Traditional - O Come, O Come, Emmanuel for 10-part Brass Ensemble & Percussion
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel is an Advent hymn translated from the original Latin - Veni, Veni, Emmanuel first published in the 12th Century. The words and the music developed in separate paths and were linked together in a 1851 publication by Thomas Helmore.
Jay Hilfiger's beautiful arrangement for 10-part Brass Ensemble and Percussion (Cymbals & Side Drum) is about 3 minutes in length and appropriate for intermediate to moderately advanced performers.
Instrumentation is for:
3 Trumpets in B-flat
2 Horns in F
Euphonium and Tuba
Cymbals and Side Drum
Listen to the digital audio sample track below to get a rough example of this work.Free pdf Sample