This classic King’s Brass composition combines the hymn Abide with Me and Pachelbel’s Canon. It features two contrapuntal solo trumpet lines and a beautiful chorale section.
This upbeat composition by Lisa Nelson was originally written for Tim Zimmerman and the King’s Brass. It works nicely with drum set.
This beautiful flowing composition was originally written for Tim Zimmerman and the King’s Brass.
This upbeat composition by Lisa Nelson was originally written for Tim Zimmerman and the King’s Brass.
This King’s Brass hymn composition contains a section that can be repeated to allow the congregation to sing along. The keyboard part may be played on either organ or piano.
This classic King’s Brass piccolo trumpet feature has been adapted for quintet without organ. It was originally scored for 7 brass and organ.
This opening fanfare to Monteverdi’s Vespers also appears as the Toccata from L’Orfeo. It is a showpiece for two Piccolo Trumpets. The 7-piece brass version was recorded by Tim Zimmerman and the King’s Brass on The Best of Brass & Organ and Christmas in Europe.
Originally for 25 brass players and timpani, this piece was written by Strauss as a ceremonial procession at the request of the Knights of the Order of St. John. It is arranged here for quintet and organ. The quintet may begin offstage for the opening fanfares.
Written for a wedding recessional, this arrangement is brief enough to make it playable at the end of a service but it sounds almost like the whole thing.
This is a lively arrangement of the favorite Christmas carol. It is filled with energy, bell tone pyramids, and even a phrase of tuba solo. It has been recorded by the Belmont Brass on Christmas ‘Round the Tree.
This is a setting of the hymn tune NUN DANKET. The Brass Ensemble version has been recorded by Tim Zimmerman and the King’s Brass on their Classic Hymns CD. It has also been recorded by the King’s Brass for broadcast on “The Joy of Music” television series with organist Diane Bish (program #2301).
This King’s Brass hymn composition is in a Baroque style and features the Piccolo Trumpet.
This simple and beautiful arrangement was originally written for choir by Bill Fasig, who worked with Billy Graham for over 30 years. It was arranged for brass in Bill’s memory and in thankfulness for his mentorship.
This piece opens with the brass and organ alternating phrases. It was originally for organ alone, but its pomp and splendor lend well to the addition of the brass.
This aria from the oratorio Elijah is a beautiful, lyrical melody. The text is from the Bible and says:
If with all your hearts ye truly seek Me
Ye shall ever surely find Me.
Thus saith our God.