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  1. Die Zwei Blauen Augen
    $10.00

    From Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen by Gustav Mahler, arranged for 6 Horns by Marvin C. Howe.
    Another outstanding horn ensemble arrangement published by The Hornists' Nest

    Grade: 4

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  2. de Coelo Veniet by Jacobus Gallus
    $8.00

    Arranged for Horn Quartet or Horn Choir by Marvin C. Howe.

    Grade: 4

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  3. Cherubim Song No. 7 by Dimitri Bortniansky

    Starting at: $8.00

    Arranged for Horn Quartet or Horn Choir by Marvin C. Howe Learn More
  4. Campbell Fanfare for Horn Octet by Thomas Jöstlein

    Starting at: $15.00

    A heroic fanfare composed for the Western Illinois Horn Festival in honor of Douglas Campbell, April 30, 2006. St. Louis Symphony hornist Thomas Jöstlein conducts his original work for horn octet at the Korean Horn Society camp in August 2011. Over 90 terrific horn students and professionals played this piece, dedicated to the great horn teacher Ellen Campbell, wife of the work's dedicatee, Dr. Douglas Campbell. Dale Clevenger, conducting May 26, 2016 Learn More
  5. Callings for Four Horns

    Starting at: $10.00

    An attractive composition for Horn Quartet in two movements: I. Faith II. Valor Grade: 5 Learn More
  6. Andante for Horn Octet by Thomas Jöstlein.
    $15.00

    A touching, lyrical work in the romantic style composed for the Sixth Annual Western Illinois Horn Festival, October 22, 2006.

    Grade: 5

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  7. Andante Cantabile

    Starting at: $10.00

    Arranged for Horn Quartet by Marvin C. Howe. Grade: 5 Learn More
  8. Air on the G String by J.S. Bach, arranged for Horn Quartet by Kazimierz Machala
    $14.95

    Johann Sebastian Bach's beautiful AIR from Suite No. 3 BWV 1068 arranged here for Horn Quartet. Learn More
  9. Air from The Water Music for 2 Horns and Organ

    Starting at: $10.00

    Music for Two Horns and Organ by G.F. Handel, edited by Randall E. Faust. Grade: 4 Learn More
  10. Air from The Water Music Suite for Trumpet, Horn, and Organ

    Starting at: $10.00

    Music for Trumpet, Horn and Organ by G.F. Handel, edited by Randall E. Faust. Grade: 4 Learn More
  11. Aaron Brask's - Holiday Music for Horn Quartet or Choir arranged by Aaron Brask (2021)
    $15.00

    Based on Aaron Brask's creative musicianship and humor as displayed throughout his recording: Music for the Holiday Season, this collection of classic carols can be performed in, at least, two possible formats: 1. as a Horn Quartet, or 2.with Horn Ensembles of 5-6 players or Horn Choirs. A Horn Quartet can perform parts 1 through 4. Larger ensembles may also add the optional descant parts for Joy to the World and O Come All Ye Faithful. Throughout this edition, we have endeavored to capture the spirit and the nuances of Aaron’s recording. His unique style and phrasing is worthy of discussion by teachers and students, and his performance of the fourth parts is a real model of fine low register performance. We hope that you enjoy performing Aaron Brask’s arrangements in this set of Holiday Music for Horn.

    JOY TO THE WORLD INFANT HOLY, INFANT LOWLY GOOD CHRISTIAN MEN, REJOICE O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM O COME, ALL YE FAITHFUL Learn More
  12. a rainBow of orange above the Green-Rhapsodic Variations for Triple Horn Choir (2021)

    Starting at: $25.00

    This composition - a rainBow of orange above the Green - includes some joyful references to some of my past visits to the BGSU campus-as well as the many happy remembrances of four and a half decades of college teaching. This set of rhapsodic variations depicts a day in the life on a college or university campus starting from the colorful dawn-walking across the campus, hearing the fragments of music in the warm-up sessions in the music building, the classes-some informative and some pedantic, the inspiring moments of repose in the library and art gallery, the excitement of the band playing at an athletic event, and a concert where singers and instrumentalists all come together on stage to perform a final hymn of the school. Like many of my compositions, this work is a set of variations on a theme. Sometimes the theme is a hymn tune or a chorale. Sometimes it is set of variations on a more abstract cantus firmus. In this case, it is a theme found in the letters B, G, C, F, and A! The Three Horn Choirs consist of Choir I: Horn 1, 2, and 3; Choir II: horn 4, 5, and 6; and Choir III: Horn 7, 8, and 9. Within the Three Horn Choirs: 1, 4, and 7 are High Horn Parts; 2, 5, and 6 are middle Horn parts: and 3, 6, and 9 are the Low Horn Parts. As the conductor studies the score, one will see that this provides for many opportunities for antiphonal effects, solo passages for all ensemble members, and symphonic sonorities as one performs the composition. Grade: 5 Learn More
  13. A Fantasy on Melodies from the Old West for Horn Quartet or Horn Choir (2022)

    Starting at: $15.00

    Written for Dr. Jennifer Sholtis and the final concert of the 54th International Horn Symposium held at Texas A&M University - Kingsville, Texas in August of 2022, these old west melodies are On the Trail of the Buffalo-also known as Buffalo Skinners; The Streets of Laredo, Whoopee Ti Yi Yo, Git Along Little Dogies; and Home on the Range. These are all traditional songs that date from the 19th century history of cowboys in the Old West. The original sources of these songs are as varied, diverse, and large as the people and the prairies of The Old West. The stories and lyrics of these songs are found in the works of a number of authors-the earliest large collection is found in the book dating from 1910 by John Lomax: Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads (published by the MacMillan Company). This Fantasy may be performed by either a Horn Quartet or a Horn Choir. When performed by a Horn Choir, both of the divisi voices in Horn I Measures 107-127 should be played. Also, Horn Choir performances should divide the Fourth Horn parts between parts IVA and IVB. Horn Quartets should use parts I, II, III, and IVA. Learn More

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