Christ the Lord Is Risen Today; Alleluia (trumpet solo/duet/trio/quartet or three descants- with organ)

Instrumentation- Solo/Duet/Trio/Quartet or Melody and three Decants with Organ
Composer- Williams/arr.Chidester
Length- Depends on number of verses used
Difficulty- M
Range – M
Endurance- 2
Finger technique- 2
Counting ability- 2
Ensemble difficulty- 2

This is another in our series of Easter descants. I recorded all four parts on the first time through the hymn and only descant one with the organ on the second time to give you a better idea as to how the descants work with the organ.

This arrangement also includes the following possibilities-

1. Transposed hymn melody for trumpet solo.
2. Transposed parts for a trumpet duet/ trio and/or quartet.
3. Transposed melody for one trumpet and choice of three additional descants.

Start collecting these descant arrangements and be a hero to every organist you run into.

Listen to this sample- Christ the Lord Has Risen Today

View first page of score- Christ the Lord Is Risen Today; Alleluia-first page of score

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  • Bruce Chidester

    Thank you for your interest in our arrangements.

    I can have all of your requests in your mail box by this evening, if that would work for you.

    As soon as I have been notified of your order through Pay Pall, I will be sending them out to you.

    I will be working with a high school band this afternoon but will definitely have all of your request to you by this evening.

    Thank you for your support and I’m ready to start filling your order as soon as I am notified.

    Bruce Chidester
    Branson Trumpet Ensemble.

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