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Small Ensemble Sheet Music
for the Professional and Amateur Musician

Arrangements & Transcriptions for
Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet,
String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet.

By Kenneth W. Abeling



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Joyce’s 71st NewYork Regiment March by Thornton Barnes Boyer and arranged here for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet by Kenneth Abeling. This March honoring the 71st Regiment who participated in many of the major battles during the Civil War is still a part of the Marching Band and Concert Band literature performed by U.S. American Military Bands.

Zacatecas March or, La Marche De Zacatecas by Genaro Codina arranged here for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet by Kenneth Abeling.  Zacatecas March is a Mexican Patriotic Song, the anthem of the state of Zacatecas and considered to be the second national anthem of Mexico. This is an advanced intermediate arrangement and this delightful march and is suitable for general performance as well as Mexican ethnic and patriotic events. The Playing time can range from 1:48 to 4:30 depending on repeats, the D.C. and which of the two possible end points is chosen.

Ave Verum Corpus (Hail, true body) transcribed for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet with optional Organ by Kenneth Abeling. Ave Verum Corpus is considered to be one of the most beautiful classical compositions ever written and certainly one of Mozart’s most memorable. This is a rather easy arrangement, performable with the Organ (or not cues added) and suitable for various religious or sacred events including Weddings.

Ave Maria – Charles Gounod’s beautiful melody written atop Johann Sebastian Bach’s Prelude in C major from his Well-Tempered Clavier BWV 846 for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet. This version along with Franz Schubert’s work of the same title are arguably the most popular. This piece is suitable for a variety of religious settings along with Weddings and Funerals.

 Army of the Nile by Kenneth Alford, transcription for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet by Kenneth Abeling, is a British Style March. This is one of Alford’s most popular marches and is of an advanced intermediate to easier advanced level of difficulty.

Entry of the Gladiators or Entrance of the Gladiators Op. 68 by Julius Fucik, transcription for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet by Kenneth Abeling and also known as “Thunder and Blazes”.  Although its original intent was of a more serious nature, it has become perhaps the most recognizable “Circus March’ of all time. This is a more advanced march but can be played at normal march tempo as well as circus or “screamer” march.

 
The Thunderer transcribed here for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet and Woodwind Quintet, by Kenneth Abeling is another one of John Philip Sousa’s famous marches. This transcription is of intermediate level difficulty.

 
This is Colonel Bogey by Kenneth Alford transcribed here for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet by Kenneth Abeling, and featured in the 1957 Academy Award winning movie, The Bridge on the River Kwai. This is an intermediate level transcription for Clarinet Quartet and its originally whistled melody will be familiar to most who hear it!
Semper Fidelis transcribed here for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet by Kenneth Abeling, is another one of John Philip Sousa’s famous marches and The Official March of the United States Marine Corps. This transcription is of intermediate to advanced intermediate level difficulty.