King Henry VIII - Pastime With Good Company - Academic Brass Ensemble
Pastime with good company - by Henry VIII (1491 – 1547) - arranged for Academic Brass Ensemble by Mogens Andresen.
"Pastime with good company" is a short melody, written for 3 vocalist by the King of England - Henry VIII. In this arrangement, the music starts far away, almost so you can´t really recognize the tune, and it´s meant to visualize that the King´s court is coming closer and closer, before you feel like you are in the midst of the Royal Court. An epic arrangement in many ways - sounds excellent and is pretty straightforward to play for all parts.
Pastime played by Royal Danish Brass:
This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :
- Score (12 pages)
- Piccolo part in Bb
- Trumpet part in Eb
- Trumpet part in Bb
- 2 Cornet parts in Bb
- 2 Horn parts in F
- Alto Trombone part (alto clef)
- Tenor Trombone part (tenor clef)
- Bass Trombone part (bass clef)
- Euphoium part in treble clef Bb
- Tuba part
- 2 Percussion parts
Original score of Pastime with Good Company (c. 1513), held in the British Library, London.