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Manuel De Falla’s Seven Popular Spanish Songs is an unpretentious and charming work that has proven a favourite for generations of string players and singers. Taz Eddy’s new arrangement for brass quinet finally brings all of the fun and whimsy of Falla’s seven songs to the brass repetoire.
This arrangement has the quintet playing double duty as ensemble and soloist as the vocal line is passed between players. This is a fantastic addition to the quintet recital and gig repertoire and is as much fun to play as it is to listen too.
1st/Solo Trumpet in C
2nd Trumpet in C
Horn in F