Brass Band Arrangements for sale

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  1. jobriant

    jobriant Member

    Over the past 10-12 years, I've written several arrangements for The Pacific Brass Band of Salinas, CA USA. I'm making these arrangements available for other bands to purchase. Each arrangement includes a full score and all standard British Brass Band parts, as well as "bass clef, concert pitch" versions of the following parts:
    • Baritone 1
    • Baritone 2
    • Trombone 1
    • Trombone 2
    • Euphonium
    • Eb Bass
    • Bb Bass
    (In the USA, many players on these instruments learn in wind bands, where their parts are in Bass Clef, and thus they've have never learned to read Treble Clef.)

    Prices are in US Dollars, via PayPal only. Prompt delivery in PDF format, via email.

    Available Titles include:
    • The Star-Spangled Banner (U.S. National Anthem)
      John Stafford Smith, arr. Jim O'Briant
      Duration: 1:05
      $25.00
    • Shenandoah
      American Folk Melody, arr. Jim O'Briant
      Duration: 3:00
      $25.00
    • Electric Scherzo (March Electric) (1902)
      Giuseppe Creatore, arr. Jim O'Briant
      Duration: 2:30
      $25.00
    • Andante Serioso (originally for organ) (ca. 1915)
      Albert W. Ketelbey, arr. Jim O'Briant
      Duration: approx. 3:00
      $25.00
    • Fehrbelliner Reitermarsch (1875)
      Richard Henrion, arr. Jim O'Briant
      Duration: 2:30
      $25.00
    • American Soldier, March (known in jazz circles as "Bugle Boy March") (1907)
      Francis A. Myers, arr. Jim O'Briant
      Duration: 2:15
      $25.00
    • Le Pere la Victoire (Father of Victory), March (1888)
      Louis Ganne, arr. Jim O'Briant
      Duration: 3:50
      $25.00
    • American Navy March (1902)
      Giuseppe Creatore, arr. Jim O'Briant
      Duration: 3:55
      $40.00
    • The Teddy Bears' Picnic (1907)
      John W. Bratton, arr. Jim O'Briant
      Duration: 2:55
      $40.00
    • Sobre las Olas (Over the Waves), Waltz
      Juventino Rosas (1888), arr. William Rimmer (1900)
      Expanded & embellished arrangement by Jim O'Briant (2015)
      Duration: 7:10 with repeats or 5:20 without repeats
      $55.00
    To order: Email your order to [ jobriant@garlic.com ]. Make Payment via PayPal, payable to the same email address. I also welcome your questions, at the same address.

    Jim O'Briant
    Conductor / Staff Arranger
    The Pacific Brass Band
    Salinas, California, USA
    www.PacificBrassBand.org
     
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  3. GJG

    GJG Well-Known Member

    Is there any way to peruse any of these score? I'm sure I'm not alone in being unwilling to part with money for band music without being able to look at the scores first ...

    [Incidentally, I did click on the baysidepress link in your signature, wondering if there were scores available to peruse on there, but all I get is a webpage full of Japanese (?) script ... ? ]
     
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  4. jobriant

    jobriant Member

    In a word, yes. Please email me about those in which you'r interested. For some (but not all) of them, I can also provide YouTube links to live performances.

    -- Jim O'Briant
     
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  5. jobriant

    jobriant Member

    Oops! I see that I failed to answer your question. I owned and operated Bayside Music Press from about 1995 - 2005; then I turned most of my publications over to another publisher for distribution. I completely forgot that the link to it was still in my signature file here on TheMouthpiece.com -- I hadn't logged in here for several years. I've updated my signature file. (My rights to the Bayside Music Press domain name expired sometime between 2005 and 2010. I have no idea what you find if you go there.)

    Anyway, the arrangements listed above are available, and I can send audio files of some sort for most of them.

    -- Jim O'Briant
     

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