Publisher of Music for Brass
Cherry Classics Music was established as a publisher of fine music for Brass Instruments in 1999. Presently there are over 700 fine arrangements and original compositions for Brass Solo and Brass Ensembles in the catalog from some of the “best in the business”.
Our selections of arrangements for Brass instruments have been chosen to aspire to the highest quality. The music in the Cherry Classics catalog ranges in difficulty from intermediate to very advanced (professional).
Excellent service for our customers is of prime importance. We are always striving to be innovative. We strive to deliver our orders as efficiently time-wise and cost-wise as possible. Therefore, most of our catalog is now available for digital download allowing our customers immediate access to their music.
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Gordon Cherry had been running Cherry Classics for over 20 years. He is a leading professional Trombonist in North America, having performed as Principal Trombonist of the Vancouver Symphony, and the CBC Radio Orchestra. As well, Gordon has taught hundreds of Brass students for over 30 years at the University of British Columbia and many international leading music festivals.
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The "Adagio in G minor" for Trombone and String Quartet is a wonderful arrangement of the work attributed to Tomaso Albinoni (1671-1751). The piece is about seven minutes in length for advanced performers.
Below is a short article about the Adagio by the arranger, Sean F. Biehn. There is much controversy as to who wrote the Adagio for Strings in G minor and whether it was a stolen idea, or embellished from a piece of a manuscript. The piece is considered to be a fragment of Tomaso Albinoni's (1671-1751) original manuscript with a few measures of the melodic material and basso continuo.
During World War II, the Saxon State Library was destroyed during the bombings of Dresdon. Remo Giazotto, (1910-1998) a musicologist, and an Albinoni biographer evacuated most of the Sate Library documents. Giazotto took the fragment of manuscript and completed an original composition. In 1958, Giazotto finalized the piece under the title of "Adagio in G minor for Strings and Organ, on Two Thematic Ideas and on a Figured Bass by Tomaso Albinoni." Remo Giazotto never shared the manuscript and there has never been a record of the missing manuscript fragment.
This particular version of Adagio for Strings contains a string quartet accompanying a trombone soloist.Free pdf Sample