Shostakovich's Second Waltz from Suite No.2

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  1. Hornted

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    Shostakovich's Second Waltz from Suite No.2

    Help please is anyone aware if the above has been arranged for Brass Band.


    Thanks


    Melanie
     
  2. PlayerPete

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    There are two arrangements that I know of. Our band has an arrangement by N Hall, but I've also played a different one.
     
  3. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

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    Klass van der Woude has done an arrangement available here at Just Music.
     
  4. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

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    His naam is "Klaas" ;)
     
  5. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

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    A wee spilling mistake! :rolleyes: (... and his arrangements are well thought-out as well as his conducting skills!)
     
  6. Nigel Hall

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    My arrangement is available from our website www.mmi-music.co.uk (Under Classical Arrangements/Transcriptions in the catalogue section)
     
  7. Tub Thumper

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    Alan Fernie has arranged it and it's published by Obrasso. We have played it quite a bit - quite straight forward and very effective. Goes down very well with at concerts, particularly with those who are fans of Classic FM!
     
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  8. Tub Thumper

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    Should add that it's listed as 'The Second Waltz' in the catalogue!

    http://www.justmusicuk.com/spweb/details.php?catno=JM41648
     
  9. timbloke

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    The one i played a couple of years back had taken the solo off the trombone part (as in te orchestral version) and put it elswhere in the band. I have very fond memories of one of my first solo bits in Youth Orchestra of playing a bit of a solo in the jazz suite, and I'm pretty sure it was in the second waltz.

    I also remember spending the opening 15mins of Eyes Wide Shut trying to work out why I knew the soundtrack, and then annoying the whole cinema by cheering with releif when I'd worked it out! :clap:
     
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