10 quintets from the pioneers of American music

Some of the finest moments of American music from the turn of the 19th to 20th century. From the Tin Pan Alley hit-makers, to the early Broadway musicals, via Joplin and Sousa. An exhilarating celebration of groundbreaking music. With ten instrumental transpositions to suit any ensemble.

What's inside?

Panamericana - (Victor Herbert) Indian Summer - (Victor Herbert) Summertime - (George Gershwin) Little Brown Jug - (Joseph Winner) Mikado March - (John Philip Sousa) Mosquitos - (Blair Fairchild) Parade of the Doodlebugs - (Fred Moreland) Weeping Willow - (Scott Joplin) To a Wild Rose - (Edward MacDowell) Give My Regards to Broadway - (George M. Cohan)

Instrument Parts

Trumpets: 1st and 2nd parts, in Bb and C
Horn in Eb and F
Baritone in B flat (transposition of Horn part)
Trombone in Bb treble and C bass clef
Tuba in C, plus Basses in Eb and Bb | PDF sheet music for brass players - HOME