St. Anthony Chorale by Brahms


The tune on which Brahms bases his famous set of variations, arranged for school ensembles and orchestras.


St. Anthony Chorale by Brahms (The tune on which Brahms bases his famous set of variations – although the tune itself was possibly written by Haydn)

This arrangement is suitable for school orchestras and 
ensembles. The arrangement allows for a great deal of flexibility in 
presentation and will sound complete with as few as four players yet the scoring allows for expansion up to a full symphonic orchestra, concert band or brass band

As with all music available from David Catherwood Music this arrangement has been well tried and tested in performance – In this case by the Campbell College Orchestra where this orchestra of around forty players use arrangements such as this regularly in Services and concerts in the college.

A full set contains a score and a set of parts (with permission 
to copy to suit your own requirements) for the following instruments:

Part 1 in C (Flute, Oboe 1, Violin 1)

Part 1 in Bb (Clarinet 1 in Bb, Trumpet 1 in Bb)

Part 2 in C (Oboe 2, Violin 2)

Part 2 in Bb (Clarinet 2 in Bb, Trumpet 2 in Bb)

Part 3 in C (Bassoon 1, Trombone)

Part 3 in Eb (Alto Saxophone, Eb Horn)

Part 3 in F (Horn in F)

Part 3 in alto clef (Viola)

Part 3 in Bb (Tenor Saxophone, Bb Trombone (treble clef)

Part 4 in C (Cello, Double Bass, Bassoon 2, Bass Trombone)

Part 4 in Eb (Baritone Saxophone, Eb Bass Tuba (treble clef)

Part 4 in Bb (Euphonium, Bb Bass Tuba (treble clef)




ARRANGERS: David Catherwood

INSTRUMENTS: Woodwind Quartet, Brass Quartet, String Quartet, Concert Band, Full Orchestra, String Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra
FORMAT: Score, Set of Parts

GENRES: Romantic Period, Classroom, European

LEVEL: Early, Intermediate


Preview Sheet Music

St Anthony Chorale by Brahms SAMPLE (With Watermark)