan Meredith (May have to turn your volume up) ___________________________________________ Any and all feed back is appreciated!!!!!! ___________________________________________ I need help with pit and especially drum line parts the most and also, if you have any ideas for the names of each song tell me! I'm very close to being finished! Just need to make the pit better and i need to add a drum break. Thank You! Edit Log: 11/4/15: Uploaded 11/4/15: added last movement 11/5/15: added transition to last movement & minor organ fix 11/6/15: fixes to last song & changed part names (Bb Trumpet 1, Bb Trumpet 2, etc.) 11/13/15: revised ending 12/15/15: Add pit to opener, trying to get another part in before the ballad 12/20/15: Added unfinished song before ballad, added some cool tuba stuff and some pit 12/21/15: Added some stuff before ballad, needs some pit and/or synth to be relavent 1/3/16: edited 3rd song, added small pit transition, made synth more badass 1/7/16: minor tuba part fix 1/12/16: small pause before ballad, drum-set part added written by SethKasten1337 ( 1/27/16: added some cool trumpet stuff to 2nd half of opener, other minor hit changes and part changes 2/14/16: More pit added by Seth Kasten, minor changes made 2/15/16: Timpani added by Seth Kasten, more minor changes made
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I am working up a short concert or Suite of mostly film and television music for a performance and the ape cave near Mount Saint Helens. This is for solo tuba.I got permission from the head park ranger to play a short concert less than 15 minutes and during a time of day when there's not a lot of foot traffic, say early in the morning. After I get this entered into musescore I'll post it for you. After I perform and record it, I'll send a link.
Talk about tenor tubas.
I'm not a brass player, I'm a violinist. I'm just writing for myself with MuseScore, trying to build my composition and orchestration skills. How do you decide which tuba to use in compositions? Wikipedia says that some tubas are more commonly used in UK, the other is more commonly used in US. If I ever have a real player to write for, then I'll write for that persons instrument. Until that happens, can you give me any suggestions, comments etc? (I posted one of my composition exercises , with a tube, to this group, it's the variations on Swanee river) Thanks.

Carolina Crown 2015 "Inferno" FULL SHOW (Now w/Organ)

12 parts72 pages10:133 years ago50,636 views
Trumpet(3), French Horn(6), Tuba(2)
All of Inferno. Maybe one day I'll add percussion who knows. 6/23/15: Finished the opener. 6/24/15: Added about half of Dies Irae. 6/25/15: Added the rest of Dies Irae and added a bunch of markings that look nice. 6/27/15: Added BaRiToNeS' (thanks) parts for Trumpets 1-3 and Baritone 1. 7/7/15: Added the changes made during the East Coast Classic (7/2/15). 7/7/15: Fixed the mello parts at the end of Dies Irae. 7/12/15: Fixed the mello parts at the end of Dies Irae again. 7/17/15: Fixed the 2nd and 3rd mello parts for all of Dies Irae up to the ECC changes (Thanks markdecesare621for the mello parts!) 7/18/15: FINALLY FIGURED OUT THE MELLO RUNS AT THE END. 7/20/18: Fixed the beginning mello and tuba parts. 8/6/15: Fixed low brass a bit at the end of the opener. 8/16/15: Added some of the third movement up until the off key Ode to Joy part. 8/17/15: Fixed a few chords in the opener. 8/23/15: Added a bit more of the third movement, brass feature is a bit off. Need to add the tuba parts. 8/24/15: Added a bunch of the ballad, added a few tuba parts. 8/25/15: Finished the ballad, plenty of wrong parts pls forgive. 8/29/15: Added part of the closer and fixed some time signatures in the opener. 9/8/15: Fixed and added a lot of tuba. 9/13/15: Added mello trills in Dies Irae there fine 10/5/15: DONE (But I'll probably fix things from time to time based on suggestions). 10/13/15: I added woodblock. 12/8/15: Thanks AustinAvocado for fixing that one thing. 12/10/15: Added organ.

Carolina Crown 2016 "Relentless" - Full Show - Finals Version - Read Description! - Updated 7/10!

34 parts38 pages12:402 years ago22,424 views
Trumpet(4), French Horn(6), Tuba, Trombone, Percussion(13), Other Woodwinds, Timpani, Violin, Contrabass, Guitar, Voice, Brass Ensemble, Sound effects(2)
If anyone can help with transcribing percussion (snare, tenor, bass, or the entire pit), PLEASE, post a comment, or send me an email: This score has been created almost 100% by ear so far, but I recently recieved the official score of the opener from user ngvc17. Thank you to him! The drumline parts are from the Learn the Music videos, or from SnareScience. DO NOT use any transcription from my score without giving me credit. If you find anything that needs to be changed, as I'm sure there is, please tell me below. Thanks! Updates: [7/19/16] - Posted full opener [7/20/16] - Fixed various tempos in opener; EXTREME ROUGH DRAFT of second movement; continued draft of second movement and added the percussion from "LEARN THE MUSIC" on YouTube [7/21/16] - Finished rough draft of second movement; started third movement; added very beginning of show [7/22/16] - Finished rough draft of third movement [7/23/16] - Finished most of the ballad [7/25/16] - Fixed trombone part; continued ballad [7/27/16] - Completed ballad; started closer [7/28/16] - Continued work on closer, fixed various parts of ballad [7/29/16] - Completed closer [8/7/16] - Added the original score of the opener, thanks to ngvc17! [8/8/16] - Started updating the closer to the new ending [8/16/16] - Updated score to version played at finals (changed ending and third movement slightly) [9/5/16] - Removed Mello #3, added baritone (from euphonium cam) [10/10/16] - Cleaned up 2nd Trumpet and 1st Mello using the cams [12/4/16] - Fixed part of trombone solo [12/6/16] - Changed intro page, added some percussion in the tango [12/14/16] - Added more snare to the second movement [12/31/16] - Made the tuba parts accurate using the tuba cams [1/28/17] - Added some front ensemble to ballad and closer; added the gunshot [2/16/17] - Added some battery to tango [3/31/17] - Added snare part to entire opener and second movement, and beginning of third movement (from SnareScience); fixed end of second movement [4/1/17] - Added some articulations and front ensemble to opener; made the trombone solo look better [5/4/17] - Made changes to second movement [5/29/17] - Increased overall volume of score; adjusted all parts up to the tango [7/10/17] - Finished drumline in second movement; started adding drumline to tango

Cantina Band-Orchestra Version (Force Theme)

46 parts15 pages05:502 years ago7,251 views
Piccolo, Flute(2), Oboe(2), English Horn, Clarinet(3), Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Bassoon(3), French Horn(4), Trumpet(4), Trombone(6), Tuba(2), Brass Ensemble, Timpani, Percussion(4), Bass, Harp, Piano, Strings(3), Cello, Contrabass
I orchestrated Cantina Band. It's finished, but I guess I have to keep updating this...... (actually there are a lots of rests on many instruments, but I think my computer will explode if I fill that -Change logs- +added English horn, bass clarinet, and euphonium. And I also added brass section solo before drum solo. +added piano solo +removed the arpegio parts in the french horns, (Because it's too fast) and I changed some parts of english horn and clarinet (also because that triplet arpegios are too fast for the english horns.) +added more instruments at violin solo +removed piano solo +added alto trombone and solo double bass +removed brass section solo and added double bass solo +added trombone solo +added more things on all the parts (because there where too much restes....) +added more information on the cover page +added more things on the Force Theme +the Force Theme is now a duet with english horn and french horn, not a violin solo. +added more things on the trombone section +added more things on high strings +added sousaphone +added instrumentation guide picture +improved some parts on the euphonium (because it was too low) +also some improvements on euphonium parts and tuba parts + improvements on double bass parts and solo double bass parts +chaged the trombone solo part to euphnium solo (because I think it's too high for the trombone, and I think the timbre of the euphonium is more effective for that melody......) +added more things at woodwind section and brass section +improvements for the double basses +more extended techniques on the solo double bass (because I think there isn't much differences between the solo double bass and the normal double basses...) +minor update for all parts

J. S. Bach: Sinfonia from "Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir," BWV 29 (arr. Alexandre Guilmant)

4 parts9 pages03:352 years ago3,290 views
“Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir” (We thank you, God, we thank you), BWV 29, is a sacred cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. He composed it in Leipzig in 1731 for Ratswechsel, the annual inauguration of a new town council, and first performed it on 27 August of that year. The cantata was part of a festive service in the Nikolaikirche. It is one of few sacred Bach cantatas opened by an orchestral sinfonia. Another is the early “Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen,” BWV 12. The music, marked Presto, is an arrangement of the prelude from Bach's Partita for violin, BWV 1006, which Bach had already revised for organ and strings in 1729 for the wedding cantata Herr “Gott, Beherrscher aller Dinge,” BWV 120a. In the cantata for Ratswechsel, the solo organ plays the original violin part "in virtuoso motoric writing" (Klaus Hofmann), while the full orchestra adds an accompaniment. (Wikipedia) My source is the arrangement for organ by Alexandre Guilmant, edited by Pierre Gouin and published in Montréal by Les Éditions Outremontaises, 2008 & 2009 under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial 3.0 license: I have made a few changes to the Gouin score, primarily for playback effects. The MuseScore all-purpose pipe organ works well here, joined by a 16’ tuba (concealed). By eschewing the grand staff I was able to widen the soundstage with some left-right separation.

The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Medley - Concert Band (WIP)

23 parts23 pages10:532 years ago6,017 views
Piccolo, Flute, Oboe, Bassoon, Clarinet(4), Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Trumpet(2), French Horn, Trombone, Tuba(2), Strings, Percussion(4), Timpani
The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary By Koji Kondo, Toru Minegishi and Kenta Negata Arranged by Travis Redgwell Concert Band Instrumentation: Piccolo Flute 1, 2 Oboe Bassoon B♭ Clarinet 1, 2, 3 E♭ Alto Clarinet B♭ Bass Clarinet E♭ Alto Sax 1, 2 B♭ Tenor Sax E♭ Baritone Sax B♭ Trumpet 1, 2, 3 F Horn 1, 2 Trombone 1, 2 Baritone Tuba String Bass Percussion 1, 2 Mallet Percussion 1, 2 Timpani


11 parts25 pages02:2811 months ago1,072 views
Violin, Guitar, Strings(4), Flute, French Horn, Piano, Tuba, Percussion
This is no Lindsey Stirling Original!!! Hey Guys ^^ You should know by now that I am a HUUUGE Stirlingite :D And I'm in love with Horror Movie Soundtracks such as Hello Zepp(SAW <3), Dead Silence or the Exorcist :3 Lindsey, Charlie Clouser and Steve Boeddeker inspired me now sooo much that i chose to write my first own song *YAY* I hope you enjoy it, I wrote it in about 30 minutes xD The Pre-Chorus was inspired by Roundtable Rival :3 In this update I've added the guitar and the tuba, I've edited the drumset and as well I've changed the order of the instruments ^^

Ink - Blue Devils 2015 Full Show

7 parts54 pages09:443 years ago29,401 views
Trumpet(2), French Horn(4), Tuba
Changes: 9/17/15 - Changed the sixteenth runs to triplets. -More accurate notes/rhythms -Parts changed/removed 9/25/15 - Started adding the Second Movement. (Jazz Part) 10/03/15 -Added measures 169 to 177 -Added tuba parts 10/09/15 -Added measures 177 to 193 10/14/15 - Updated some chords in the opener & jazz part. - Added measures 193 to 222 *Note: Some rhythms are still a little funky. Any comments/advice can help a lot. Thanks. 10/16/15 -Started and finished the kpop movement. -Added measures 222 to 252 10/20/15 -Completed and added the entire ballad. 10/26/15 -Major Changes in the opener. -Started the closer -Added measures 308 to 366 10/30/15 -Completed the closer. 01/20/16 - Changed rhythms - Changed Time signatures - Enjoyed it some more. Thank you all for being patient! Thank you Jolte42 for figuring some confusing rhythms I struggle with! Hope you all enjoy!

Rolling Sky Level 6 OST

6 parts42 pages02a year ago2,352 views
An arrangement of the Rolling Sky Level 6 OST for Violin/C Trumpet, C Trumpet, Alto Saxophone, Tuba, Harpsichord, and Drums. The Rolling Sky soundtrack is awesome. Disclaimer: Music belongs to the group that composed the score for the Rolling Sky levels. I'm just playing around in their sandbox. Anything you recognize is Rolling Sky's, those you don't might be mine :P

Sweet Dreams

37 parts11 pages09:024 years ago2,021 views
I wrote this score to show different stages of dreams, such as joy, triumph, sadness, etc.

Widor Organ Symphony No. 5, 5th Movement (Toccata)

12 parts8 pages05:193 years ago2,325 views
Organ, Oboe, French Horn(4), Strings(4), Trombone, Bassoon
12/11/2017 - Looked up a different edition of the toccata and found that the one I originally used made some publication errors in measure 19. Correcting them made for a much better playback. 12/11/2017 - Reformatted the score making all the instruments that make up the organ "registration" invisible so that it now appears as an uncluttered pipe organ score. 5/23/2017 - Added some crescendo and diminuendo hairpins to smooth out the dynamic level changes. 8/1/2016 - Substituted a bass trombone for the tuba to give a cleaner, less muffled sound. 11/26/2015 - Converted to Version 2.0.2 which fixed the issue with the no-response for the pedal notes in some passages. 2/24/2015 – This toccata movement, as every organist knows, is the show-stopper of Widor’s Fifth Symphony for Organ and has a life of its own now as a wedding recessional, church service postlude, etc. I had originally wanted to transcribe the 1st movement which is less well known, but to me is more interesting and perhaps requires more virtuosity to play. However, at measure 92, and with over 200 measures to go, I realized it was impossible to achieve all the various sounds required using only the number of orchestral instruments that would fit on a letter size page. The 5th movement was much easier. For the non-organists, perhaps I should explain the use of the “8vb” duplication staves. The parts played by the hands on the organ are both mostly written in the treble clef. To achieve a fuller sound the registration for the organ noted by the composer is to use “16 foot” stops or couplers to duplicate the same notes an octave lower. That’s very easy to do on an organ by just pulling 16 foot stops or pressing a coupler. However, when trying to duplicate that sound with orchestral instruments it becomes messy. The last measure is even messier because the grace notes couldn’t be heard, so I made them 8th notes in the instrumentation. If I ever go back to the 1st movement, I’m going to have to develop instrumentation for each organ manual noted on the score (Great, Swell, and Choir) and then just follow the score notations as to what manual is supposed to be playing by one or both hands. Still at 300 measures, it’s going to be quite a challenge.

Hedwig's Theme - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (W.I.P)

25 parts15 pages04:41a year ago4,167 views
Piccolo, Flute, Oboe, Bassoon, Clarinet(4), French Horn(2), Trumpet(2), Trombone(2), Tuba, Timpani, Percussion(2), Piano, Harp, Strings(5)
I have made this for live performance. So when I'm done, I'll get the parts. Parts for (beware: there is no saxophone parts included): _____________ C Piccolo C Flutes 1 C Flutes 2 Alto Flute in G (opt.) Oboes 1 Oboes 2 English Horn (opt.) Bassoon 1 Bassoon 2 E♭ Clarinet B♭ Clarinets 1 B♭ Clarinets 2 B♭ Clarinet 3 E♭ Alto Clarinet (opt.) B♭ Bass Clarinet E♭ Contra-Alto Clarinet (opt.) Horns in F 1/2 Horns in F 3/4 Horns in E♭ 1/2 (opt.) Horns in E♭ 3/4 (opt.) B♭ Trumpets/Cornets 1 B♭ Trumpets/Cornets 2 B♭ Trumpets/Cornets 3 Trombones 1 Trombones 2 Trombones 3 + Bass Trombone B♭ Tuba B♭ Tuba (T.C) [opt.) Timpani Mallet Percussion (Bells, Chimes, Vibraphone) Percussion Celesta Harp Violins 1 Violins 2 Violas Cellos String Basses __________________

Rivergrove's Gymnosolitude #2: Lonely Mammoth in the Plain (Arranged for full orchestra)

14 parts4 pages02:563 years ago651 views
Piccolo, Flute, Oboe, Bassoon(2), French Horn, Tuba, Percussion, Timpani, Strings(5)
Original: Rivergrove's amazing Gymnosolitude #2, arranged for full orchestra with permission! Thank you! Some of the melody was a little strange to arrange, because the melody line is not sustained as much in the original version, being piano. I think I interpreted it well enough, though. Don't mind the messy dynamics. :P Orchestration: 1 piccolo 3 flutes 2 oboes 1 bassoon 1 contrabassoon 4 french horns 1 tuba 1 set of tubular bells 1 set of timpani strings

Arban's Fantasie and Variations on Carnival of Venice

7 parts96 pages07:362 years ago3,324 views
Trumpet(3), Piano, Trombone, Tuba(2)
Originally composed in the 1850s, and commonly hailed as one of the most difficult pieces in the Trumpet Cornet repertoire, This version contains the full piano accompaniment, of J.B Arban's Carnival of Venice as revised by Edwin Franko Goldman. I have reinterpreted the accompaniment part for brass ensemble. Parts include: Solo Cornet Piano Cornet 1 Cornet 2 Euphonium 1 Euphonium 2 Trombone Tuba 1 Tuba 2 Practice makes perfect. Enjoy

Pachelbel's Canon

5 parts14 pages04:426 years ago27,075 views
Pachelbel's Canon For Brass Quintet. 2 Bb Trumpets, 1 French Horn, 1 Trombone, 1 Tuba.

PARADISO - A Short Overture for Symphony Orchestra

27 parts6 pages02:544 years ago2,536 views
Flute(2), Oboe(2), Clarinet(2), Bassoon(2), French Horn(3), Trumpet(2), Trombone(2), Tuba, Percussion(3), Timpani, Piano, Harp, Strings(5)
For Music Battle #9, for team "Transcendence" This is an original neo-romantic overture I put together in a week for the aforementioned contest. In order to represent transcendence, I tried to represent an ascension of some sort - an ascension into a state of enlightenment or inspiration, or even into Heaven following death. It is mostly complete, but I will make a few small revisions soon (especially to the percussion, piano, and harp parts). Following those revisions, I hope to make a well-mixed audio file with a nice soundfont, to which I will post a link. Thanks for checking this out, and enjoy! I intend to eventually rework this into the final movement of a three part suite loosely based on Dante's Divine Comedy, with movements for Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso, or Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven. The first and second movements are in their early stages. A brief musical analysis: Introduction. The piece begins with a low Db in the contrabassoon, tuba, cellos, and basses, immediately establishing the root. Then, a lone horn introduces the theme and finishes the phrase on a C, creating dissonance with the pedal Db before it is drowned out by fortissimo Ab chords in the rest of the orchestra. The 2/4 measure allows the drone to return immediately, and the horn again plays the theme, this time ending on an Ab, and the fortissimo chords return. The violins join in with high tremolos as the horns, oboe, and flute have counterpoint for a few measures. The brass and percussion return with fortissimo Ab chords, but the woodwinds continue relentlessly. Woodwinds slowly build on top of each other, alternating between Db and Ab chords until a ritardando and finally landing on a Db chord followed by a brass fanfare. A. The tempo picks up slightly as the first violins take over the theme and the key changes from Db to Gb (a perfect cadence from the previous Db chord). The other strings provide harmony as the oboes play a countermelody and the flutes and harp play an ostinato. The piece finally uses a clear chord structure: I-iii-IV-V. Note that the ostinato centers around the root for three measures despite the chord changes, creating dissonance, such as a Gb over a Bb minor chord. The first trumpet and horn play the melody over a forte brass choir. The chord structure is the same, although the bass line is simplified into descending whole notes in octaves. The violins play the ostinato from earlier this section. The brass die out as the rest of the strings come in, using the extra two beats in the 6/4 measure to modulate up a half step. B. The first violins, first flute, first oboe, and first clarinet carry a slightly modified version of the theme as the rest of the woodwinds and strings hold out chords (using the same chord structure as before). The snare drum provides a strict sense of rhythm as the piece nears the climax. The section repeats, but the brass come in almost instantly, again playing fortissimo chords (this time G chords). The brass choir from the A section returns, transposed to G, but all the winds quickly die out. The previous chord structure is abandoned in lieu of alternating between G and D. The strings take over and modulate from D to E, setting up a resolution to A and the final key change of the piece. C. The whole orchestra comes in again as the key moves up a whole step. This section is essentially a recap, with the ostinato (flutes, clarinet, glockenspiel, piano, harp), the original theme (bass clarinet, bassoons, trombones, tuba, cellos, basses), chords (first and second horns, trumpets, violins, violas), and even a new countermelody (oboe, third-sixth horns). The chords alternate between A and E. After four measures, all parts except the ostinato switch to whole notes, as a dramatic forte piano and perfect cadence close out the piece.