Hey, I'm looking for an arrangement of the song "Shenandoah" for Brass Band that I can use with my band. However, I am looking for a specific arrangement that I played with my old youth band before I moved to Huddersfield. Problem is, I haven't got a clue who arranged it! So, to see if anyone has an idea, I'll try to describe how it goes : - Starts with octave basses before a 3-4 bar phrase by the whole band as an introduction. - This moves onto a horn solo that plays the "theme" (the original shenandoah song) while the 1st baritone and euphoniums do counter-melodies. The cornets take over the theme before the end of the "verse". - The next section is similar to the opening with the octave basses preceeding the rest of the band, which leads neatly to the second verse. - This verse is much grander than before, with sweeping euphonium lines as an accompaniment (a couple of ascending scalic lines may jog some euph players memories ). It's not a lot to go on, although any suggestions on any arrangements that you know of (whether it's the right one or not) would be gratefully received. Thanks.