King William's March

Today's Brass Quintet

King William's March
Performed By Today's Brass Quintet
Album UPC 888174492445
CD Baby Track ID TR0000153119
Label Today's Brass Quintet
Released 1990-12-01
BPM 133
Rated 0
ISRC uscgh1480093
Year 1990
Spotify Plays 0
Writer Joseph Anthony Demarsh
Pub Co Public Domain
Writer Henry Purcell
Pub Co Public Domain
Composer Henry Purcell, Joseph Anthony Demarsh
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Public Domain
Rights Easy Clear: Public Domain
Original/Cover/Public Domain public domain
Country United States - Michigan


Sparkling baroque masterpieces and renaissance dances and madrigals impeccably played by this Michigan-based quintet. Includes well-known processionals and favorites such as Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, Sheep May Safely Graze and more!


Today's Brass Quintet has been entertaining audiences all over Michigan since 1983. Concerts feature music spanning five centuries and include styles from baroque and renaissance to jazz, ragtime, Christmas, and modern composers to please every listener. Interesting commentary by the players on the background of the music make for an enjoyable, relaxed concert experience.

"A Baroque and Renaissance Festival" is a collection of original arrangements of classics by composers including Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frederich Handel, Antonio Vivaldi, John Dowland, Thomas Morley, and others. There are sprightly voluntaries by Henry Purcell and Jeremiah Clarke, beautiful melodies like Bach's "Sheep May Safely Graze" and "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," dance music from the renaissance by Morley and madrigals from that period by Wilbye and Kirby.

The Journal of the International Trumpet Guild said: "Marked by an impressive cohesiveness, the sound of Today's Brass Quintet elicits a favorable comparison to that of the Philadelphia Brass Ensemble ... both dazzle the listener ... both stand as textbook examples of balance and blend."

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