Auld Lang Syne- Sometimes refered to as “Old Hank’s Sign”- Trumpet Octet

Instrumentation- Trumpet Octet
Composer- arr.Chidester
Length- 2:30
Difficulty- M
Range – Low F# to B just above staff
Endurance- 2
Finger technique- 2
Counting ability- 2
Ensemble difficulty- 2

My Christmas arranging is finished for this year so why not start on the New Year. The parts are easy and the endurance is not a problem. Each player must be able to read their parts for each is independent from the others.

Listen to sample- Old Hank’s Sign

View first page of score- Old Hank’s Sign

Learn more about the Branson Trumpet Ensemble

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