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Horn Symphony

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Voicing/Format French Horn Quartet
Composer Kullak
Arranger G E Holmes
Publisher Rubank Inc
Series Ensemble
Catalog # 04475325

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Product Description

Horn Symphony Composed by Kullak. Arranged by G E Holmes. For French Horn Quartet. Published by Rubank Inc. (Catalog # 04475325, UPC: 073999753257)

The medium level quartets of Rubank's Symphony Series are specially adapted for each instrument and are excellent for contest or class ensemble work, and in fact, selections from all six editions appear on several state contest lists. Superb repertoire for developing players!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALBUM LEAF (SCHUMANN) HOLMES  
AUTUMN SONG HOLMES  
CHILD'S PRAYER HOLMES KULLAK  
CHORALE (BACH) HOLMES  
CRADLE SONG (HAUSER M) HOLMES  
ENTR'ACTE (ROSAMUNDE) HOLMES SCHUBERT,FRANZ  
HARK HARK THE LARK HOLMES SCHUBERT  
HEDGE ROSE HOLMES SCHUBERT,F.  
MOLDAU,THE HOLMES SMETANA,BEDRICH  
O LIGHT OF LIFE HOLMES BORTNIANSKY  
OAK AND THE ASH,THE HOLMES  
ON WINGS OF SONG HOLMES  
PILGRIM'S CHORUS (WAGNER) HOLMES  
REVERIE DU SOIR HOLMES SAINT-SAENS,CAMILLE  
SUNSET IN THE CITY (ENGLISH) HOLMES  
SYMPHONY NO1 HOLMES BRAHMS,J.  
THEME (DER MEISTERSINGER) HOLMES WAGNER  
VICAR OF BRAY HOLMES  

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