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O Salutaris Hostia

Arranged for Brass Band by Phillip Littlemore

COMPOSER: Eriks Esenvalds
PUBLISHER: Edition Peters
PRODUCT TYPE: Set
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Brass Band
O Salutaris Hostia is one of Ēriks Ešenvalds’ most popular pieces. Originally written for female voices, the composer later created a version for full choir on which this arrangement is based. It has a gentle meditation with the two soloists drifting across the soft band accompaniment, alternately
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Subtitle Arranged for Brass Band by Phillip Littlemore
Composer Eriks Esenvalds
Arranger Phillip Littlemore
Publisher Edition Peters
Instrumentation Brass Band
Language ENG
Product Type Set
Instrument Group Brass Band
Year of Publication 2022
Genre Classical
ISMN 9790300762463
No. Pages 54
No. EP68779A
Release Date 4/26/2022
Description
O Salutaris Hostia is one of Ēriks Ešenvalds’ most popular pieces. Originally written for female voices, the composer later created a version for full choir on which this arrangement is based. It has a gentle meditation with the two soloists drifting across the soft band accompaniment, alternately echoing and imitating each other or joining together in thirds. The effect is quietly ecstatic, a brief moment of adoration and wonderment. This arrangement can be played with either two cornets or two euphoniums as soloists as the accompaniment works just as effectively with either. Brings contemporary choral repertoire by a leading international composer to the band world. Arrangement of Ēriks Ešenvalds' highly successful choral piece 'O Salutaris Hostia'. Arranged by brass band specialist Phillip Littlemore. Part of EP Brass Band SeriesMeditative, beautiful piece, highly attractive for audiences, and proven success as a choral work. Suitable for intermediate band at 2nd Section and above
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